The Middle showcases a quirky family of misfits in the Midwest who learns the lessons of life and family within each episode. It's a heartwarming comedy that's sure to keep you entertained without requiring your direct focus. Need a feel-good show? The Middle's got you covered.
Jane the Virgin
This far-fetched telenovela Jane the Virgin focuses on the strong and loyal matriarchy of the Villanueva family and will certainly crack you up with the subtle humor of Gina Rodriguez's acting. Are you team Michael or Rafael? You'll need to watch until the end to find out for sure.
Rebecca Bunch's crazy storyline is what drives the plot in Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, alongside the need for knowledge, whether or not she ends up with Josh Chan and how she copes with her mental illness. The musical numbers and witty commentary on current affairs stay strong throughout the seasons and never fails to make us laugh.
Parks and Recreation
It's widely known that the first season is the worst, so it's amazing people stayed loyal. So any advice to someone starting would be to get through the first season, and you're set. The show truly advances in the right direction, so stick with it!
How I Met Your Mother
This sitcom thought to have been a copy of Friends, is by far better than Friends. How I Met Your Mother's varied characters who somehow work well together make us nostalgic for a tight-knit friend group such as this. Its reoccurring references allow viewers to feel attached and a part of the group through each of its nine seasons.
Please Like Me
An Australian original, Please Like Me offers a new lens on growing up LGBT in Australia. It's an honest story of the challenges of coming out and handling the death of a parent while incorporating humor here and there because sometimes all you can do is laugh at the curveballs life throws at you.