Created by Greg Daniels and Steve Carell for Netflix, Space Force is an American workplace comedy-drama series that premiered on May 29, 2020, and running now with a second season. The series centres on a group of people who are tasked with establishing the sixth branch of the United States Armed Forces, the United States Space Force. The series got mixed to positive reviews, and it is liked by the audience, claiming it is a comfortable series. Well, in today's article, the viewers are provided with 12 more series just like Space Force. So, read further to know more! The Office The first series on the list is "The Office", developed by Greg Daniels and based on The Office by Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant. It is an American sitcom drama series that aired from March 24, 2005, to May 16, 2013. A long 9 seasons of 22 to 42 minutes each generally received favourable reviews. The series shows the everyday work life of office employees and their personal life. As the series progresses, some viewers compare it with other series and call it a "less of a British one", but despite all this, the series wins over the hearts of its audience and is nominated for many awards. Where to Watch The Office: The series was premiered on NBC, but it is also available on Netflix. Upload Created by Greg Daniels, Upload is an American science fiction drama series that got released under the production of 3 Arts Entertainment, Reunion Pacific Entertainment, Baral-Waley Productions, and Amazon Studios. The series premiered on May 1, 2020, and running till now with the second season of 7 episodes. A long 25 to 40 minutes long series centres on the protagonist Nathan Brown. The series is set in 2033, where people can upload their souls after death. After Nathan die, his girlfriend uploaded his soul but, he was murdered and that mystery opened up in the latter part of the series. Well, the series can be best for those who are science and imagination lovers. Where to Watch Upload: The series was released on Amazon Prime Video. Avenue 5 Avenue 5 is once again a science fiction comedy television series that is created by Armando Iannucci. Released under Dundee Productions, Avenue 5 is a space cruise that is mostly set in the future. With a single mistake, the cruise will return after 3 months on the earth, and how the crew members and the passengers will stay on the limited supply for this period is a task. Season 1 of the series premiered on January 19, 2020, and got renewed for a second one in February 2020. The series is highly liked by the audience, praising the direction of Armando Iannucci. Where to Watch Avenue 5: The series was released on HBO in the United States and, on Sky UK in the United Kingdom. ALSO READ: 10 SHOWS LIKE PACHINKO THAT ARE MUST-WATCH! The Orville Created by Seth MacFarlane, The Orville is an American science fiction and adventurous series that got released under the production of Fuzzy Door Productions and 20th Television. The series ran from September 10, 2017, to April 25, 2019, with two seasons. Although the first season did not well received by the audience and got negative ratings, the second instalment did better and was well received by the audience. The Orville presents USS Orville, a titular spacecraft, and its adventures. Where to Watch The Orville: The first two seasons of the series aired on Fox, and a third instalment will premiere on Hulu. Veep Premiering from April 22, 2012, to May 12, 2019, Veep is once again a masterpiece of Armando Iannucci. Based on his sitcom series "The Thick of It", Veep is a political satire comedy-drama series that focuses on Selina Meyer, vice president of the United States. The series focuses on her personal and professional life, relationships with others, and how she deals with and sustains her political career. A total of 7 seasoned drama series in the period of 26 to 30 minutes each, the series received critical acclaim and won many nominations. The audience liked the storyline and the writing of the series and praised the acting of the lead roles. Where to Watch Veep: The series is available to watch on HBO. Silicon Valley Silicon Valley, created by Mike Judge, John Altschuler, and Dave Krinsky is an American comedy TV series. It ran from April 6, 2014, to December 8, 2019, with a total of 6 seasons. A parody of Silicon Valley culture, the series focuses on a programmer Richard Hendricks, who has founded Pied Piper. His struggles, accomplishments, and rivalry with other companies is the major concept of the series. Released under the production of Judgemental Films, Altschuler Krinsky Works with Alec Berg Inc., the series received critical acclaim for the good writing and humour it presents, and hence won many nominations. Where to Watch Silicon Valley: The series premiered on HBO in the United States, Sky Atlantic in the United Kingdom, The Comedy Channel in Australia, SoHo in New Zealand, and Hotstar in India. The series is also available to stream on Sky GO, NEON, and Blinkbox. NEXT-READ: 16 SHOWS LIKE TWENTY-FIVE TWENTY ONE YOU MUST WATCH! Intelligence Premiering on February 21, 2020, and running till now, Intelligence is an American sitcom drama series created by Nick Mohammed. A long 20 to 25 minutes long series, it revolves around an NSA agent, David Schwimmer, who is assigned to act as liaison to the cyber crimes unit in the UK's Government Communications Headquarters. Where to Watch Intelligence: The series premiered on Sky One in the UK and on Peacock in the US. Brooklyn 99 Created by Dan Goor and Michael Schur, Brooklyn 99 is a police procedural sitcom series that aired from September 17, 2013, to September 16, 2021, for a total of eight seasons. Released under the production of Fremulon, Dr. Goor Productions, 3 Arts Entertainment, and Universal Television, the series is highly acclaimed by the audience, leading to winning many achievements and awards. The viewers described the series as one of the most unpredictable funniest series that took a different path to show the police department. Where to Watch Brooklyn 99: The first five seasons of the series premiered on Fox, with the last two seasons picked up by NBC. It is also available on Canadian network Citytv, TruTV, TBS, ER in the United Kingdom, RTÈ2 in Ireland, and TV2 in New Zealand. It is also available to stream on Comedy Central India in South Asia, SABC3 in South Africa, and Netflix UK has also acquired its rights Parks And Recreation Created by Greg Daniels and Michael Schur, Parks and Recreation is an American political satire documentary series that aired from April 9, 2009, to February 24, 2015, with a total of seven seasons. Released under the production of Open 4 Business Productions and Deedle-Dee Productions, season 1 of the series received mixed reviews from the audience but, as the series progresses, it is highly acclaimed by the audience and praised for the good writing. It has, till now, won many awards and nominations. The series focuses on Leslie Knope, deputy director of the Parks and Recreation Department, who is on a project to transform a pit into a park. Where to Watch Parks And Recreation: The series was originally released on NBC. Internationally, it got premiered on 7mate in Australia, City in Canada, Zee Cafe in India, Jack TV in the Philippines, M-net in South Africa, and BBC Four in the UK. ALSO READ: 12 SHOWS LIKE DEADLY CLASS THAT’S WORTH GIVING A WATCH! Future Man Future Man is an American comedy streaming television series created by Howard Overman, Kyle Hunter, and Ariel Shaffir that got released under the production of Matt Tolmach Productions and Turkeyfoot Productions. Premiering from November 14, 2017, to April 3, 2020, the series follows a janitor, Josh Futturman to save the earth. The compelling chemistry between the characters with a good sense of humour that presents within the series is a major thing that is liked by the audience. Where to Watch Future Man: The series is released on the Hulu network. Community An American television sitcom series, Community, created by Dan Harmon, ran from September 17, 2009, to April 17, 2009, for 6 seasons. Released under the production of Open 4 Business Productions, Universal Television, and Dan Harmon Productions, the series is set at a community college and shows the relationship of every character with others. The series generated good ratings and reviews. Where to Watch Community: The first five seasons aired on NBC and the rest on Yahoo! Screen. Internationally, the series is available on Stan in Australia and All 4 in the United Kingdom. It is also available for streaming on Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime Video. Philip K. Dick's Electric Dreams Developed by Ronald D. Moore and Michael Dinner, Philip K. Dick's Electric Dreams is a science fiction drama series based on short stories by Philip K. Dick. A long 50 minutes episodic series aired from September 17, 2017, to March 19, 2018, and generally got favourable ratings, pointing out its optimistic tone and production. Where to Watch Philip K. Dick's Electric Dreams: The series is available to stream on Channel 4. 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