Some of the funniest people -- including Barney Stinson, Stewie Griffin, Liz Lemon, and Leslie Knope -- are on Hulu right now. Watch their shows for the first time, or 20th, right now.
'How I Met Your Mother' (2005 - 2014)
Sure, this sitcom ended on a strangely tragic (and disappointing) note, but you can always dive back into the hilarious nine seasons that led up to the finale.
'Frasier' (1993 - 2004)
One of the wittiest, most well-written sitcoms of all time. And one that wasn't afraid to poke fun at its often stuffy lead character.
'30 Rock' (2006 - 2013)
We knew that Alec Baldwin, Tina Fey, and Tracy Morgan were funny people. And we knew from "Mean Girls" that Fey could write like hell. But this first season came together so perfectly, it won a Best Comedy Emmy on its very first try, with ten nominations total. Not too shabby.
'Seinfeld' (1989 - 1998)
For a show about "nothing," Jerry and crew gave us so much including '"low-talker" and "sponge-worthy." Bad day? Elaine "dancing" or Jerry in the infamous puffy shirt will make things right.
'Scrubs' (2001 - 2010)
Most medical shows are so damn serious. So "Scrubs" was a breath of hilarious fresh air. In fact, we could use a dose right about now.
'Futurama' (1999 - 2003)
This hilarious Matt Groening series never got the appreciation it deserved. It got shuffled around, killed off, revived and finally canceled for good. Now -- Good news, everybody! -- all ten seasons are available to stream.
'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' (2013 - Present)
Yes! We were all so relieved when NBC picked up this hilarious squad after it was canceled by Fox. As good an occasion to binge as any!
'Drunk History' (2013 - Present)
'Atlanta' (2016 - Present)
The surreal brainchild of multi-talent Donald Glover has pretty much won all the awards, and for good reason. Perfect time to binge this show is right now.
'Key and Peele' (2012- 2015)
We're going to miss all the crazy sketches these guys did, but they both decided it was time to move on and pulled the plug on their own show. At least we'll always have the valet guys.
'South Park' (1997 -Present)
Celebrating more than 20 years(!) of Kenny killings, Mr. Hankey, and chocolate salty balls.
'Family Guy' (1999 - Present)
The Griffins have been wildly inappropriate for -- "Say whaaaaat?"-- nearly 20 years now.
'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia' (2005 - Present)
This FX staple doesn't get the kind of critical respect and awards glory of some of those other shows, but still, it's a funny, funny show.
'Parks and Recreation' (2009 - 2015)
Want to live life the Ron Swanson way? Avoid women named Tammy, eat only breakfast food, and never, ever shave off your mustache.
'Modern Family' (2009 - Present)
This fractured, funny clan might not rope in all the awards it used to, but of course they still make us laugh.
'Community' (2009 - 2015)
"Community" could be hit and miss, but it yielded some of the funniest episodes we've ever seen. Remember "Evil Troy and Evil Abed" from "the darkest timeline"?
'Golden Girls' (1985–1992)
Because we can't ever get enough of hot and bothered Blanche.
'Archer' (2009 - Present)
Archer is probably the worst spy ever in this hilarious, very NSFW animated series that sends up every spy cliché in hilarious fashion. Jury's still out on latter seasons hitting the reset switch on the premise with varying results.
'Rick and Morty' (2013 - Present)
What began life as a "Back to the Future" parody became one of the oddest, most nihilistic, and best-loved cartoons of all time, full of lessons like "Don't jump a gift shark in the mouth. "
'Broad City' (2014 - Present)
This hilarious sitcom about two women trying to "make it" in New York is often called "the best show you're not watching." So watch it already!