Top 10 awesome shows like That Stupid Cupboard that you will enjoy watching

You just finished watching That Stupid Cupboard 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 Louna Maroun, Louna Maroun and Laneth Sffarlenn . Here goes the list -

  1. The Adventures of Roman and Jorge
  2. Ctrl.Alt.Del
  3. What the Folks
  4. Feedback
  5. Fucking Adelaide
  6. "Makeup X Breakup"
  7. Up at Ours
  8. The Golden Guys
  9. Michelle's
  10. Yappie
  1. The Adventures of Roman and Jorge

    The Adventures of Roman and Jorge

    This show, created by Greg Elsasser, Greg Elsasser and Dru Morgan, scores 7.9 on IMDb.

    Genres - Drama | Comedy

  2. Ctrl.Alt.Del

    Ctrl.Alt.Del

    CTRL.ALT.DEL is a dark comedy that follows Carson (Gabrielle Christian), a free-spirited girl in her late-twenties who lacks direction in her life. She has no job, no true 'passion' or calling, but she has a solid group of friends, an online Vlog she updates regularly, and a steady boyfriend - though he doesn't quite understand her quarter-life crisis. After landing a job as a casting assistant to entertainment industry titan Aggie Carter (Ash Lendzion), Carson's journey towards self-discovery goes from zero to full-speed almost instantly.

    This show, created by Kendra Doshier, Gabrielle Christian and Ash Lendzion, scores 7.7 on IMDb.

    Genres - Drama | Comedy

  3. What the Folks

    What the Folks

    'What The Folks' is a journey of how modern families are breaking stereotypes, overcoming generation gaps, and growing to love one another, despite having starkly different world views.

    This show, created by Ruchir Arun, Eisha Chopra and Veer Rajwant Singh, scores 8.2 on IMDb.

    Genres - Drama | Comedy

  4. 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

  5. Fucking Adelaide

    Fucking Adelaide

    A 6 part series about three close but disparate siblings who reunite in Adelaide. But when they discover their mother is selling their childhood home, their middle class freedoms and sense of security is rocked and they are forced to confront a past that none of them can let go of it.

    This show, created by Sophie Hyde, Kate Box and Tilda Cobham-Hervey, scores 6.8 on IMDb.

    Genres - Drama | Comedy

  6. "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

  7. Up at Ours

    Up at Ours

    This half-hour comedy/drama that centred on a St. John's boarding house. Verna Ball, played by Mary Walsh, owned the house, and Jack Howse, played by Ray Guy, was her long-standing lodger. Janis Spence played Mrs. O'Mara, who lived next door, and Kevin Noble was Dolph, the myopic driver of the Outport Taxi. Mrs. Ball's boarding house attracted a number of troubled and eccentric characters in a series that trod between humane relationships and comic treatment. Gordon Pinsent (The Shipping News) was featured in one episode as a parish priest who came to St. John's and found his faith tested and reconfirmed in his encounter with two young women, one a boarder at the house and the other another runaway from an outport community. The series was produced in St. John's by Kevin O'Connell, with episodes directed by Walter Learning, Wayne Guzzwell, and O'Connell, and scripts by writers from the Atlantic provinces-- Pinsent, Learning, Gerry Rubia, Michael Cook, and famed Canadian poet Alden Nowlan. A twelve week series, Up At Ours was a rare example of continuing drama produced in a regional CBC centre and that employed a distinctive local milieu.

    This show, created by Wayne Guzzwell, Brian Downey and Ray Guy, scores 6.4 on IMDb.

    Genres - Drama | Comedy

  8. The Golden Guys

    The Golden Guys

    In the spoof of The Golden Girls, four young men live together in Los Angeles, sharing their various experiences together and enjoying themselves despite hard times.

    This show, created by Darin Ramey and Rashaan Rambaran, scores 8.4 on IMDb.

    Genres - Comedy | Drama

  9. Michelle's

    Michelle's

    You don't become the queen of late-night dining without making a few enemies. Michelle Gidard is the owner and proprietor of Michelle's Restaurant, located in the small town of Hope, BC, and business is booming. That is, until a devilish man from her past, Hank Devereux, pays Michelle a visit and reveals that he has bought a competing restaurant across the highway. Just one of the many tricks up his sleeve. The times are changing, and Hank's restaurant brings something new and exciting from the big city: fusion food. Goodbye Chicken a-la King, hello Shanghai Noodle Burgers. He'll use her dark past against her, and will stop at nothing to steal her seat on the late-night fine-dining throne. As Michelle's business and personal life crumble around her, will she be able to keep it together.

    This show, created by Andrew Barber, Angela Galanopoulos and Amy Goodmurphy, scores 7.8 on IMDb.

    Genres - Drama | Comedy

  10. Yappie

    Yappie

    "Yappie" is a single-camera comedy that explores the social and racial issues related to the contemporary Asian American experience from the perspective of Andrew and his friends who are all "yappies". Andrew is a 29 year old Chinese American who, for most of his life, has never questioned his place or his purpose, unintentionally becoming a "model minority". But for the first time, due to some new influences and experiences, Andrew is discovering the effects of his invisibility on the canvas of diversity and is finally realizing he wants to do something about it.

    This show, created by Taylor Chan, Philip Wang and Simu Liu, scores 8.8 on IMDb.

    Genres - Drama | Comedy

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