All of us require a laugh often. Theres a reason that comedies are constantly in syndication and topping streaming metrics — everybody likes to sit back, have some laughs and socialize with their preferred comical actors for a while.

Excellent news for those of you searching for some humor: Prime Video has a few of the all-time best funny series of perpetuity, from classics to the most recent vital hits, satires, comedies, sketches, and whatever in between. Their library consists of whatever from bonafide all-timers like Scrubs and Neighborhood, to Prime Videos best streaming originals like awards beloveds Splendid Mrs. Maisel and Fleabag, and practically whatever you require for a simple laugh as needed.

Have A Look At the best funny series and television shows on Prime Video today in the list listed below.

Editors note: This post was upgraded Might 2022 to consist of Mozart in the Jungle, The Boys, Ugly Betty, and Nathan for You.

Upload (2020-present)

Developed by: Greg Daniels

Cast: Robbie Amell, Andy Allo, Allegra Edwards, Zainab Johnson, Kevin Bigley

In a future where death simply implies publishing to the cloud, Upload blends love and funny with this series from Greg Daniels, who not just assisted develop hits like Parks and Leisure and King of the Hill, however likewise established The Office. In the vein of his other shows, Upload is packed with humor. From the comical twist on an almost-dystopic future to the laugh aloud physical funny moments that innovation brings, the series has everything. Led by Robbie Amell, who has remarkably great comical timing, his the series has heart too. The blossoming love in between Amells Nathan and Andy Allos Nora is loaded with chemistry and appeal. Whether its the talking pet therapists or the remarkably philosophical moments, Upload has something for everybody. — Therese Lacson


Mozart in the Jungle (2014-2018)

Developed by: Roman Coppola, Jason Schwartzman, Alex Timbers, Paul Weitz

Cast: Lola Kirke, Gael García Bernal, Bernadette Peters, MAlcolm McDowell, Saffron Burrows, Hannah Dunne

Long prior to Prime Video had The Splendid Mrs. Maisel, they had another Emmy and Golden Globe-winning funny series in Mozart in the Jungle, narrating the mayhem of being an expert artist in a ruthless world. The series follows aiming oboist (and later on conductor) Hailey Rutledge, played by artist and starlet Lola Kirke, after a devastating gig auditioning for the New york city Symphony. She handles to leave total humiliation, nevertheless, landing a position as the assistant to the symphony’s brand-new conductor, the hip Rodrigo De Souza (Gael García Bernal), who ends up being more of a handful (and more interesting) than she ever might have envisioned. Based upon the narrative of the very same name by real-life oboist Blair Tindall, the series is as disorderly as it is heartfelt and romantic, including Bernadette Peters, Saffron Burrows, and Malcolm McDowell as different members of the symphony attempting to keep Rodrigo (and by extension, Hailey) in check. Each is distinctively unstable and captivating, and with 4 seasons’ worth of episodes clocking in at half an hour each, the series is a simple and enjoyable binge, originating the very same sort of positivity and heat as Apple television’s Ted Lasso. While the series was unjustly canceled after its 4th season, leaving some threads hanging, it’s still an excellent option for anybody searching for a comical and captivating break among the leagues of significant stress presently airing on streaming. – Maggie Boccella

The Young Boys (2019-present)

Developed by: Eric Kripke

Cast: Karl Urban, Jack Quaid, Antony Starr, Erin Moriarty, Dominique McElligott, Jessie T. Usher, Laz Alonso, Chace Crawford, Tomer Capon, Karen Fukuhara, Nathan Mitchell, Elisabeth Shue, Colby Minifie and Aya Money

The adjustment of the comics series of the very same name, The Young Boys has plenty of violence, nudity, and funny while likewise doing an excellent task at developing real-life commentary on todays world through a superhero program. The program follows the eponymous group of vigilantes as they fight superpowered people who abuse their capabilities. Through 2 seasons, the program has actually showcased that it comprehends how to utilize the property to its benefit and develop a nuanced story that keeps you on your feet from start to end up. With some outstanding casting, specifically Anthony Starr, who remarkably plays Homelander, the program stabilizes the wide range of elements that it has and develops a program that is nearly difficult to disregard. – Arianne Binette

Ugly Betty (2006-2010)

Established by: Silvio Horta

Cast: America Ferrera, Eric Mabius, Alan Dale, Tony Plana, Ana Ortiz, Ashley Jensen, Becki Newton, Mark Indelicato, Vanessa Williams

If you’re a fan of fish-out-of-water stories like The Devil Uses Prada and 13 Going on 30, you’re sure to like Ugly Betty, which fixates the style-challenged Betty Suarez as she operates at a prominent style publication. Anchored by an outstanding efficiency by America Ferrera, Ugly Betty is similarly smart as it is captivating. It’ll make your stomach hurt from laughter and heart warm from the feelings it stimulates. – Taylor Gates

Nathan for You (2013-2017)

Developed by: Nathan Fielder, Michael Koman

Nathan for You differs from anything else on tv. A docu-reality series starring the unparalleled Nathan Fielder, the program follows him playing a dramatized variation of himself as he “helps” a range of people and services with some strange and hysterical recommendations. Absurdism and deadpan shipment reign supreme here as truth and fiction blur to develop among the most ingenious and humorous funny programs of perpetuity. – Taylor Gates

Psych (2006-2014)

Developed By: Steve Franks

Cast: James Roday Rodriguez, Dulé Hill, Timothy Omundson, Corbin Bernsen, Maggie Lawson, and Kirsten Nelson

Psych is more than simply your ordinary procedural pal funny. This 8 season series follows “psychic detective” Shawn Spencer (James Roday Rodriguez) as he resolves criminal activities around Santa Barbara. In spite of his daddy’s best efforts, Shawn has no desire to take his life too seriously. He bounces from task to task, just to land a gig as a psychic expert for the Santa Barbara authorities department after resolving a prominent criminal activity. The catch? Shawn isn’t truly psychic. He’s simply extremely watchful thanks to his papa Henry (Corbin Bernsen) teaching him investigator abilities from a really young age. With the aid of his youth buddy Burton “Gus” Guster (Dulé Hill), Shawn forms his own consulting company, Psych, to keep the ploy and generate income while doing so.

Psych preserves a genuinely disorderly comical energy through Shawn and Gus without jeopardizing the stakes of the cases they’re attempting to resolve. Some episodes see Shawn and Gus going undercover on a bachelor-style truth program to examine a murder, while others see them finding a serial killer through a twisted scavenger hunt. The existence of investigators Carlton Lassiter (Timothy Omundson) and Juliet O’Hara (Maggie Lawson) likewise keep the series grounded among the catchphrases, running gags, and basic shenanigans that Shawn and Gus give the table. It can be tough to think sometimes that these major investigators really think that Shawn is a psychic, however the appeal of this program depends on suspending shock and simply delighting in the flight. — Brynna Arens

Neighborhood (2009-2015)

Developed by: Dan Harmon

Cast: Joel McHale, Gillian Jacobs, Donald Glover, Alison Brie, Danny Pudi, Chevy Chase

Neighborhood is a tv series that defies meaning as much as it defies category. The meta-comedy follows a Spanish study hall who ends up being a not likely discovered household at a neighborhood college. However real studying rapidly falls by the wayside as the group gets drawn into the crazy vortex of outrageous events and goofy hijinks that is Greendale. Whether it’s a paintball video game, a pillowfort, a glee club competitors, or a real zombie break out, the adventures of Jeff Winger (Joel McHale) and his pals tend to intensify rapidly into school-wide insanity. We’re still waiting on a movie, however there are 6 seasons of goodness waiting on you to dive into today. — Mary Kate Carr

Scrubs (2001-2010)

Developed by: Expense Lawrence

Cast: Zach Braff, Donald Faison, Sarah Chalke, Judy Reyes, John C. McGinley, Ken Jenkins, Neil Flynn

In Spite Of how zany a comedy Scrubs is, it’s typically been declared as one of the most practical medical shows ever. While J.D.’s (Zach Braff) amusing character and humorous creativity bring a lot of laughs, the series likewise shows how tiring, heartbreaking, and challenging it can be to operate at a health center. Still, although the program understands how to perform a tear-jerking minute, those are far exceeded by the humor of daily life at Spiritual Heart healthcare facility. From his bromance with Turk (Donald Faison), to his will-they-won’t-they relationship with Elliot (Sarah Chalke), to his tense mentorship with Dr. Cox (John C. McGinley), J.D.’s relationships with his wacky colleagues is by far the emphasize of Scrubs. — Mary Kate Carr

How I Met Your Mom (2005-2014)

Developed by: Carter Bay and Craig Thomas

Cast: Josh Radnor, Jason Segel, Cobie Smulders, Neil Patrick Harris, Alyson Hannigan

Prior To Sophie and How I Met Your Daddy, there was Ted Mosby (Josh Radnor) and his mission to discover love. Supported by his settled-down best pals from college Marshall (Jason Segel) and Lily (Alyson Hannigan), his single playboy buddy Barney (Neil Patrick Harris), and his erstwhile ex Robin (Cobie Smulders), contemporary Ted has a series of rollercoaster romantic adventures, told by his older self to his future kids. Come for among tv’s best rom-coms, and remain for the flawless buddy group dynamic. With great deals of within jokes, cherished running gags, and twisty non-linear storytelling techniques, How I Met Your Mom will have you engaged and falling in love right approximately the notorious ending – among the most questionable in comedy history. — Mary Kate Carr

Fleabag (2016-2019)

Developed By: Phoebe Waller-Bridge

Cast: Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Sian Clifford, Olivia Colman, Expense Patterson, Brett Gelman

Playwright Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s remarkable half-hour series Fleabag is a raw, truthful, and typically uproarious picture of a young single female’s life in London that in some way handles to prevent all of the category’s tropes and mistakes. Waller-Bridge stars at the title character, telling her life and providing understanding looks to the cam, utilizing it to make us confidants and partners in criminal activity, along with to advise our presumptions, or to validate how unreasonable a circumstance is. And while the pleasant and relatable Fleabag likes explaining other’s faults, she’s not constantly simple on herself, either. Coping contemporary dating (where there’s a lot of humor to be discovered), she’s likewise haunted, significantly over the very first season’s 6 episodes, by the current and unanticipated death of her best buddy. It’s a dark river flowing through the season that, as in reality, floods over in unanticipated moments.

Fleabag is captivating and freely confessional about sex, sorrow, solitude, and monetary disappointments, and Waller-Bridge does an extraordinary task of making audiences seem like we’re right there with her through each embarrassment and dark awareness, although it’s masked with an exceptionally smart, dry-witted humor. Fleabag is never ever too dark, though (its ending nearly interrupts that concept), even when it’s disarmingly truthful. An especially hurting minute takes place in the 4th episode when Fleabag and her perfectionist sis Claire (the outstanding Clifford) go to a quiet retreat, and she sees a loan officer she had a heated exchange within the best. She beings in silence while he information what he truly desires in the wake of his individual disobediences—to simply go house and discharge the dishwashing machine and watch his other half consume a cup of coffee—to which Fleabag responses, lastly, breaking her silence, “I just want to cry all the time.”

She withstands, however the recommendation of the impulse is as mentally raw as it comes. Weding an extraordinary comical perceptiveness while enabling its characters to have genuine sensations, doubts, and worries is what raises the series past its more shallow or scattered dating-centric equivalents. Fleabag unloads the life of a complex girl—with all of its discomfort, insecurity, anger, humor, relationship, impulses, and more—with a unique perceptiveness that makes it important watching. — Allison Keene

The Tick (2016-2019)

Developed by: Ben Edlund

Cast: Peter Serafinowicz, Griffin Newman, Valorie Curry, Scott Speiser

It’s tough to think that in this time of Peak television we haven’t reached Peak Superhero (specifically when you think about the cinematic universes), yet still, they come. As it gets significantly challenging to separate in between the comparable stories and focus on dark/gritty takes, there is one superhero series that has actually discovered a method to stick out: The Tick.

The half-hour live-action program (the most recent version of this character) keeps in mind something important when it pertains to super-powered television: it must be enjoyable. Even shows that started easy going have actually been decreased to excessive concentrate on doom and gloom (taking a look at you, The Flash). And while The Tick isn’t going to win any awards for its production worth or for handling mentally extreme stories, it is an extremely unusual and distinct series that is assisting to alleviate superhero tiredness. — Allison Keene

Excellent Women Revolt (2015-2016)


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