I binge-watched OMITB because I got one month of Hulu and needed to get it all in before the month was up. (Got Hulu to watch McCartney 3,2,1.)Only Murders In The Building (Steve Martin, Martin Short and Selena Gomez) and Loot. IMHO, OMITB is the best show to air in many years. I expected Loot to be an annoying long-play of SNL skits but have been pleasantly surprised. Both are presently current and the most recent OMITB aired last night.
There are a quite a few sports shows now, all using that same formula- golf, tennis, surfing, bull riding, cheerleading, etc. Not all on Netflix tho ."Tour de France: Unchained" on Netflix is eight episodes of the 2022 TdF. It is made by the same people that are doing "Formula One: Drive to Survive" and is more up close and personal as they get close ups of the riders during the racing.
Boston Legal was a fave until Candace Bergen joined the cast as Denny Crane's ex-wife Shirley Schmidt and, inevitably, same as she did in the earlier series, Murphy Brown, forced the focus from simple, belly-laugh humor to liberal politics. The late, great Leslie Jordan was a hoot opposite the also late, great Betty White. We recently found reruns of "Family Affair" on Peacock which are a pleasure to watch, along with (as you mentioned) Dick van Dyke, MTM, Bob Newhart, Carol Burnett, Lucille Ball, Andy Griffith and everything else rated "TVG". I'm no prude but it's infuriating that we now have to pay for TV and at the same time must search for content that doesn't prominently feature the F word (and worse) in every other line.I binge-watched OMITB because I got one month of Hulu and needed to get it all in before the month was up. (Got Hulu to watch McCartney 3,2,1.)
I really enjoyed the show and am debating signing up for another month of Hulu when the next season of OMITB is out.
I'm sort of binging a few shows because they're on over-the-air TV and I often turn the TV at night while I read. So I guess I'm currently binging on Everybody Loves Raymond, (which does have some good laughs) and Mad About You, (my dogs are enjoying the dog on the show, LOL.) Impressive guest stars on Mad About You.
I see that people have mentioned Psych and Monk which I'll watch if they show up. I recall watching Boston Legal but don't know if that ever airs anywhere now. There are always the old Dick van Dyke shows and Mary Tyler Moore shows if they pop up too. And Bob Newhart. I didn't see any of those when the originally aired, (I'm not old enough for some of those original air dates, I think), but I enjoy them.