Need to chase away the blues? Queue up some of your favorite comedies, from "Parks and Rec" to "That '70s Show."
'Friends' (1994 - 2004)
'Frasier' (1993 - 2004)
This pitch-perfect comedy (which lasted just as long as its origin show, "Cheers"), held the record for most Emmy wins until "Game of Thrones" surpassed it.
'The Office' (2005 - 2013)
Me miss those crazy kids at Dunder-Mifflin. Happily, we can revisit all the cringe-worthy antics, including Diversity Day, the Christmas Party oven mitt incident, and Dwight and Jim's endless prank war.
'Jane the Virgin' (2014 - Present)
Gina Rodriguez leads this winning cast with a great premise -- virgin accidentally gets knocked up in medical error! -- and a healthy dose of telenovela hilarity.
'That '70s Show' (1998 - 2006)
Now you can be nostalgic for the '70s and the '90s at the same time! And relive every dumb Kelso move, every basement smoke session, and every Red putdown.
'Cheers' (1982 - 1993)
"Must See TV" pretty much began with this hit series about the colorful (and argumentative) characters who frequented a Boston bar. It racked up 28 Emmy wins (out of 117 nominations!) and launched the just-as-funny spinoff, "Frasier."
'Parks and Recreation' (2009 - 2015)
Get past the first so-so season and you'll soon see why all your friends rave about this Amy Poehler-led sitcom. Ron Swanson and bacon forever.
'Fawlty Towers' (1975 - 1979)
"Monty Python" alum John Cleese is at his manic best in this British sitcom about a hotel keeper who's even more inept than his staff. Priceless Brit TV.
'Shameless' (2011 - Present)
WIlliam H. Macy leads the extremely dysfunctional Gallagher clan in this riotous comedy based on the British show of the same name.
'The IT Crowd' (2006 - 2010)
Techie geeks clash with boring management types in this cracking British sitcom that starred Chris O'Dowd and Richard Ayoade. It aired in the US on IFC, but an American remake has yet to happen (minus NBC's unaired attempt from 2014). That's probably a good thing that it didn't air.
'New Girl' (2011 - 2018)
If you loved Zooey Deschanel in "Elf" and "500 Days of Summer," well, here she is in her very own "adorkable" sitcom (which just signed off this year.)
'Arrested Development' (2003 - 2006, 2013)
The Bluths may have gone from riches to rags, but that didn't stop them from trying to keep up with the Hiltons at every turn. Proof how eccentric this clan is: Funny guy Jason Bateman is the show's straight man.
'Gilmore Girls' (2000 - 2007)
When isn't it a good time to rewatch this show? Whether you want to relive a classic Lorelei and Rory moment or catch Melissa McCarthy before she became Emmy-winning, Oscar-nominated Melissa McCarthy, queuing up the Gilmores is always a good idea.
'Fuller House' (2016 - Present)
Not every Netflix binge has to be "Black Mirror" or "Stranger Things." Sometimes you just want escapist fun with some of your favorite TV characters.