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Here are the top ten articles for the Sitcoms Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!

1. Bubble Season, what is it?
Itís that time of year when the big networks start looking at their current lineup for the fall schedule. They examine which programs are bringing in the viewers and which arenít.

2. Writing a Sitcom - Settings
If you have ever thought of writing a sitcom, one of the components is the setting where the main story takes place. This refresher should help you come up with different settings you could use for your sitcom.

3. Two and a Half Men-The problem with Charlie
Can a hit television show survive the exit of a major star? Two and a Half Men might want to look back at programs that successfully went forward with a new star.

4. ABC's New Sitcoms
A look at the pilots of "Cavemen" and "Carpoolers"

5. My Three Sons
One of the most successful sitcoms ever, the male-dominated My Three Sons continues in syndication to this day. Find out what the sons are doing now.

6. 30 Rock
What happens when a favorite sitcoms looses its mind and turns into a reality show?

7. WKRP in Cincinnati
The talented ensemble cast created a memorable sitcom featuring a quirky staff struggling to keep their radio station on the air in Cincinnati, Ohio.

8. High School Sitcoms
Before Superbad and High School Musical high school lived in sitcoms

9. Full House
One of the most popular sitcoms ever, Full House continues to thrill viewers through syndication.

10. Writing a Sitcom - Character Study
When you write a sitcom, the characters need to be full dimensional people. Here is a study of two different sitcom characters; Rose Nylund of "The Golden Girls" and Arthur Fonzarelli of "Happy Days". Try the writing exercise and see how you feel their characters would react in a similar situation.



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