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Best sitcoms of the 2000s

Stacker Logo By Madison Troyer of Stacker | Slide 1 of 26: TV from the ‘00s is making a comeback. We’ve seen this with the craze surrounding HBO Max’s long-awaited “Friends” reunion; with Hulu announcing its “How I Met Your Mother” sequel, the not very originally titled “How I Met Your Father”; and with Peacock debuting extended cuts of episodes of “The Office” on its streaming platform. It seems, two decades later, we aren’t quite ready to give up the stories that dominated our screens way back when. In honor of the renewed interest in these timeless shows, we’ve rounded up some of the era’s best sitcoms. Stacker compiled data on all sitcoms from 2000–2009 and ranked them according to IMDb user rating, with ties broken by votes. To qualify, the show had to have at least 2,500 votes. While not all the shows on our list are U.S. productions, only English-language shows were considered. From well-known favorites like “The Big Bang Theory” to more obscure titles like “Extras,” reading through this list is sure to spark some intense nostalgia. The good news? Many of these shows are still available on streaming platforms like Netflix and Hulu, meaning a binge-watch is just a click or two away. You may also like:  100 best 'Seinfeld' episodes of all time

Best sitcoms of the 2000s

TV from the ‘00s is making a comeback. We’ve seen this with the craze surrounding HBO Max’s long-awaited “Friends” reunion; with Hulu announcing its “How I Met Your Mother” sequel, the not very originally titled “How I Met Your Father”; and with Peacock debuting extended cuts of episodes of “The Office” on its streaming platform. It seems, two decades later, we aren’t quite ready to give up the stories that dominated our screens way back when.

In honor of the renewed interest in these timeless shows, we’ve rounded up some of the era’s best sitcoms. Stacker compiled data on all sitcoms from 2000–2009 and ranked them according to IMDb user rating, with ties broken by votes. To qualify, the show had to have at least 2,500 votes. While not all the shows on our list are U.S. productions, only English-language shows were considered.

From well-known favorites like “The Big Bang Theory” to more obscure titles like “Extras,” reading through this list is sure to spark some intense nostalgia. The good news? Many of these shows are still available on streaming platforms like Netflix and Hulu, meaning a binge-watch is just a click or two away.

You may also like: 100 best 'Seinfeld' episodes of all time

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