Kimmy Schmidt and the end of conventional sitcoms

The high-concept sitcom is back, and the crazier the premise, the better

Why working-class sitcoms don’t work

Chuck Lorre meets the modern viewer’s aversion everyday working people

Michael J. Fox: Back with a future

TV’s comeback kid talks about sex, guns, Justin Bieber, and what Parkinson’s has given him
Fast-forward to the reruns

Fast-forward to the sitcom reruns

There is cash is in syndication, and some networks are speeding up production at the cost of quality
Arrested Development

Five opinionated facts about Arrested Development

Jaime J. Weinman on the lesser known details of the series
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Laugh tracks in sitcoms are so retro

Single-camera shows, shot without an audience, are all the rage
Three stereotypes walk into a diner...

Three stereotypes walk into a diner...

Are walking ethnic clichés better than no clichés in sitcoms?
Why old people are suddenly watchable

Why old people are suddenly watchable on TV

Networks are discovering their most loyal viewers like over-60s like Ted Danson