10 Shows That Always Bring Us Joy

Many different genre shows are out there with remarkable plots and characters. Eventually, some are outstanding; some are not so impressive, but then some shows live in our hearts, and we don't get bored no matter how repeatedly we watch them. Here are some remarkable shows that keep you entertained no matter how often you watch them.

1. King of the Hill (1997-2010)

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King the Hill is an animated series with 13 seasons portraying the life of Hank Hill, a gas salesman with distinct views about civilization who lives with his wife, a Spanish teacher, son, and niece. Our users said that this show is so relaxing. They watch the series when they have a bad day or at least once a year.

2. The IT Crowd (2006-2013)

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The comedy-drama sitcom has been an audience favorite. One of the users enunciated that a coworker showed one of the clips to them, and they watched the entire series within a few days. The show revolves around two IT tech workers in ludicrous troubles when a new supervisor who knows nothing about technology starts working with them.

3. Psych (2006-2014)

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Some shows are so good that they bring you amenities, and you watch them several times. The same goes with Psych, a 2006 sitcom about two guys (James Roday and Dulé Hill) who dissemble to be psychics. They solve cases with their compliance skills along with the police. They are so good at their jobs that the police also believe they are psychic. A user proclaimed they had watched this show four to five times, and members nearly all jokes.

4. Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987-1994)

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Well-known Star Trek: The Next Generation follows the saga of the 24th century, where Captain Jean-Luc Picard (Patrick Stewart) leads the new generation team on Enterprise NCC 1701-D in space to find new planets on which vitality could be imaginable. Individuals share that this is their comfort show, and it becomes part of their routine to watch one episode almost every night.

5. Avatar the Last Bender (2005-2008)

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One of the users described that they had rewatched the show with their kids from start to finish for the third time, followed by saying it is so hard to find anything that matches the Greatness. Avatar the Last Airbender is one of the most popular series among children and adults. It follows the tale of four nations with each element's power and avatar that can control all aspects and ensure peace among the four elemental nations.

6. Scrubs (2001-2010)

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Scrub is a medical sitcom that follows the story of medical intern John Dorian (Zach Braff), who starts working at Sacred Heart Hospital. His life faces ups and downs, but he learns excellent life lessons with his fellow staff and doctors. An individual on an online platform implies that it never gets old, and they would never stop learning the life lesson at the end.

7. The Office (2005-2013)

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Many comedy shows exist, but The Office is one of the most popular TV series. Our users shared that they have lost count of several times they have watched the show and tried to start a new sitcom but keep returning to the office. With the cast of Steve Carell, John Krasinski, and Rainn Wilson, the show is about a paper company manager trying to manage his hilarious staff and their encounters.

8. Gilmore Girls (2000-2007)

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A user said they couldn't tell how many times they had rewatched the show, and there was always something unique to uncover. Gilmore Girl is an American comedy-drama series with a cast of Lauren Graham, Alexis Bledel, and Kelly Bishop. The series revolves around a single mother and a teenage daughter. The duo is inseparable and faces their ups and downs concurrently. 

9. 30 Rock (2006-2013)

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30 Rock, with the cast of Tina Fey, Alec Baldwin, and Tracy Morgan, is about the writer of a TV show, “The Girlie Show,” which fails to reach the audience it strives for. Still, the newly hired arrogant vice president tries his best to make the show successful but keeps causing disturbance for the writer, Elizabeth Lemon; a user shared their view that it is the most joke-dense show of all time and is their go-to background noise for housework and cooking.

10. Friends (1994-2004)

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It is a worldwide famous show, and everyone's honored with a fantastic cast of Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Matt LeBlanc, and Matthew Perry. Friends follows the life of six adults who live in Manhattan together. They go through happiness, sadness, troubled situations, and life just like real friends should. Users on online platforms illustrated that they had watched the show over forty times while doing different house chores, and it's comforting, like hanging out with old friends.

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