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  • 1993 - People's Choice Awards - Favorite New TV Comedy Series - winner

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Martin Lawrence
Martin Payne
Tisha Campbell
Gina Waters
Tichina Arnold
Pam James

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Open House

1 Season
Open House is an American sitcom that aired on Fox from August 27, 1989 to July 21, 1990. The series is a spin-off of the Fox series Duet. Despite airing right after the Top 50 hit Married...with Children on Sundays, the series attracted low ratings, thus Fox canceled the show after 24 episodes.
1989 Comedy, Other

Brooklyn Nine-Nine

8 Seasons
A sitcom following the lives of an eclectic group of detectives in a New York precinct, including one slacker who is forced to shape up when he gets a new boss.
73   Metascore
2002 TV14 Comedy, Other

'Til Death

4 Seasons
Marital blitz, played for laughs by two middle-aged wedded warriors.
37   Metascore
2006 TV14 Comedy, Other

The Bernie Mac Show

5 Seasons
The curmudgeonly comedian and his wife take in his sister's three young children in this Peabody Award-winning series. Mac's breakthrough was his appearance in Spike Lee's 'The Original Kings of Comedy', in which he wowed audiences with his cutting humor.
2001 TVPG Comedy, Other

American Dad!

18 Seasons
Cartoon antics from Seth MacFarlane ("Family Guy") about a gung-ho CIA agent (voice of MacFarlane), and his suburban family, which includes a hippie teen daughter. The zany supporting cast includes a randy pet goldfish who was once an East German spy and an extraterrestrial. "Dad" debuted after the 2005 Super Bowl.
43   Metascore
2005 TV14 Comedy, Other

The New Addams Family

2 Seasons
A creepy 1990s revival of the '60s hit about Morticia, Gomez and their ghoulish brood. This version came on the heels of two successful theatrical features earlier in the decade.
1998 TVG Comedy, Other

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