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    2000s Sitcoms?

    -Delete- I may get the same results. I do look at other websites containing top 10 or 20 sitcoms of the 2000's
    but is that really all there is?

    Like this from someone from TV.com
    1. Everybody Loves Raymond
    2. Will & Grace
    3. Sex and the City
    4. Arrested Development
    5. 30 Rock
    6. The Office
    7. Two and a Half Men
    8. Family Guy
    9. That '70s Show
    10. How I Met Your Mother
    11. The King of Queens
    12. Entourage
    13. It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia
    14. Malcolm in the Middle
    15. Reba
    16. The Bernie Mac Show
    17. According to Jim
    18. George Lopez
    19. My Wife and Kids
    20. Curb Your Enthusiasm

    I'm not sure if I really want to believe that... Thow!
    Last edited by isrs4life; 02-19-2012 at 12:02 PM. Reason: Gained more information!

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    Hello...

    Is anyone alive in this forum?

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    We had a good run: 2006 to 2020. Thanks for the informations and debates.

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    Quote Originally Posted by InMontreal View Post
    Nope, I accually never seen that link on wikipedia I accually do look for information
    on there to but first time I have ever seen that link.

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    Even the wikipedia entry is not a complete list. Here are some more off the top of my head

    Hope & Faith
    Less then Perfect
    Rodney
    Gary Unmarried
    My Wife and Kids
    George Popez

    That list has Drake and Josh which is a tween/teen sitcom. The list will expand quite a bit if you are looking to count those shows as well.

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    Here is another source: http://www.sitcomsonline.com/boards/...play.php?f=662

    Aside from being incomplete (I have updated it), the wikipedia listing is also inaccurate. Several shows on there such as That '70s Show, King of Queens and Frasier are actually from the 1990's not 2000's.

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    Hope and Faith, I accually do like

    Some others there bigoranget said looked interesting I know George Lopez
    but i'm getting very fustrated with the current sitcom channels in Canada we
    need another one or two. Comedy Channel is accually decent but still it runs
    Seinfeld.

    I hate seeing a sitcom run only once a day on TVTropolis and not being able to
    see it till the next week after which is just wrong.

    I think they would gain more viewers if they went to back to back and have 3 or
    4 shows line up between the 9pm-1am slot would be very enjoyable evenings to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CDN Viewer View Post
    the wikipedia listing is also inaccurate. Several shows on there such as That '70s Show, King of Queens and Frasier are actually from the 1990's not 2000's.
    Wiki is not inaccurate. That 70's Show aired 1998-2006, so it's a sitcom that aired during the 2000s, same story for King of Queens 1998-2007 and Frasier 1993-2004, they cover two decades.
    We had a good run: 2006 to 2020. Thanks for the informations and debates.

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    Wiki is not inaccurate. That 70's Show aired 1998-2006, so it's a sitcom that aired during the 2000s, same story for King of Queens 1998-2007 and Frasier 1993-2004, they cover two decades.
    What I meant was that these shows did not debut in the 2000's, they went on the air in the 1990's so in my book that makes them 90s shows.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CDN Viewer View Post
    What I meant was that these shows did not debut in the 2000's, they went on the air in the 1990's so in my book that makes them 90s shows.
    Everybody Loves Raymond debuted back in 96 or 97 and That 70s Show
    debuted back in 1998 but these shows lasted through most of the 2000's

    is what u really mean.

    But they are quite considerable hot topics on the shows of the 2000s not 1990s

 

 

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