Some of the very best TV comedies of all time have just been added for home streaming 2 months ago

Some of the very best TV comedies of all time have just been added for home streaming

Literally hundreds of hours of amazing comedy have just made available to watch at home.

There are some brilliant TV comedies that you know exactly where to find them.

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Friends and Seinfeld are all on Netflix. The Simpsons is on Disney+. The Office US is on Prime Video. And so on.

But then there are many, many great TV comedies that sometimes pop up randomly on TV, but you might only happen to catch them while browsing through the channels at that given time.

Thankfully, this week has seen an end put to that for many great funny shows, as you can now watch all of the following classic comedies with your NOW Entertainment Membership.

And, of course, if there are any of the below you haven't heard of before, now is the time to catch up on your televisual education!

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ABSOLUTELY FABULOUS

The wild misadventures of Edina "Eddy" Monsoon (Jennifer Saunders) and her best friend Patsy Stone (Joanna Lumley), who live in a nearly constant haze of drugged, drunken selfishness. 27 episodes across five seasons, plus all of the specials.

BLACKADDER

Set across multiple different points in time, Rowan Atkinson portrays the titular character, always finding himself in the worst places surrounded by the worst people. 24 episodes across four seasons, plus all of the specials.

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BOTTOM

Two perpetually bored and broke flatmates (Rik Mayall and Adrian Edmondson) waste their days in a futile struggle to get laid, earn cash, and not kill one another. 17 episodes across three seasons.

FAWLTY TOWERS

Hotel owner Basil Fawlty's (John Cleese) incompetence, short fuse, and arrogance form a combination that ensures accidents and trouble are never far away. 12 episodes across two seasons.

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GAVIN & STACEY

Gavin (Mathew Horne) and Stacey (Joanna Page) try to find a way to make their relationship work, unsure if their friends and families will actually allow them to be together. 19 episodes across three seasons, plus the Christmas special.

KEEPING UP APPEARANCES

A snobbish housewife (Patricia Routledge) is determined to climb the social ladder, in spite of her family's working class connections and the constant chagrin of her long suffering husband (Clive Smith). 40 episodes across five seasons, plus all of the specials.

THE LEAGUE OF GENTLEMEN

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An interweaving narrative chronicling the antics of such diverse characters as: a transgender taxi driver, a family obsessed with hygiene and toads, a fiery reverend, a carnival owner who kidnaps women into marriage, and a xenophobic couple who run a local shop for local people. 21 episodes across four seasons, plus all of the specials.

ONLY FOOLS AND HORSES

Two brothers (David Jason and Nicholas Lyndhurst) from London's rough Peckham estate attempt wheel and deal through a number of dodgy deals and search for the big score that'll make them millionaires. 46 seasons across seven seasons, plus all of the specials.

RED DWARF

The adventures of the last human alive (Craig Charles) and his friends, stranded three million years into deep space on the mining ship Red Dwarf. 52 episodes across eight seasons.

THE ROYLE FAMILY

A look at a family going through everyday life in their family home, usually spent huddled around the TV. 18 episodes across three seasons, plus all of the specials.

THE VICAR OF DIBLEY

A boisterous female minister (Dawn French) comes to serve in an eccentrically conservative small town's church. 14 episodes across three seasons, plus all of the specials.

THE YOUNG ONES

The crazy and sometimes surreal adventures of four very different students in Thatcher's Britain. 11 episodes across two seasons, plus all of the specials.