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15 Hilarious Shows To Watch After You Finish Brooklyn Nine-Nine
The Office
The irreverent workplace comedy had Steve Carell as the "world's greatest boss," injecting humor and pathos while being stupid, mean, and charming.
"The Office" used its mockumentary format to bring us into its characters’ lives, making Michael, Jim, Pam, Dwight, and the rest of the Dunder Mifflin staff staples in our homes.
Parks and Rec
"Brooklyn Nine-Nine" creator and showrunner Dan Goor and executive producer Michael Schur previously worked together on "Parks and Recreation."
"Parks and Rec" follows a similar mockumentary format as "The Office," with Amy Poehler leading the winning ensemble cast in this very funny workplace comedy.
The Good Place
Created by Schur, "The Good Place" deals with the ever-surprising bureaucracy that runs the afterlife and the many philosophical questions the system raises.
If your favorite parts of "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" are the sincere character moments, you’ll love Kristen Bell and Ted Danson in this wholesome and heartfelt sitcom.
Rutherford Falls
Schur also co-created “Rutherford Falls” with Sierra Teller Ornelas, and Ed Helms, another small-community sitcom tackling bureaucracy and friendships.
"Rutherford Falls" definitely has "Parks and Recreation" vibes while being grounded in a relevant, real-world premise.
Justin Spitzer was a co-executive producer on "The Office" before creating "Superstore," a comedy about employees working for a big box store.
Fans of the workplace family and romance in "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" will likely enjoy the will-they-won't-they dynamic between Amy (America Ferrera) and Jonah (Ben Feldman).