If you love great teen comedies, Superbad is way up there on any list of the best. And, if you’re wondering what to watch after Superbad, this list is going to prove helpful. It includes some hilarious comedy shows and movies to keep you laughing - long after the credits have rolled.
Many of the TV shows and movies like Superbad listed here are teen comedies – and, like Superbad, they’re often raunchy. Among them: American Pie, Easy A, Sex Drive, 21 Jump Street, and one of the earliest teen raunch romps: Porky’s. They’re filled with plenty of sex and copious amounts of booze – and partying, of course. If Superbad still seems a cut above these films, it may be because of its authenticity: Childhood friends Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg actually began writing the script for the film in their early teens.
Superbad fans, what say you? Are these Superbad recommendations spot on? Be sure to vote for your top favorite similar Superbad shows, and vote down any you don’t think belong. You can also add any TV shows or movies like Superbad that are missing, or rerank this list in any order you like.
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