Sally4Ever – 2018 to present – After 10 boring, suburban years, David asks Sally to marry him and she embarks on a fling with a woman.
Sando – 2018 to present – Australia – Sando is the queen of package furniture deals in Australia.
Saxondale – 2006 to 2007 – An ex-roadie with anger management issues shares his wisdom with the innocent assistant who helps in his pest control business.
School Bus – 2019 to present – This sitcom focuses on 12-year-old Noah Beckett and his daily time on the school bus.
Scot Squad – 2014 to present – This mockumentary follows Glasgow police officers as they encounter a variety of interesting scenarios.
Screaming – 1992 – A group of women share friendship and a man.
Scrotal Recall aka Lovesick – 2014 to present – After finding out he has an STD, a young man must attempt to contact former lovers to inform them of their possible fates.
Sean's Show – 1992 to 1993 – Comedian Sean Hughes stars in a sitcom about himself, aware that he's in a sitcom.
Second Thoughts – 1991 to 1994 – Middle-aged divorcees want to enter a relationship, but get resistance from the people around them.
Sensitive Skin – 2005 to 2007 – Joanna Lumley (Absolutely Fabulous) stars in this story of a mature woman and how she handles the problems in her life.
Shameless – 2004 to 2013 – The shameless Gallagher family lives, loves, and gets into trouble on a rundown Manchester housing estate.
Shane – 2017 to present – Shane introduces funny and interesting YouTube content.
Shelley – 1979 to 1984 – An educated neer-do-well and professional bum battles almost everyone in his life.
Shillingbury Tales – 1980 to 1981 – Londoners move to the countryside and meet loads of eccentric locals.
Shine on Harvey Moon – 1982 to 1995 – A man returns home from WWII to find his wife uninterested in their marriage, so he busies himself with local politics.
Siblings – 2014 to 2016 – Hannah and her younger brother Dan share a flat in London and bring about all manner of chaos with their selfish, carefree ways.
Sick Note – 2017 to present – When a man is believed to be fatally ill, he finds that people are nicer to him. When he finds out the truth, he thinks he may continue the pretense. Sick of It – 2018 to present – Karl is a bored taxi driver who lives with his elderly aunt and deals with an outspoken inner voice.
Sink or Swim – 1980 to 1982 – Brian's life is already messy, then his lazy brother comes to London and makes things worse.
Sitting Pretty – 1992 to 1993 – When a woman's wealthy husband dies and leaves her penniless, she moves back in with her rural family.
Slinger's Day – 1986 to 1987 – A London supermarket manager deals with an inept staff. This series is a continuation of Tripper's Day after the death of its lead.
Smith & Jones – 1989 to 1998 – In this follow-up to Alas Smith and Jones, the duo continues to perform short sketches about modern life, many of which are in poor taste.
Snakes & Ladders – 1989 to present – Set in the “future” of 1999, a noble decides his son needs real life experience in the cold and impoverished north, while a poor man is sent down to luxurious southern England in his place.
Snuff Box – 2006 – Two hangmen are competitive, constantly trying to outdo each other when it comes to matters of women and money.
So Awkward – 2015 to 2017 – This Manchester-based series follows three socially awkward teenage girls.
So Haunt Me – 1992 to 1994 – When a family moves into their new home, they find the ghost of a Jewish woman still occupies it.
So You Think You've Got Troubles – 1991 to present – A secular Jew is transferred to work in heavily Christian and Catholic Belfast.
Soft Border Patrol – 2018 to present – In this satirical comedy, a border agency keeps track of those who wander the border between the EU and the UK.
Some Girls – 2012 to 2014 – Four South London schoolgirls deal with life, love, and growing up.
Some Mothers Do ‘Ave Em – 1973 to 1978 – Accident-prone Frank can’t seem to do anything right, aside from marrying a very tolerant woman.
Sorry – I'm a Stranger Here Myself – 1981 to 1982 – Henpecked librarian Henry leaves his wife to go live in his childhood home, only to find it occupied by a punk squatter and surrounded by neighbours who don’t like him.
Sorry! – 1981 to 1988 – A 41 year old man's mother prevents him from leaving home.
Spaced – 1999 to 2001 – North Londoners Tim and Daisy pretend to be a couple so they can afford an apartment.
Spitting Image – 1984 to 1996 – Major public figures are turned into puppets to satirize British life.
Spooner's Patch – 1979 to 1982 – This sitcom revolves around the general incompetence and corruption of a small suburban police department.
Spring & Autumn – 1972 to 1976 – After his home is demolished, an old railway worker goes to live in a high-rise with his daughter, eventually befriending a 12-year-old boy.
Spy – 2011 to 2012 – Tim thinks he’s applying for a civil servant job, but he’s offered a position as a spy trainee instead.
Starting Out – 1999 – A young girl is engaged to a boring businessman, but falls in love with an exciting footballer.
Stath Lets Flats – 2018 to present – Lettings agent Stath works in North London with his Greek father and tries to prove himself worthy of the family business.
Steptoe & Son – 1962 to 1974 – This classic British comedy centers around a father and son who are rag-and-bone men (junk collectors).
Still Game – 2002 to present – Still Game is a quirky Scottish comedy about three old men in a Glasgow high-rise.
Still Open All Hours – 2013 to present – After inheriting his uncle’s shop, Granville continues to run it as it’s always been run.
Sunshine – 2008 – Mr. Bing wants to do right, but his penchant for gambling always ruins things.
SunTrap – 2015 – When reporter Woody is framed by his boss, he hides out with an old journalist mentor on a Spanish Island.
Surgical Spirit – 1989 to 1995 – Although Sheila is a great surgeon, she sometimes has trouble navigating the hospital's “old boys network”.
Sykes – 1972 to 1979 – Twins take pleasure in annoying their snooty neighbor.
Take a Letter Mr. Jones – 1981 – This sitcom features a high-powered female executive fighting her way to the top with largely inept support staff.
Takin' Over the Asylum – 1994 – An employee in a mental hospital starts a radio station within the facility.
Tears Before Bedtime – 1995 – A middle-class British family wrestles with ways to achieve domestic harmony.
Telford's Change – 1979 – Though Telford has achieved great success in his banking career, he takes a step backwards to become a local branch manager in Dover.
Terri McIntyre – 2003 to 2004 – This Scottish comedy stars Simon Carlyle as the cross-dressing Terri McIntyre, owner of a Glasgow tanning salon. Series 2 includes David Tennant.
Terry & June – 1979 to 1987 – This sequel to Happy Ever After features the same couple and basic premise (empty nesters going about their lives), but it dropped Aunt Lucy and the mynah bird.
Thick as Thieves – 1974 – When burglar George is released from three years in prison, he finds his best friend has moved in with his wife, and he doesn’t want to kick either of them out.
This Country – 2017 to present – This sitcom looks at the lives of two young cousins living in The Cotswolds.
This is David Harper / This is David Lander – 1988 to 1990 – Stephen Fry and Tony Slattery each star in one season of this investigative journalism parody.
This is Going to Hurt – 2019 to present – This comedy-drama series is based on Adam Kay's time as a junior doctor.
Three Up, Two Down – 1985 to 1989 – Angie and Nick rent out their basement to her mother and his father, and it doesn't always go smoothly.
Threesome – 2011 to 2012 – A straight couple and their gay friend live together happily until an unplanned encounter results in pregnancy.
Time After Time – 1993 to 1995 – A convict attempts to go straight, but his family and friends aren't helping.
Timewasters – 2017 to present – A struggling London jazz band is sent back in time to the 1920s.
To the Manor Born – 1979 to 1981 – Penelope Keith stars in this series about an upper class woman forced to leave her home after her husband dies.
Together – 2015 – This short-lived sitcom focuses on a young couple in the early stages of their relationship.
Tourist Trap – 2018 to present – This sitcom follows a team responsible for promoting Welsh tourism.
Trevor's World of Sport – 2003 – This short-lived sitcom is set in the world of a sports PR firm.
Tripper's Day – 1984 – A northern manager is assigned to run a very challenging London supermarket.
Trivia – 2011 to 2012 – Ireland – A highly-dedicated quiz team leader in Ireland knows everything but how to deal with other people.
Trollied – 2011 to 2018 – Manager Gavin takes pride in his work at Valco, but his employees don’t always share the same enthusiasm.
Two Doors Down – 2016 to present – A normal Glaswegian couple are extremely tolerant of their annoying neighbors who seem intent on showing up each day to disturb their quiet evenings.
Two in Clover – 1969 to 1970 – Two frustrated office workers leave their jobs for the simple life on a farm.
Two Pints of Lager & a Packet of Crisps – 2001 to 2011 – In the northwestern town of Runcorn, a group of twentysomethings navigate early adulthood.
Two's Company – 1975 to 1979 – A female American author has trouble getting along with her male British butler.
Uncle – 2012 to 2017 – Andy is a man-child musician who has to grow up fast when he’s called upon to take care of his nephew.
Unfinished Business – 1998 to 1999 – After two lovers leave her and shake her faith in relationships, a woman runs into the first man to hurt her so many years prior.
Up Pompeii! – 1969 to 1970 – Lurcio is a slave in old Pompeii who spends most of his time trying to keep his owner’s family from fighting.
Upright – 2019 to present – Australia – Tim Minchin stars in this comedy about two misfits transporting an upright piano across Australia.
Up the Elephant & Round the Castle – 1983 to 1985 – Jim inherits a rundown home, but runs into trouble from a neighbor, hateful councilors, and a squatter.
Upstart Crow – 2016 to present – This sitcom gives us William Shakespeare, before he was famous.