Night Court is back in session with Judge Harry T. Stone’s daughter Abby Stone played by Melissa Rauch. The NBC revival series brings back John Larroquette as Dan Fielding. The series follows Abby as she tries to lead the Night Court staff with the same ideals her father had. While the reception of the revival series is definitely mixed it doesn’t mean that the new Night Court is all bad. So, if you like the series here are some more shows you could watch next.
Night Court (Prime Video)
Synopsis: Disorder in the court! That’s the order of the day when a parade of zany–and often bizarre–characters passes before unconventional and unpredictable Judge Harry T. Stone (Harry Anderson) in the hilarious comedy Night Court.
Frasier (Peacock & Paramount+)
Synopsis: Comedy series set in Seattle, WA, which chronicles the lives of an eloquently pompous radio show host Dr. Frasier Crane (Kelsey Grammer), his brazen radio producer Roz (Peri Gilpin), his competitive, high-brow brother Niles (David Hyde Pierce), their crotchety father Martin (John Mahoney) and his quirky live-in nurse Daphne (Jane Leeves).
Synopsis: The life of the head writer at a late-night television variety show. From the creator and stars of SNL comes this workplace comedy. A brash network executive bullies head writer Liz Lemon into hiring an unstable movie star. A self-obsessed celeb, an arrogant boss, and a sensitive writing staff challenge Lemon to run a successful program — without losing her mind.
Ted Lasso (Apple TV+)
Synopsis: In this new comedy from executive producers Jason Sudeikis and Bill Lawrence (Scrubs, Whiskey Cavalier, Cougar Town), Sudeikis (Saturday Night Live, We’re the Millers, Horrible Bosses films) stars as Ted Lasso, an idealistic all-American football coach hired to manage an English football club – despite having no soccer coaching experience at all. Based on the beloved character Sudeikis made famous online, Ted Lasso is the first television series that Sudeikis has signed on to star as a series regular since Saturday Night Live. Produced by Doozer Productions in association with Warner Bros. Television, the comedy series is also executive produced by Jeff Ingold.
All Rise (Hulu & HBO Max)
Synopsis: All Rise is a drama that pulls back the curtain on the court system and shows the chaotic, hopeful and sometimes absurd lives of dedicated judges and attorneys as they work with bailiffs, clerks, cops and jurors to bring justice to the people of Los Angeles. Newly appointed Judge Lola Carmichael is well known for her impressive career as a formidable and occasionally impulsive deputy district attorney. She doesn’t intend to sit back on the bench in her new role, but instead leans in, immediately pushing the boundaries and challenging the expectations of what a judge can be. Those offering Lola counsel are her roguish best friend and colleague Mark Callan, a successful deputy district attorney who now must adjust to the shifting boundaries in their personal and professional relationship; Supervisory Judge Benner, an influential, powerful figure tasked with overseeing Lola’s transition into her new job; and Lola’s efficient, pragmatic judicial assistant, Sherri Kansky, who isn’t thrilled at the prospect of “training” a rookie judge. Also working in the courthouse are Emily Lopez, an empathetic and blunt public defender filled with fire and conviction; Luke Watkins, a court bailiff by day, law student by night; and Sara Pratt, a court reporter and reliable source of intel and advice. Amid a flawed legal system, these men and women devote their lives to rebalancing the scales of justice.
Cheers (Hulu, Peacock & Paramount+)
Synopsis: Wander in… pull up a stool… and make yourself at home “where everybody knows your name.” Ted Danson stars as Sam Malone, former relief-pitcher for the Boston Red Sox turned sober saloon owner of a popular neighborhood spot. From snooty, erudite Diane (Shelly Long)—a chronic academic forced to become a waitress when her fiancé dumps her—to ruthless corporate careerist Rebecca Howe (Kirstie Alley)—relegated to riding herd over this unruly bunch—Sam remains a (somewhat) calming presence. Add to the mix wise-cracking Carla (Rhea Perlman), suds-slurping regular Norm (George Wendt), know-it-all letter carrier Cliff (John Ratzenberger), gentle-spirited Coach (Nicholas Colasanto), and freelance shrink Frasier Crane (Kelsey Grammer) and you’re all set to raise a glass to the legendary, Emmy Award-winning series.
Synopsis: “Superstore” is a hilarious workplace comedy about a unique family of employees at big box megastore Cloud 9. At the center is Jonah (Ben Feldman), a passionate optimist always looking out for his co-workers, including the sardonic Garrett (Colton Dunn), the sweet and fun-loving Cheyenne (Nichole Sakura) and the perpetually dismissed Sandra (Kaliko Kauahi). Back in the manager job is Glenn (Mark McKinney), who once again finds himself butting heads with aggressive assistant manager Dina (Lauren Ash), but is now assisted by Mateo (Nico Santos), who’s pretty sure he would be running things by now if it weren’t for his undocumented status.
Parks & Recreation (Peacock)
Synopsis: From the people who brought you The Office comes Parks and Recreation, the hilarious saga of government employees and local citizens turning a neighborhood hole in the ground into a new public park. Comedy superstar Amy Poehler (Saturday Night Live, Baby Mama) stars as Leslie Knope, an ambitious and hopeful small town government worker, whose dreams are way bigger than her political talents. Created by Primetime Emmy® Award winners Greg Daniels (The Office, King of the Hill, The Simpsons) and Michael Schur (The Office, SNL), and featuring a stellar ensemble cast, Parks and Recreation is a “genuinely funny comedy” (Daniel Carlson, Hollywood Reporter) about bureaucracy, hope and America at the dawn of the Obama age.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine (Peacock)
Synopsis: An ensemble comedy about a talented-but-carefree detective, a by-the-book police captain and their precinct colleagues. While based in the workplace, the series is not really about the job – it’s about the men and women behind the badge.
The Good Place (Netflix)
Synopsis: From creator Michael Schur (“Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” “Parks and Recreation” and “Master of None”) comes a unique comedy about what makes a good person. The show follows Eleanor Shellstrop (Kristen Bell, “House of Lies,” “Veronica Mars”), an ordinary woman who enters the afterlife, and thanks to some kind of error, is sent to the Good Place instead of the Bad Place (which is definitely where she belongs). While hiding in plain sight from Good Place Architect Michael (Ted Danson – “Cheers,” “CSI” – in an Emmy Award-nominated performance), she’s determined to shed her old way of living and earn her spot.