While this may be hyperbolic, Rob and Work It do symbolize how far the sitcom format has fallen, at any rate.
So Anna, you sign on to do a big, splashy, Chuck Lorre sitcom—and then you spend the first five minutes in tears.
As the sitcom returns with a ‘repilot,’ Gillian Jacobs says to expect the funniest episodes yet from the gang from Greendale.
How many times can you watch a sitcom featuring a family sitting in the living room insulting each other?
Community has always been a sitcom about sitcoms, and thus it seems natural for it to tackle the subject of endings.
Remember that '80s sitcom convention where the young rich sitcom darling would suddenly be confronted with a long-lost relative?
A complete set of all seven seasons of the sitcom was released on DVD on Tuesday.
Rogien lives in Brooklyn and did the noir-inspired wardrobes for another show set in her borough, the HBO sitcom Bored to Death.
A sitcom conceived by, written by, and starring her understandably ignited an inferno of buzz.
They were looking at one another like a couple of googly-eyed kids at the end of a date in a sitcom.
1964, from the first elements of situation comedy, a phrase attested from 1953 of television shows, 1943 of radio programs; see situation.
Even Bing Crosby has succumbed to series TV and will appear in a sitcom as an electrical engineer who happens to break into song once a week. ["Life," Sept. 18, 1964]
A situation comedy series on television: the new family of sitcoms (1964+)