Learn English Grammar From A–Z
- Certainly when Carla started out writing in the Sixties, there were very few women writing comedy or sitcoms led by women.
- During the daytime there's the usual mix of American soaps, chat shows, dated sitcoms with the occasional old film thrown in.
- Radio Scotland's comedy writing initiative has produced pilots of three brand new sitcoms.
- This was a so-so sitcom with ambitious but unconvincing dance numbers and wrestling action.
- Thus, American television has moved away from expensive sitcoms and on to cheap thrills.
- It's always struck me that most successful sitcoms say great things about America.
- Will the sounds of those delightful Sichuan sitcoms be silenced forever?
- She has a diploma in dramatic writing and has also written a sitcom.
- Paul has taken to his first sitcom like bingo's two little ducks to water.
- Not to mince words, this was an appalling sitcom, and how it lasted for four series beggars belief.
- This was a laboured sitcom peopled by stereotypical characters in unlikely plots.
- The series had a robust energy but was just too sour and downbeat to really work as a sitcom.
- He has directed and written since 1979 and is about to appear in a new sitcom for BBC Scotland.
- She is currently editing an anthology of critical essays about television sitcoms.
- There are just too many comedies, sitcoms, realty TV shows and then some that all seem to blur into one big mess.
- With the declining health of sitcoms, television has had to look in new directions to reel in viewers.
- It was a sitcom, a workplace ensemble comedy set in a police station.
- The producers experimented with a US sitcom style and the first two series of the new show were shot on film.
- Worryingly, children are viewing a lot of what is not meant for them, especially the sitcoms and soaps.
- Predictability is still the reason sitcoms draw big audiences and big advertising dollars.