The 2010s was an amazing decade for binge-worthy drama, but in the 2000s the American sitcom reigned supreme. Here is a list of the iconic series from then that we still love now.
My Name Is Earl
The characters in My Name is Earl are golden, but it’s the concept behind the show that makes it stand out. Earl makes a list of all the people he has wronged and attempts to fix things with them all to restore his good karma.
Scrubs is a show about what goes on in the background at a hospital. It is occasionally poignant, occasionally sad, but mostly hilarious.
How I Met Your Mother
This is a show so entertaining that we waited ten whole seasons to find out how he met their mother. And we didn’t even mind when she only appeared in a handful of episodes.
Friends kicked off in the 90s and wrapped up in 2004. Up until the very end, we were hooked on each character’s storyline and were rooting for them all.
The American remake of The Office is one of the few occasions where the remake is better than the original. It’s a show that can be watched and rewatched over and over again.
It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia
It’s Always Sunny… is officially the longest-running sitcom. It kicked off in 2005 and it has been going strong since.