The Funniest Netflix Original Movies Of 2022

The best 2022 Netflix Original comedies come in all shapes and sizes. There are romantic comedies like The Royal Treatment where a hairdresser from Brooklyn books the job her dreams, a royal wedding, but she might end up getting more than she ever could have imagined. Kevin James steps into the spotlight in another Netflix Original comedy with Home Team where he plays the role of Sean Payton. If you're looking for a 2022 Netflix Original comedy with a bit more edge, don't miss out on The House. With so many great animal movies coming out this year it will be hard to determine the top animal movie of 2022. That's where you can help.

Vote up your favorite 2022 Netflix Original comedy movies, vote down any that you think other fans should skip. Also be sure to check back throuhout the year for new and upcoming funny Netflix Original movies as they are released and added to the list.


  • The Adam Project
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    You'll get an unexpected tug at the heart strings in this sci-fi action film. Shawn Levy teams up once again with Ryan Reynolds in a hilarious and explosion packed adventure flick. Don't skip this one if, especially if you have a Netflix subscription.

    After accidentally crash-landing in 2022, time-traveling fighter pilot Adam Reed teams up with his 12-year-old self for a mission to save the future.
    • Actors: Ryan Reynolds, Mark Ruffalo, Jennifer Garner, Walker Scobell, Zoe Saldana
    • Directed by: Shawn Levy

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  • Day Shift
    Video: YouTube
    A hardworking dad out to provide for his daughter uses a boring pool-cleaning job as a front for his real gig: hunting and killing vampires.
    • Actors: Jamie Foxx, Dave Franco, Natasha Liu Bordizzo, Peter Stormare, Snoop Dogg
    • Directed by: J.J. Perry

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  • Senior Year
    Video: YouTube

    Starting over is hard to do, but going back to high school when you're pushing 40 is nearly impossible. Rebel Wilson serves up the laughs in this Netflix comedy about a woman putting her life back together after a 20 year coma.

    A high-school cheerleader falls into a coma before her prom. Twenty years later, she awakens and wants to return to high school to reclaim her status and become prom queen.
    • Actors: Rebel Wilson, Zoe Chao, Sam Richardson, Mary Holland, Justin Hartley
    • Directed by: Alex Hardcastle
  • Tyler Perry's A Madea Homecoming
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    Tyler Perry is back as the titular character Madea after originally deciding to retire her in A Madea Family Funeral. This time the whole family is invited to her great-granson's graduation and like in other films, buried family secrets are potentially bubbling up to the surface. The film also serves as a crossover between Madea's franchise as Mrs. Brown's Boys.

    Madea's back, and she's not putting up with any nonsense as family drama erupts at her great-grandson's college graduation celebration.
    • Actors: Tyler Perry, Cassi Davis, Brandon Black, Gabrielle Dennis, Brendan O'Carroll
    • Directed by: Tyler Perry

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  • Love and Leashes
    Video: YouTube

    This South Korean romcom has two co-workers learning a lot about one another as they consensually test the boundries of pleasure and pain.

    Love never hurt so good for two co-workers who enter a contractual relationship as partners in consensual play, pleasure and pain.
    • Actors: Seo-hyun, Lee Jun-young, Lee El, Seo Hyeon-woo, Kim Hanna
    • Directed by: Park Hyeonjin
  • The House
    Video: YouTube

    The House is a great film for animation fans who want something besides the usual child-focused fare. Get ready for a dark comedy that is expertly executed.

    The House is a 2022 stop-motion adult animated dark comedy anthology film directed by Emma de Swaef & Marc James Roels, Niki Lindroth von Bahr, and Paloma Baeza. The film tells three different stories surrounding the same house spanning different time periods and characters.
    • Actors: Mia Goth, Claudie Blakley, Matthew Goode
    • Directed by: Emma de Swaef & Marc James Roels, Niki Lindroth von Bahr, Paloma Baeza