While laugh tracks aren't necessarily fashionable anymore, some of the funniest current TV shows still employ a laugh track that doesn't take away from the program. The best modern shows with laugh tracks come in many forms. Some funny TV shows with laugh tracks are on streaming services while other good comedies with a laugh track air on network television. Some shows claim that they exclusively use laughter from a live studio audience, but many suspect the aid of canned laughter.
What shows will you find on this top laugh track TV series list? Fuller House, which airs on Netflix, adds to the Tanner family fun with a laugh track in each episode. Other good recent shows that use a laugh track include The Ranch and Man with a Plan and Mom.
So, do you have a favorite comedy that uses a laugh track? Give the best sitcoms a thumbs up, and please add any good shows we may have missed.
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