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Maggie & Her – 1976 to 1979 – A divorced schoolteacher lives next door to a nosy neighbour who constantly interferes in her attempts to find love.

Man About the House – 1973 to 1976 – After a party, two women wake up to find a man in their bathtub. In need of a roommate, they ask him to stay on. 

Man Down – 2013 to present – Dan is a child trapped in a man’s body, and he’s not loving adulthood. 

Mann's Best Friends – 1985 – A fussy retired man moves into a boarding house full of strange and unpredictable characters. 

Marion & Geoff – 2000 to 2003 – A taxi driver tells the story of his failed marriage after his wife leaves him for a work friend. 

Marley's Ghosts – 2015 to 2016 – After an accident, Marley is haunted by the ghosts of her husband, her lover, and a local vicar. 

Marriage Lines – 1961 to 1966 – This sitcom talks about what really happens in marriages. 

Material Girl – 2010 – A young fashion designer goes up against numerous obstacles to make her way in a cutthroat industry. 

Maxxx – 2017 to present – An ex-boy band member turned laughingstock hopes to make a comeback with the help of his ambitious new manager. 1

May to December – 1989 to 1994 – A widowed Scottish solicitor falls in love with a much younger physical education teacher. 

Me & Mrs. Jones – 2012 – Recently divorced Gemma is tempted by her son's friend. Will she be able to resist?

Men Behaving Badly – 1992 to 2014 – Two men in their thirties try to be responsible with the help of their girlfriends. 

Mid Morning Matters with Alan Partridge – 2010 to 2016 – DJ Alan talks about how the radio business works. 

Mind Your Language – 1977 to 1986 – A language teacher helps immigrants learn English, but it’s not always easy. 

Minder – 1979 to 1994 – Dodgy wheeler and dealer Arthur Daley hires former boxer and generally good guy Terry McCann as his bodyguard.

Minder – 2009 – This modern remake of the classic series about a hustler and his good guy bodyguard only lasted one series due to poor reception. 

Miranda – 2009 to 2015 – Socially-awkward Miranda runs a joke shop with her best friend and spends much of her time trying not to make a fool of herself.

Misfits – 2009 to 2013 – Misfit offenders develop superpowers when they are struck by lightning. 

Miss Jones & Son – 1977 to 1978 – A young mother brings her child up alone in London after the journalist father runs out. 

Mister Winner – 2017 to present – A nice bloke with questionable luck must find a job, save for a honeymoon, and hang onto his fiancé. 

Mixed Blessings – 1978 to 1980 – A mixed race couple tries to get on while dealing with families that don't approve. 

Monday Monday – 2009 – This workplace dramedy takes place in the corporate HQ of a grocery company recently forced to relocate. 

Monkey Dust – 2003 to 2005 – This darkly satirical animated series covers a variety of controversial topics.  

Moone Boy – 2012 to 2015 – A young boy’s imaginary friend helps him deal with life in a small Irish town. 

Motherland – 2016 to 2018 – This sitcom explores the dark side of motherhood and parenting in the middle-class world. 

Mount Pleasant – 2011 to present – This light-hearted series follows the day-to-day lives of families in Mount Pleasant. 

Mr. Bean – 1990 to 1995 – Bumbling Mr. Bean rarely speaks and has some very peculiar ways of doing things, but it usually works out for him. 

Mrs. Brown's Boys – 2011 to present – The matriarch of an Irish family with 6 children loves to meddle in their lives. 

Mrs. Thursday – 1966 to 1967 – Kindly housekeeper Mrs. Thursday gets everything when her boss dies. 1__ 2__ 3__

Mulberry – 1992 to 1993 – The son of Death and Springtime is supposed to start his job as the Grim Reaper by collecting Miss Fanaby, but doesn't get the job done. 1__ 2__

Mum – 2016 to present – After her husband dies, a woman tries to rebuild her life amidst all manner of problems from family and friends.

Mumbai Calling – 2007 to 2008 – A British-born Indian man is sent to take over operations at a Mumbai call center because management thinks he'll be able to identify with the workers. 

Murder Most Horrid – 1991 to 1999 – Dawn French stars in this dark comedy anthology that pokes fun at the conventions of the old horror and thriller anthology shows.

Mutual Friends – 2008 – Martin and Patrick come together when Martin's best friend takes his own life. 

My Family – 2000 to 2011 – A grumpy dentist and his busy wife struggle to find enough time and energy for each other and their children. 

My Good Friend – 1995 to 1996 – Two lonely old pensioners meet a single mother and her son, forming a relationship that works for all of them. 

My Hero – 2000 to 2007 – A superhero from planet Ultron tries to blend into human life as George Sunday. 

My Mad Fat Diary – 2013 to 2015 – In 1996 Lincolnshire, a young girl attempts to readjust to life after getting out of a psychiatric facility. 

My Old Man – 1974 to 1975 – An opinionated old Yorkshireman lives under the same roof as his daughter and son-in-law. 

My Wife Next Door – 1972 to 1973 – When George and Suzie divorce, they both move to the country and find themselves living next door to one another. 

Nathan Barley – 2005 – After publishing a rant about idiot scenesters, a man is horrified to find himself the object of their admiration. 

Nearest & Dearest – 1968 to 1973 – Sister and brother Eli and Nellie take over the family business after the death of their father. Eli doesn't want to focus on the business. 

Never Say Die – 1987 – A single mother is appointed as warden in a housing block full of hard-to-control elderly residents.

Nighty Night – 2004 to 2005 – This black comedy focuses on a narcissistic sociopath and the horrible things she does to manipulate the people around her. 

No Angels – 2004 to 2006 – This sitcom shows us what nurses get up to in their off-hours.

No Heroics – 2008 to 2009 – Superheroes exist in modern-day London, but they still have to do their shopping and laundry like the rest of us. 

No Job for a Lady – 1990 to 1992 – Penelope Keith stars in this comedy about a suburban woman and newly-elected MP for the left-wing Labour Party. 

No Place Like Home – 1983 to 1988 – Arthur and Beryl were looking forward to their empty nest years, but it's not meant to be in this comedy. A very young Martin Clunes makes an appearance. 

No, Honestly – 1974 to 1975 – C.D. and Clara tell stories about how they met and fell in love.

No, That's Me Over Here – 1967 to 1970 – Ronnie Corbett struggles in the midst of suburban status races.

Nobody's House – 1978 – The ghost of a young boy haunts a family's new home. 

Northern Lights – 2006 – Robson Green and Mark Benton are best friends with an intense rivalry. 

Not Going Out – 2006 to present – This comedy showcases the misadventures of Lee, a young slacker in a mysteriously spacious London flat. 

Not in Front of the Children – 1967 to 1970 – Only 8 episodes remain of this series about a scatter-brained young mother. 

Not on Your Nellie – 1974 to 1975 – A spinster inherits a shabby London pub and decides to give running it a go. 

Not the Nine O'Clock News – 1979 to 1982 – This sketch news comedy features Mel Smith and Rowan Atkinson. 

Not with a Bang – 1990 – After a lab accident, only four people are left on earth. 

Nurse – 2015 – This sitcom follows a psychiatric nurse, her patients, and her coworkers in a small community. 

Off the Hook – 2009 – Danny is ready for a fresh start at university, but an old mate shows up to ruin those plans. 

Oh Brother! – 1968 to 1970 – A new monk has good intentions, but his frequent mishaps frustrate the monastery leaders. 

Oh Father! – 1973 – In this follow-up to Oh Brother!, Derek Nimmo plays a clumsy and awkward monk recently promoted from Brother to Father. 

Oh No It's Selwyn Froggit – 1974 to 1977 – A lovable buffoon livens up a sleepy Yorkshire village. 

Oh, Doctor Beeching! – 1995 to 1997 – Dr. Beeching was a man whose study of the British railways was used to make sweeping cuts around the country. This series takes place at a small branch line station threatened by those cuts. 

On the Buses – 1969 to 1973 – A bus driver and his coworkers are more interested in women than doing their jobs. 

On the Up – 1990 to 1992 – A self-made millionaire seems to be surrounded by people who make his life harder.

Only Fools & Horses – 1981 to 2003 – This comedy follows a couple of dodgy brothers always out for the big score.

Only When I Laugh – 1979 to 1982 – Three patients cause headaches for hospital staff. 

Open All Hours – 1973 to 1985 – A tightwad shopkeeper works hard alongside his long-suffering nephew in this classic British sitcom. 

Oscar's Hotel for Fantastical Creatures – 2015 – When Oscar leaves town, he appoints his nephew to manage his hotel full of strange creatures. 

Our Ex-Wife – 2016 – Jack's unhinged ex-wife Hillary is determined to destroy his newfound happiness. 

Outnumbered – 2007 to 2014 – This semi-improvised comedy explores the harsh and occasionally hilarious reality of being outnumbered by your children. 

Outside Edge – 1994 to 1996 – Brenda Blethyn stars in this comedy about two couples who run a local cricket team and see things very differently. 

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