Hopefully everybody got to live the spooky life this weekend in Halloween's afterglow, but it's time to put away the masks and put on whatever you feel most comfortable laughing in. (Choosing to watch TV while wearing a mask is acceptable, but not entirely understandable.) So pull out your favorite candy and check out the three best comedies that hit streaming sites this past week.
Season 10 will start up in early 2015 and will hopefully continue putting this sub-legendary set of characters into the most morally defunct situations.
All 9 seasons of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia can be found on Netflix Instant and Amazon Prime.
All four seasons of Portlandia can be found on Netflix Instant.
"Weird Al" Yankovic could have and should have been the greatest thing to hit TV in the 1990s, but clashing intentions ultimately cut it short. CBS first debuted The Weird Al Show on Saturday mornings in September 1997, with a silly and slightly uneven tone that wavered between Yankovic's more adult-leaning humor and CBS' insistence that the material skew younger, and with more educational insight. A host of guest stars filled the 13 episodes, including Patton Oswalt, Tony Little, Hanson, Fabio, Emo Philips, "Macho Man" Randy Savage and more. It could have been a fine continuation in the footsteps of Pee Wee's Playhouse, but wasn't given enough time to do it. Show it to your kids.
The one and only season of The Weird Al Show can be found on Hulu Plus.
And when you’re done with all of these, hit the next page to find more new-to-streaming shows that might be up your alley.