10+ Underrated Television Shows

Timing is everything, both in life and with television. Shows come and go like ships in the night and often don't get the credit that they deserve.

These 10+ underrated television shows are examples of just that: incredible works that continue to not receive their due credit.

Take a look and see if you agree. Let us know what you think down below in the comments!

*How To Make It In America*.


If you were a fan of Entourage in the early days, then you'll likely remember the criminally underrated How To Make It In America.

Sadly, the show only stuck around for one season but that was more than enough to leave a lasting impression.

*Workin' Moms*.


What's amazing about Workin' Moms is how the show shines a less-than-glamorous, often hilarious light on the highs and lows of motherhood.

It's blunt, honest approach to humor, coupled with its relatability make Workin' Moms a must-watch - especially if you have kids.

*Castle Rock*.


If you're a fan of Stephen King's or just a horror fan in general, Castle Rock is about as scary as show as you could ever hope to find.

Set in an amalgamated universe of Stephen King's collected works, each season is new and more terrifying than the last.

*The Trailer Park Boys*.


The Trailer Park Boys is one of the longest-running sitcoms in the history of Canadian television.

While on the surface it might appear low-brow (and low budget), this colorful cast of characters helps to create one of the greatest satirical shows to ever hit the airwaves.

*Flight Of The Conchords*.


I miss this show so much. If you're a fan of dry, dead-pan humor then Flight of the Conchords is for you!

The show follows the musical misadventures of New Zealand's fourth most popular folk duo as they try to make it as professional musicians in America.


What made Scrubs an exciting show to watch was the fact that you never knew what each new episode could bring.

You were just as likely to laugh hysterically as you were to cry uncontrollably: often at the same time.

*Arrested Development*.


Arrested Development had to go and get itself canceled before the majority of people began to realize what an achievement it was (myself included).

Since then, Netflix has given it a second life. But it's those first 3 original seasons where the true gems are laid.



There's never been another show quite like Letterkenny. Out of all the shows on this list, it is undoubtedly the most divisive. All I can advise is that you keep an open mind.

You'll be glad that you did.



I came upon Superstore almost entirely by accident. In case my girlfriend is reading this, I'd do well to tell you that it was entirely her idea.

If you're a fan of The Office than you're going to love Superstore.


BBC America

There's a good chance that you might have seen the American remake: Gracepoint.

Needless to say, it doesn't hold a candle to the original BBC version. Broadchurch is a fast-paced crime thriller that will have you guessing right up until the very last minute.

*Rick And Morty*.

Rick and Morty has slowly been gaining a cult following. The brainchild of Dan Harmon (Community); the show revolves around young Morty and his wacky (but brilliant) grandfather, Rick.

It's crude, hilarious, and with no hidden agenda other than to leave you in hysterics.



Watching Matt LeBlanc play a washed-up, boozehound version of himself, is pure comedic gold.

If you thought he was funny as Joey on Friends, just wait until you see him tackle the most hilarious role of his career: himself!


DC Universe

Finally! A superhero show that's worth watching! No drawn out over-acting, and no cringe-worthy dialogue. Titans is a pure, adult, unfiltered representation of DC's most well-known superheroes.

It gives any Marvel show a serious run for its money and that includes Daredevil.

*Schitt's Creek*.


Can we stop calling Schitt's Creek underrated yet? Have enough people clued in and been made to realize what a proverbial comedic jackpot this show is?

Well, just in case you're still unsure: Schitt's Creek is brilliant.

*It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia*.


In the running for 'Greatest Sitcom of All Time', a lot of familiar names get tossed around: Seinfeld, The Office, Friends.

One show that you almost never hear mentioned is It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia. Which is a shame, because it's arguably better than any of the aforementioned.