October has been a month of joy and amazing content on Netflix. With the release of an abundance of movies and TV shows, it seems like Halloween is the new Christmas. This past week, Netflix released its much-awaited sitcom titled Pretty Smart. Starring Emily Osment, Cinthya Carmona, Michael Hsu Rosen, and Gregg Sulkin, the show revolves around friendship and the daily life of these four beautiful characters.
Well, it is more than possible that you have already watched the Netflix Original show, and are indeed looking for more such content to stream on Netflix. Sitcoms are rather fun to watch too, so here are a few shows like Pretty Smart that you can go stream and enjoy.
The story of the crew chief of a NASCAR garage, The Crew revolves around Kevin Gibson (played by Kevin James) and his team’s struggle to deal with the new boss and his daughter; the new boss has decided to retire the existing crew and hire new people for the job.
Set in the United States, the show is a series of disagreements, head-butting, and much more. The viewers are sure to enjoy the general tone of the show.
Starring the legendary Steve Carell, along with John Malkovich, Ben Schwartz, Diana Silvers, Lisa Kudrow, Tawny Newsome, and Jimmy O. Yan, Space Force is a hilarious American sitcom.
It tells the story of this group; as they are supposed to set up the sixth branch of the United States Armed Forces, the United States Space Force. Space Force is definitely, the thing that will pop up when you think about shows like Pretty Smart.
The Good Place
An American fantasy comedy series, The Good Place stars Kristen Bell, who has arrived at this dystopian place called The Good Place after her death. The show also stars William Jackson Harper, Jameela Jamil, and Manny Jacinto as fellow residents.
The Good Place received a great deal of appreciation from critics and audiences alike for its unique style of writing and story. This is definitely a much-watch show for you if you enjoy philosophy and comedy equally.
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt follows Kimmy Schmidt (played by Ellie Kemper) as she makes her way back to the city of New York after being held captive for about 15 years.
Living inside an underground bunker, she and three other women were made to believe that a nuclear apocalypse happened, and they were the only survivors. The show, though, has a very limited number of seasons, is really fun and interesting.