How To Know If Netflix’s Original Show ‘F is For Family’ Is Right For You | Celebrity Page

Season four of the beloved Bill Burr Netflix comedy F is for Family is out now!

'F is for Family'

F is for Family tells the story of Bill Burr's childhood in the 1970's and has earned a spot at number eleven on Ranker's list of 15 Criminally Underrated Animated Shows.

'BoJack Horseman'

If you're already a fan of the show Bojack Horseman, a show centered around a beloved sitcom horse and his now downfall in Hollywood, then you're more likely to love F is for Family. Both shows have a bit of a cynical vibe featuring flawed characters, that somehow still make fans root for them. The stories featured in both shows have a way of pulling at viewers heartstrings.

'Big Mouth'

Another similar show is Big Mouth, a show focused on teenage friends figuring out the wonders and horrors of puberty. It also a Netflix original series. Big Mouth emphasizes the difficult transitions that come with growing into adulthood. If you seem to be drawn to the show and its specific and comedic way of addressing growing up, then F is for Family should be right for you!


Lastly, if you're a fan of the show Disenchantment, a show revolving around the adventures of a hard-drinking princess and her elf, F is for Family is definitely right for you.

Make sure to tune into Netflix to stream the new season of F is for Family now!

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