Dad's Army – 1968 to 1977 – This classic British comedy focuses on Home Guard volunteers preparing for German invasion during WWII.
Damned – 2016 to present – Alan Davies (Jonathan Creek) stars in this series about workers in a social services department.
Dead Boss – 2012 – Wrongly convicted of killing her boss, Helen Stephens thinks she’ll surely be cleared soon, except that everyone around her seems to want to keep her in prison.
Dead Ernest – 1982 – Ernest is killed with a champagne cork, then heads off to heaven where the adventure begins.
Dead Pixels – 2019 to present – Three mates spend most of their time playing a role-playing game or thinking about playing a role-playing game.
Dear Green Place – 2007 to 2008 – This Scottish comedy is set in a park in Glasgow, with episodes focusing on various issues in park maintenance.
Dear John – 1986 to 1987 – A man returns home to find his wife has broken up with him in a note.
Dear Mother, Love Albert – 1969 to 1972 – An idealistic young northerner heads to London to make his fortune, but falls somewhat short.
Defending the Guilty – 2018 to present – A young barrister learns the ropes from a mentor who hopes to teach him that winning is more important than justice.
Demob – 1993 – After WWII, two soldiers get involved in some questionable deals while trying to adjust to civilian life.
Derek – 2012 to 2014 – Ricky Gervais works as a simple-minded nursing home nurse assistant doing the best he can in spite of the challenges.
Derry Girls – 2017 to present – This coming-of-age comedy follows the life of a 16-year-old girl and her family during the Troubles.
Desmond's – 1989 to 1994 – Desmond runs a barber shop, and it becomes a sort of gathering place for odd characters in the neighbourhood.
Detectorists – 2014 to 2017 – Two quirky friends scan the fields of England with metal detectors, hoping for the big find that will finally let them do the gold dance.
Dinnerladies – 1998 to 2000 – Comedian Victoria Wood stars in this classic sitcom about workers in a factory canteen.
Distant Shores – 2005 to 2008 – When a plastic surgeon's veterinarian wife gets a job on a small island, he has to adapt to the lifestyle to hold onto his wife.
Doc Martin – 2004 to 2019 – After developing a fear of blood and leaving his career as a surgeon, a cantankerous doctor moves to a small Cornish village to practice.
Doctor at the Top – 1991 – This comedy takes a look at the personal and professional lives of doctors.
Don't Drink the Water – 1974 to 1975 – This series was designed as a sequel to On the Buses, and it's set in Spain.
Don't Forget the Driver – 2019 to present – Toby Jones (Detectorists) stars as a coach driver and single father whose life is pretty boring until a dead body shows up along the beach in his small town.
Don't Rock the Boat – 1982 to 1983 – Nigel runs a small yacht building company, and his shrill-voiced daughter and clumsy son-in-law provide comic relief.
Don't Wait Up – 1983 to 1990 – As a man is getting divorced, his father decides to do the same and move in with him.
Down to Earth – 2000 to 2005 – Faith and Brian try to maintain a holiday home in Devon for children who might not otherwise get to see the countryside.
Dr. Willoughby – 1999 – This series focuses on the cast of a soap opera, both on the set and off it.
Dressing for Breakfast – 1995 to 1998 – A 29-year-old jewelry designer attempts to find “the one” while dealing with interference from her left-wing activist mother.
Drifters – 2013 to 2016 – Three young women live quite disastrously in Leeds.
Drop the Dead Donkey – 1990 to 1998 – This classic series looks at a TV news company and the odd characters who work there.
Duty Free – 1984 to 1986 – Two couples meet on holiday in Spain, and sparks fly in all the wrong places.
Early Doors – 2003 to 2004 – In Greater Manchester, pub landlord Ken runs his business, worries about his daughter, and tries to get over his wife leaving him for his best friend.
Edge of Heaven – 2014 – In Margate, a close-knit but quirky family runs a 1980s-themed guest house.
Empty – 2008 – This short-lived Scottish comedy explores what happens when the Greater Glasgow Building Services comes to your home.
Episodes – 2011 to 2018 – Two married TV producers are offered a deal in the US, and then everything goes wrong.
Ever Decreasing Circles – 1984 to 1989 – An obsessively detail-oriented man drives his wife crazy. Then, a new and more laidback man moves into the neighborhood and catches her eye.
Executive Stress – 1986 to 1988 – Penelope Keith stars in this sitcom about a couple forced to go undercover to work together, only to have the wife become the husband's boss.
Extras – 2005 to 2007 – Ricky Gervais stars as an actor reduced to working as an extra.
Eyes Down – 2003 to 2004 – This sitcom follows the hardworking staff in a bingo hall.
Faith in the Future – 1995 to 1998 – Faith is enjoying her new single life when her daughter suddenly moves back in with her.
Famalam – 2018 to present – This quirky sketch comedy includes bits about everything from Nollywood to “Midsomer F*kn Murders”, where a large black 70s NYC cop shows up in a quiet English village.
Father Dear Father – 1968 to 1973 – A single father deals with his two daughters, his agent Georgy, a big St. Bernard called HG, and of course, the nanny.
Father, Dear Father in Australia – 1978 – When Patrick's brother has an emergency, Patrick and the nanny fly to Australia to look out for his brother's two teen age daughters.
Father Ted – 1995 to 1998 – Father Ted lives with two other very strange priests on the not-so-quiet Craggy Island in Ireland.
Fawlty Towers – 1975 to 1979 – John Cleese and Prunella Scales star in this classic British comedy about a very poorly managed hotel.
Fergus's Wedding – 2002 – Ireland – A young Irish couple plans their wedding, but neither of them pass up opportunities for flings.
Ffizz – 1987 to 1989 – Jack and Hugo are wine merchants who drink away their profits and have to find jobs.
Filthy Rich & Catflap – 1987 – This sitcom was a short-lived satire about a wannabe actor, his agent, and his drunken bodyguard.
First of the Summer Wine – 1988 to 1989 – Set during World War II, First of the Summer Wine was a prequel to Last of the Summer Wine.
Flat TV – 2016 – Two young men reimagine their boring lives as parodies of various TV shows.
Fleabag – 2016 to present – While trying to come to terms with a tragedy, a young woman makes a mess of her personal life and relationships.
Flowers – 2016 to present – This dark comedy about an eccentric British family stars Olivia Colman and Julian Barratt.
For the Love of Ada – 1970 to 1971 – A London widow embarks on a relationship with the Yorkshireman who dug her husband's grave.
Freezing – 2008 to 2010 – Agent Leon moves into the house with Matt, a British publisher, and Elizabeth, an American actress.
French & Saunders – 1987 to 2017 – Comedy team French and Saunders do sketches about life, TV, and movies.
French Fields – 1989 to 1991 – A British couple moves to France and has difficulties adjusting to French culture.
Fresh Fields – 1984 to 1986 – A suburban couple must find new hobbies and interests after their children leave the nest.
Fresh Meat – 2011 to 2016 – Six friends prepare to go off to university.
Friday Night Dinner – 2011 to present – Two Jewish brothers always come home to mum and dad's for Friday dinner, and it's never dull.
Fried – 2014 to 2015 – This sitcom about a struggling fried chicken shop provides a great example of what not to do when it comes to hiring employees.
Fun at the Funeral Parlour – 2001 to 2002 – This strange series focuses on a Welsh father and his three sons as they run the Thomas, Thomas, Thomas and Thomas funeral parlour together.