Critics' Choice Awards: Which show should win Best Comedy Series?
Are aspiring rappers and invisible cars up your alley? Or do you prefer the absurdity of politics? How about a group of tech geniuses stumbling their way to the top?
Channels and platforms such as FX, Netflix, and Amazon are putting out more high-quality content than ever, which makes the job for viewers and critics that much tougher. On Sunday, the Critics' Choice Awards, presented in partnership with EW, will air at 8 p.m. ET on A&E, where the critics will hand out their hardware for the best in film and TV, but first we want you to weigh in on what show should win Best Comedy Series.
The contenders consist of Donald Glover's revolutionary Atlanta, the Anthony Anderson and Tracee Ellis Ross-fronted family comedy Black-ish, Phoebe Waller-Bridge's hilariously tragic Fleabag, former champion in this category Modern Family, host T.J. Miller's past winner Silicon Valley, and the Julia Louis-Dreyfus-led political satire Veep.
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Created by and starring Donald Glover, this absurdist FX comedy follows two cousins and their best friend as they try to make it in the titular city's rap scene.