A poll voted Seinfeld as the best sitcom ever

According to a poll by the “60 minutes” TV show and “Vanity Fair” magazine, the Seinfeld series was voted as the best series in the history of american television. Seinfeld got 22%, while the rest of the shows that followed as audience favorites, were The Honeymooners (20%), Friends (16%), Cheers (14%), Arrested Development (7%), Mary Tyler Moore (6%) and 30 Rock (5%).

The Seinfeld series was first aired on July 5th 1989, ended on May 14th 1998, and was created by Larry David and Jerry Seinfeld, with the latter being of course the main star. His good friend (Jason Alexander), his former relationship (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) and his awesome weirdo neighbor (Michael Richards), comprised this particular gang that lived in Manhattan and lived through crazy daily situations.

In other results to questions the poll asked the audience, it became apparent there was a consensus between men and women that men are the funnier of the two sexes. Sexual violence is the subject that Americans believe should stay away from comedy series, while most Americans do not know who Judd Apatow is. Now is that a good or bad thing?

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