We're all looking for that next big comedy series to watch while we have extra time on our hands. But what about the ones you might have already missed?

Here, we rundown some great comedy series that have already done the rounds and have a loyal fanbase for their crazy characters, laugh-out-loud moments of gold, as well as giving allowing us to relate to TV characters much more than we ever thought possible.

We've left out the likes of 'The US Office', 'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia', 'Modern Family', 'Arrested Development', 'Veep', and 'Parks and Recreation' because we're hoping that you've already seen them.

Here's our list of great comedy series you might have missed, and which on demand service you can find them on.


'Silicon Valley'

Where you can watch it: Sky Comedy & NOW TV

What's it about: Imagine a group of nerdy guys, living in the cut-throat world of app creation in California, and competing against a big-wig multinational company in order to save their unique idea.

Why should you watch it: This is basically the actual funnier version of 'The Big Bang Theory' - although anything is better than sitting through an episode of that.

Who's in it: Thomas Middleditch leads the cast, who is joined by Kumail Nanjiani, Josh Brener, Zach Woods, and T.J. Miller.



Where you can watch it: Netflix

What's it about: A group of teens, young adults, and those whose years of living the college lifestyle seem like a very distant memory all come together to form what they think is a Spanish study group. Unfortunately, they're all terrible at the language and have to sit through their questionable teacher's lessons each day while juggling the life of a community college student.

Why should you watch it: Seeing what antics Chevy Chase's character Pierce get up to is just one reason to tune in.

Who's in it: The ensemble cast includes comedian Joel McHale, Donald Glover, Alison Brie, Chevy Chase, and Ken Jeong.



'Schitt's Creek'

Where you can watch it: Netflix

What's it about: The series follows a wealthy family who are stripped of all of their money, priceless artefacts, and prized possessions, except for one small asset which was bought as a joke many years before - a town called Schitt's Creek. The family is forced to adapt to their new lodgings in a rundown motel, and attempt to build a new life for themselves.

Why you should watch it: "Ew, David". And Moira Rose's extensive wig collection. If you missed the bandwagon, then what are you waiting for?

Who's in it: The wonderful Catherine O'Hara in the role she was born to play, with Annie Murphy, and brother-son duo Eugene and Dan Levy.



Where you can watch it: Netflix

What's it about: Husband and wife writing/producing duo Beverly and Sean Lincoln leave their rising stardom in the UK behind to jet across the Atlantic and create a version of their famous TV show for an American audience. Their first agenda on their schedule is to cast their main star - but Matt LeBlanc wasn't the ideal casting they were hoping for...

Why you should watch it: Matt LeBlanc won a Golden Globe award, which just shows how the actor hasn't been typecast since his days in 'Friends'.

Who's in it: Matt LeBlanc crashes the party of Tamsin Greig and Stephen Mangan.



'30 Rock'

Where you can watch it: Sky ComedyNOW TV

What's it about: One of TV's best-ever ensemble shows might have slipped through your fingers so now's the time to set that right. Heavily influenced by her time on 'Saturday Night Live', Tina Fey created the series which sees Liz Lemon act as head writer on a sketch show which never ever goes to plan.

Why you should watch it: Imagine you let a bunch of 5-year-olds try to create their own TV series while an anxious mother looked at their every move, and that's just one way of describing the anarchy that happens on '30 Rock'.

Who's in it: Creator Tina Fey stars as Liz Lemon, who has to deal with the likes of Alec Baldwin, Jane Krakowski, Jack McBrayer, and Tracy Morgan.


'Kath & Kim'

Where you can watch it: Netflix

What's it about: We follow the suburban lives of a mother and daughter duo, whose rollercoaster love lives sees the pair of them constantly try to outdo the other.

Why you should watch it: The awkwardness of 'Kath & Kim' is one of its highlights - and the appearance of accident-prone, sports-mad Sharon is always a hoot.

Who's in it: Gina Riley, Jane Turner, Glenn Robbins, and a bowl-cut red-headed Magda Szubanski.



'Bob's Burgers'

Where you can watch it: Amazon Prime

What's it about: The Belcher family own a hamburger restaurant in Long Island, New York. And even though Bob's burgers are a pretty delicious staple in the area, with plenty of regular customers, his wife and family are always sticking their oars in and ruining the atmosphere.

Why you should watch it: We won't hear what anyone says, Tina is the star of the show and deserves her own spin-off series.

Who's in it: The voices of H. Jon Benjamin, Larry Murphy, Dan Mintz, and Kristen Schaal.


'Trailer Park Boys'

Where you can watch it: Netflix

What's it about: The Canadian mockumentary series sees three primary antagonists go about their misadventures in the Sunnyvale Trailer Park.  The three lads, Ricky, Julian, and Bubbles, try to go about their days doing petty crimes, creating dastardly money-making schemes, and avoiding the police.

Why you should watch it: If you get hooked on the series, there's a wealth of bonus content for you on Netflix, including a special recorded in Ireland.

Who's in it: John Paul Tremblay, Robb Wells, and Mike Smith star as the terrible trio. 



'The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel'

Where you can watch it: Amazon Prime

What's it about: A period comedy-drama set in New York City, which follows a housewife who has the most perfect of lives. However, she realises she has a taste for doing something more - and stand-up comedy might be just the ticket.

Why you should watch it: A show brimming with 50's style, that shows off the era in a glowing light, which also packs in enough witty writing to keep you coming back. Plus, Suzie is the real star of the show.

Who's in it: The formidable Rachel Brosnahan is joined by Alex Borstein, Marin Hinkle, and Michael Zegen.