31 best comedy shows on Netflix (December 2021)

Schitt's Creek -- "Meet the Parents" -- Image Number: SCH511_0119.jpg -- Pictured (L-R): Annie Murphy as Alexis Rose, Eugene Levy as Johnny Rose, Catherine OHara as Moira Rose and Daniel Levy as David Rose -- Photo: 2020 Pop Media Group LLC.
Schitt's Creek -- "Meet the Parents" -- Image Number: SCH511_0119.jpg -- Pictured (L-R): Annie Murphy as Alexis Rose, Eugene Levy as Johnny Rose, Catherine OHara as Moira Rose and Daniel Levy as David Rose -- Photo: 2020 Pop Media Group LLC. /
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Moesha - Funny shows on Netflix
378599 01: UPN”s popular half-hour comedy series “Moesha” stars the Grammy Award-winning singer/superstar actress Brandy as Moesha Mitchell, a vivacious teenage girl trying to figure out her place in life. “Moesha” airs Mondays from 8:00-8:30 p.m. ET/PT on UPN. (Photo by Matthew Rolston/UPN/Delivered by Online USA) /

Moesha

Seasons: 6

Created By: Ralph Farquhar, Sara V. Finney and Vida Spears

Starring: Brandy Norwood, Willian Allen Young, Countess Vaughn, Marcus T. Paulk, Lamont Bentley, Yvette Wilson, Sheryl Lee Ralph, Shar Jackson, Fredro Starr, Ray J

How many times in your life do you get the chance to relive a show from your childhood you more than likely completely forgot all about? Okay, probably a lot these days. (Thanks especially to Disney Plus’s extensive library but also the entire streaming age.) Netflix currently offers up a nostalgic silver platter of absolute blasts from the past, including ’90s darling Moesha.

R&B hitmaker Brandy Norwood stars in the title role of Moesha as the titular teenager with strong opinions and even stronger ambitions. The series followed Moesha through every up and down of adolescence, from her first car to her first love and everything in between. Moesha spawned the spin-off The Parkers, which is also available to stream on Netflix.

Moesha, and a number of other popular Black sitcoms of the ’90s, have become available to stream anywhere for the first time on Netflix, and that’s not something to take for granted. Like any other sitcom, some of the storylines don’t stand the test of time, but Moesha still delivers the one-liners and ’90s nostalgia that makes for a worthy binge-watch.