These are the best current British sitcoms, ranked from best to worst by user votes. Some top current British comedy shows are full of hilariously silly comedy, while others focus more on politically incorrect humor. A few of the funniest current British sitcoms are also big hits with American fans and across the globe.
What programs will you find on this best current British sitcoms list? While also appearing in American sitcoms, English actor and comedian Matt Berry returned to British television with his current series, Year of the Rabbit. The comedy soap-opera The Windsors re-imagines the British Royal Family in a sitcom situation and Toast of London is another good comedy show currently airing on British television.
Other great shows that appear on this top current British sitcoms list include Intelligence, Upstart Crow, and Plebs.
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Not Going Out is a British television sitcom that has aired on BBC One since 2006 starring Lee Mack, Tim Vine, and Sally Bretton. Recurring roles throughout the series have been portrayed by Miranda Hart, Katy Wix, Megan Dodds, Simon Dutton, Bobby Ball, Hugh Dennis, and Abigail Cruttenden. Mack and Andrew Collins were the initial writers for the show, with Paul Kerensa, Simon Evans and Daniel Peak joining the writing staff in later series. The show was originally cancelled by the BBC in 2009, whilst the third series was still airing - but the decision was later reversed due to a combination of strong DVD sales, and an online petition leading to the show receiving a renewal for a fourth ...more on Wikipedia
Actors: Miranda Hart, Lee Mack, Megan Dodds, Tim Vine, Sally Bretton, + more
Genres (Tv): Sitcom, Comedy
Toast of London (Channel 4, 2013) is a British comedy series created by Arthur Mathews and Matt Berry. The series follows Steven Toast (Matt Berry), an eccentric middle-aged actor with a chequered past who spends more time dealing with his problems off stage than performing on it. ...more on Wikipedia
Actors: Matt Berry, Robert Bathurst, Doon Mackichan
Friday Night Dinner is a British television sitcom written by Robert Popper and starring Tamsin Greig, Paul Ritter, Simon Bird, Tom Rosenthal and Mark Heap. The comedy is focused on the regular dinner experience of a British Jewish family on each Friday night. The first series originally aired from February 2011 on Channel 4. ...more on Wikipedia
Actors: Tamsin Greig, Mark Heap, Paul Ritter, Simon Bird
Genres (Tv): Sitcom, Comedy
Lovesick (Channel 4, 2014) is a British sitcom created by Tom Edge. After finding out he has an STD, Dylan (Johnny Flynn), with the help of his best friends Luke (Daniel Ings) and Evie (Antonia Thomas), must get back in touch with every girl he has ever had sex with to let them know the bad news. ...more on Wikipedia
Actors: Johnny Flynn, Antonia Thomas, Daniel Ings, Joshua McGuire, Hannah Britland, + more
Genres (Tv): Comedy