Top 10 awesome shows like Homeschoolers IRL that you will enjoy watching

You just finished watching Homeschoolers IRL and you can't get over how good this show was. Now you want to watch more of such masterpieces. We have curated a list of similar shows which are created by the likes of Aly Taylor, Sean Aberle and Megan Barstrom . Here goes the list -

  1. "Makeup X Breakup"
  2. The Castlehassle
  3. Pillow Talk
  4. Transplants: The Life of an L.A. Screenwriter
  5. Making It Again?
  6. Feedback
  7. Ensemble
  8. Trail Mix
  9. Find Love, NYC
  10. Good Cops
  1. "Makeup X Breakup"

    When Brooke blindsides Blake and abruptly breaks up with him, how will he cope?

    This show, created by Eric Dickens, Nicolette Ellis and Omar Salmon, scores 8.4 on IMDb.

    Genres - Drama | Comedy

  2. The Castlehassle

    The Castlehassle

    Strange creatures (women without heads, mean crows, farting dragons) blend into a mysterious medieval castle.

    This show, created by Iulia Nastase, Marlene Bearden and Cheryl Fowle, scores 8.4 on IMDb.

    Genres - Comedy

  3. Pillow Talk

    Pillow Talk

    A non-linear mock interview comedy for right now. Its real, raw, and in bed. Stereotypical couples answering the tough questions about sex, life, and communication.

    This show, created by Mandi Mellen, Mandi Mellen and Dan Salem, scores 7.7 on IMDb.

    Genres - Comedy

  4. Transplants: The Life of an L.A. Screenwriter

    Transplants: The Life of an L.A. Screenwriter

    Matt Hopkins is a screen writer in LA who lives with his room mate Stew. Their friend Paul has to move in with them and the series is the adventures and misadventures of life in L.A.

    This show, created by Adam Schaudenecker, Ben Mersereau and Wesley Crum, scores 9.3 on IMDb.

    Genres - Comedy

  5. Making It Again?

    Making It Again?

    The story line behind "Making It Again?" is about a fourteen year old boy named Sheridan Cantarelli, who used to be a talented boy soprano, but after a few years of performing in front of large audiences, he decided to take a break and live like a normal, everyday kid. After Sheridan takes a couple of years off, he decides to get back into singing again however, everything has changed. His Manager isn't very interested in managing him anymore and the previous opportunities he had are now gone. Sheridan must work very hard using every ounce of determination he can muster, while encouraging himself that he has not been forgotten for his past accomplishments. Putting his determination into action, he begins singing and performing again so he can be an inspiration, encouragement, and example to his generation of how to never give up, pursue your goals, and fulfill your dreams.

    This show, created by Kevin Wiczer, Sheridan Archbold and Amanda Flahive, scores 7.4 on IMDb.

    Genres - Comedy

  6. Feedback

    Feedback

    Feedback is a five part Melbourne based comedy about being young, creative, and riddled with self doubt. It follows Edmund (Tom Henry Jones), a suffering writer in self exile from his comfortable family home and Levi (James Morris), a guitarist coming off a long bender to focus on his music. Lucy (Ailie Bellofiore), a nursing student at a crossroads and a concerned sister to Edmund, often gets swept up in their dysfunctional orbit.

    This show, created by Dylan Murphy, Tom Henry Jones and James Morris, scores 7.7 on IMDb.

    Genres - Drama | Comedy

  7. Ensemble

    Ensemble

    A group of passionate theatre students juggle everything from tyrannical directors, to backstage sabotage, to unlikely friendships, to first love in this coming-of-age comedy.

    This show, created by Mary Bronaugh, Reese Brucker and Jack Eletto, scores 9.7 on IMDb.

    Genres - Comedy

  8. Trail Mix

    Trail Mix

    Two boys become homeless after a bad bet and find themselves in the world of drugs and sex to make enough money to live.

    This show, created by Kevin Edwin Greene, Teo Celigo and Kevin Edwin Greene, scores 8.0 on IMDb.

    Genres - Comedy

  9. Find Love, NYC

    Find Love, NYC

    "I do four things every morning: Dance, find love, learn a new magic trick, and get out of bed... all in that order," writes Tristan Law, head consultant of Find Love, NYC, in his book: 'Tristan Law's Tristan's Law.' Tristan Law and a cast of wacky, oddball characters try to help singles find the perfect match, guide them through the dating process, and even help couples maintain their relationships in a city where love is almost as hard to find as a clean street corner. When money goes missing from the start up company, the overly positive Tristan Law tries to save it with no help from the one-track minded, sex obsessed owner, Samantha Medici. Complicating the matter is the rag-tag team of employees including Dr. Englebert, who may or may not even be a real doctor; Jolena, a consultant who lets her sordid New Jersey love life get in the way; Sebastian, the wry receptionist hopelessly in love with Tristan; Sophia, Jolena's best friend and Tristan's ex who doesn't even work there; and Chester, the janitor...who...well...Chester has problems. Can this group of misfits hold it together and save the company from financial ruin all while fulfilling their mission to help others find love and keep it?

    This show, created by Alexander Zingaro, Sean Gallagher and Kimberly DiPersia, scores 6.9 on IMDb.

    Genres - Comedy

  10. Good Cops

    Good Cops

    Three "good" cops try to nab a notorious "perp" known as "The Nightflasher." In the process one of the cops (Sledge) is mortally wounded (or so the three cops think). Without Sledge's knowledge or consent, a plan is hatched by the other two cops, (Nicky and Perkins) to murder him while on the job so that his family can cash the police life insurance policy. The series ends with a hilarious twist and absolute proof that these three idiots are nothing, if not Good Cops.

    This show, created by Clayton Cogswell, Derek Haugen and Jacob Givens, scores 8.1 on IMDb.

    Genres - Comedy

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