Dunno if it was suggested but Wilfred maybe?
Laugh tracks (or real audiences in some cases) have become a thing I learn to tune out.
And if you're okay with something strictly comedy and no plot then Impractical Jokers.
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edit: just thought of a few animated series.
Moral Orel is a solid dramedy about growing up in an overly religious town.
The Boondocks is a good commentary on race issues, this and Moral Orel are great if you have an aversion to South Park, but want satire.
Bob's Burgers is pretty damn quirky and fun.
Assuming late-night stuff is an option, watch Craig Ferguson if you haven't yet, and Jimmy Kimmel.