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The 24 best Netflix comedies to watch right now

The best Netflix comedies aren’t hard to come by, because there’s just so many excellent movies streaming now. But, the sheer amount can make choosing your movie marathon line-up a difficult task – and that’s where we come in. We’ve rounded up the ultimate side-splitters to help you find your next laugh.

Whether you’re in the mood for a horror-comedy like Werewolves Within, something silly à la Jackass 4.5 or a more romantic title like To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before, Netflix has something for you. There’s big names like Will Ferrell and Rachel McAdams in Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga or Issa Rae and Kumail Nanjiani in The Lovebirds, along with classics like Monty Python’s Life of Brian, or a unique spin on the pandemic with Bo Burnham’s Inside. So, to get up to speed on the very best Netflix comedies, scroll on for our complete guide – and get ready to giggle.

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The best Netflix comedies to watch right now

Jackass 4.5

(Image credit: Paramount)

Sometimes, you feel like watching a comedy with a decent plot that’s going to draw you in, make you care for the characters, and leave your cheeks hurting and your heart all warm and fuzzy. Other times, you just want to see a bunch of grown-ups willingly put themselves into uncomfortable, often painful situations and laugh at their misfortune. Enter Jackass 4.5, which pulls together deleted scenes from Jackass Forever. Johnny Knoxville, Danger Ehren, Steve-O, Dave England, Rachel Wolfson, Zach Holmes, Chris Pontius, Jasper Dolphin, Eric Manaka, Sean ‘Poopies’ McInerney, Wee Man, and Preston Lacy all feature. 

Don’t Look Up

Jennifer Lawrence and Leonardo DiCaprio in Don't Look Up

(Image credit: Netflix)

The starry, Oscar-nominated dark comedy Don’t Look Up sees two astronomers trying to spread the message that a giant comet is going to wipe out life on Earth. Unfortunately, nobody seems to be listening. 

Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence star as astronomers Randall and Kate, while Meryl Streep is President Orlean, and Jonah Hill is her son and Chief of Staff. Mark Rylance, Timothée Chalamet, Tyler Perry, Cate Blanchett, and Ron Perlman co-star. Adam McKay directs. 

Inside

Bo Burnham in Inside

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We haven’t included any of Netflix’s many stand-up comedy specials in this list of the best Netflix comedies, instead focussing on proper movies. However, Bo Burnham’s Inside falls into a very weird place of being both a comedy special, but also bordering on being a proper movie. 

Made and released during the Coronavirus pandemic, Inside is unlike anything else made across the same period. It starts off laugh-out-loud funny, with some great songs about white women’s Instagram profiles and Facetiming with your parents. However, it soon looks inward, with Burnham addressing depression and a growing discontent with the internet. We won’t spoil anything more, but the overall experience is a thought-provoking film.

The Mitchells vs. the Machines

The Mitchells vs the Machines

Moxie

Moxie

The Other Guys

The Other Guys

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Deidra and Laney Rob A Train

Set It Up

Set It Up

To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before

To All The Boys I've Loved Before

The Edge of Seventeen

The Edge of Seventeen

Bad Trip

Bad Trip

Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga

Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga

Always Be My Maybe

Always Be My Maybe

Someone Great

Someone Great

Monty Python’s Life of Brian

Monty Python's Life of Brian

Werewolves Within

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Dolemite Is My Name

Dolemite is my Name

The Fundamentals of Caring

The Fundamentals of Caring

Carrie Pilby

Carrie Pilby

The Forty-Year-Old Version

The Forty-Year-Old Version

The Lovebirds

The Lovebirds

The Prom

Meryl Streep and James Corden in The Prom

The Ballad of Buster Scruggs

The Ballad of Buster Scruggs

The Incredible Jessica James

The Incredible Jessica James

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Another stand-out Netflix Original comedy that embraces the cliches and makes them palatable thanks in large part to its spot-on casting. Jessica Williams stars as Jessica James, a twenty-something New Yorker reeling from her split with Damon (Lakeith Stanfield, who, yes, is playing another ex-boyfriend). The movie opens as she launches back into dating, her scathing, take-no-prisoners schtick an apparent turn off from the get-go. 

Enter Boone. Chris O’Dowd trots out his loveable Bridesmaids persona again as a fellow recent dumpee who immediately hits it off with Jessica. The fun explored between this pair is the shared heartache they each experience, that’s a neat story trick that works to unite them. Williams and O’Dowd’s chemistry is terrific, and their humour infectious.

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The 24 best Netflix comedies to watch right now

The best Netflix comedies aren’t hard to come by, because there’s just so many excellent movies streaming now. But, the sheer amount can make choosing your movie marathon line-up a difficult task – and that’s where we come in. We’ve rounded up the ultimate side-splitters to help you find your next laugh.
Whether you’re in the mood for a horror-comedy like Werewolves Within, something silly à la Jackass 4.5 or a more romantic title like To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before, Netflix has something for you. There’s big names like Will Ferrell and Rachel McAdams in Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga or Issa Rae and Kumail Nanjiani in The Lovebirds, along with classics like Monty Python’s Life of Brian, or a unique spin on the pandemic with Bo Burnham’s Inside. So, to get up to speed on the very best Netflix comedies, scroll on for our complete guide – and get ready to giggle.
The best Netflix movies
The best Netflix shows
The best Netflix comedies to watch right now
Jackass 4.5
(Image credit: Paramount)
Sometimes, you feel like watching a comedy with a decent plot that’s going to draw you in, make you care for the characters, and leave your cheeks hurting and your heart all warm and fuzzy. Other times, you just want to see a bunch of grown-ups willingly put themselves into uncomfortable, often painful situations and laugh at their misfortune. Enter Jackass 4.5, which pulls together deleted scenes from Jackass Forever. Johnny Knoxville, Danger Ehren, Steve-O, Dave England, Rachel Wolfson, Zach Holmes, Chris Pontius, Jasper Dolphin, Eric Manaka, Sean ‘Poopies’ McInerney, Wee Man, and Preston Lacy all feature. 
Don’t Look Up

(Image credit: Netflix)
The starry, Oscar-nominated dark comedy Don’t Look Up sees two astronomers trying to spread the message that a giant comet is going to wipe out life on Earth. Unfortunately, nobody seems to be listening. 
Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence star as astronomers Randall and Kate, while Meryl Streep is President Orlean, and Jonah Hill is her son and Chief of Staff. Mark Rylance, Timothée Chalamet, Tyler Perry, Cate Blanchett, and Ron Perlman co-star. Adam McKay directs. 
Inside

(Image credit: Netflix)
We haven’t included any of Netflix’s many stand-up comedy specials in this list of the best Netflix comedies, instead focussing on proper movies. However, Bo Burnham’s Inside falls into a very weird place of being both a comedy special, but also bordering on being a proper movie. 
Made and released during the Coronavirus pandemic, Inside is unlike anything else made across the same period. It starts off laugh-out-loud funny, with some great songs about white women’s Instagram profiles and Facetiming with your parents. However, it soon looks inward, with Burnham addressing depression and a growing discontent with the internet. We won’t spoil anything more, but the overall experience is a thought-provoking film.
The Mitchells vs. the Machines

Moxie

The Other Guys

Deidra & Laney Rob A Train

Set It Up

To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before

The Edge of Seventeen

Bad Trip

Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga

Always Be My Maybe

Someone Great

Monty Python’s Life of Brian

Werewolves Within

Dolemite Is My Name

The Fundamentals of Caring

Carrie Pilby

The Forty-Year-Old Version

The Lovebirds

The Prom

The Ballad of Buster Scruggs

The Incredible Jessica James

(Image credit: Netflix)
Another stand-out Netflix Original comedy that embraces the cliches and makes them palatable thanks in large part to its spot-on casting. Jessica Williams stars as Jessica James, a twenty-something New Yorker reeling from her split with Damon (Lakeith Stanfield, who, yes, is playing another ex-boyfriend). The movie opens as she launches back into dating, her scathing, take-no-prisoners schtick an apparent turn off from the get-go. 
Enter Boone. Chris O’Dowd trots out his loveable Bridesmaids persona again as a fellow recent dumpee who immediately hits it off with Jessica. The fun explored between this pair is the shared heartache they each experience, that’s a neat story trick that works to unite them. Williams and O’Dowd’s chemistry is terrific, and their humour infectious.
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The 24 best Netflix comedies to watch right now

The best Netflix comedies aren’t hard to come by, because there’s just so many excellent movies streaming now. But, the sheer amount can make choosing your movie marathon line-up a difficult task – and that’s where we come in. We’ve rounded up the ultimate side-splitters to help you find your next laugh.
Whether you’re in the mood for a horror-comedy like Werewolves Within, something silly à la Jackass 4.5 or a more romantic title like To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before, Netflix has something for you. There’s big names like Will Ferrell and Rachel McAdams in Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga or Issa Rae and Kumail Nanjiani in The Lovebirds, along with classics like Monty Python’s Life of Brian, or a unique spin on the pandemic with Bo Burnham’s Inside. So, to get up to speed on the very best Netflix comedies, scroll on for our complete guide – and get ready to giggle.
The best Netflix movies
The best Netflix shows
The best Netflix comedies to watch right now
Jackass 4.5
(Image credit: Paramount)
Sometimes, you feel like watching a comedy with a decent plot that’s going to draw you in, make you care for the characters, and leave your cheeks hurting and your heart all warm and fuzzy. Other times, you just want to see a bunch of grown-ups willingly put themselves into uncomfortable, often painful situations and laugh at their misfortune. Enter Jackass 4.5, which pulls together deleted scenes from Jackass Forever. Johnny Knoxville, Danger Ehren, Steve-O, Dave England, Rachel Wolfson, Zach Holmes, Chris Pontius, Jasper Dolphin, Eric Manaka, Sean ‘Poopies’ McInerney, Wee Man, and Preston Lacy all feature. 
Don’t Look Up

(Image credit: Netflix)
The starry, Oscar-nominated dark comedy Don’t Look Up sees two astronomers trying to spread the message that a giant comet is going to wipe out life on Earth. Unfortunately, nobody seems to be listening. 
Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence star as astronomers Randall and Kate, while Meryl Streep is President Orlean, and Jonah Hill is her son and Chief of Staff. Mark Rylance, Timothée Chalamet, Tyler Perry, Cate Blanchett, and Ron Perlman co-star. Adam McKay directs. 
Inside

(Image credit: Netflix)
We haven’t included any of Netflix’s many stand-up comedy specials in this list of the best Netflix comedies, instead focussing on proper movies. However, Bo Burnham’s Inside falls into a very weird place of being both a comedy special, but also bordering on being a proper movie. 
Made and released during the Coronavirus pandemic, Inside is unlike anything else made across the same period. It starts off laugh-out-loud funny, with some great songs about white women’s Instagram profiles and Facetiming with your parents. However, it soon looks inward, with Burnham addressing depression and a growing discontent with the internet. We won’t spoil anything more, but the overall experience is a thought-provoking film.
The Mitchells vs. the Machines

Moxie

The Other Guys

Deidra & Laney Rob A Train

Set It Up

To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before

The Edge of Seventeen

Bad Trip

Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga

Always Be My Maybe

Someone Great

Monty Python’s Life of Brian

Werewolves Within

Dolemite Is My Name

The Fundamentals of Caring

Carrie Pilby

The Forty-Year-Old Version

The Lovebirds

The Prom

The Ballad of Buster Scruggs

The Incredible Jessica James

(Image credit: Netflix)
Another stand-out Netflix Original comedy that embraces the cliches and makes them palatable thanks in large part to its spot-on casting. Jessica Williams stars as Jessica James, a twenty-something New Yorker reeling from her split with Damon (Lakeith Stanfield, who, yes, is playing another ex-boyfriend). The movie opens as she launches back into dating, her scathing, take-no-prisoners schtick an apparent turn off from the get-go. 
Enter Boone. Chris O’Dowd trots out his loveable Bridesmaids persona again as a fellow recent dumpee who immediately hits it off with Jessica. The fun explored between this pair is the shared heartache they each experience, that’s a neat story trick that works to unite them. Williams and O’Dowd’s chemistry is terrific, and their humour infectious.
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