What does sitcom mean?

Definitions for sitcom
ˈsɪtˌkɒmsit·com

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. situation comedy, sitcomnoun

    a humorous drama based on situations that might arise in day-to-day life

  2. situation comedy, sitcomnoun

    a humorous television program based on situations that could arise in everyday life

Freebase

  1. Sitcom

    Sitcom is a 1998 French surrealistic satire film written and directed by François Ozon. The story documents the moral decline of a once esteemed suburban family, whose descent into degeneracy begins with the purchase of a small white rat. The film's name is a direct reference to American sitcoms, which are noted for their focus on traditional family values and whimsical humour.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of sitcom in Chaldean Numerology is: 4

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of sitcom in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7

Examples of sitcom in a Sentence

  1. Executive Producer:

    Last Man Standing, the only similarities that we have with the‘Roseanne’show is that we’re a family sitcom and that the central character has a more conservative view.

  2. Bobby Moynihan:

    Even my character in ‘Me, Myself I’ is the 'adult' in my best friend relationship with Bobby’s character. His life has come to a crashing halt at age 40, and he’s living in my garage as a struggling inventor in a co-parenting relationship with an 8-year-old daughter. it’s a very sweet and relatable sitcom, but it’s going to be filmed in a very interesting way.

  3. Chuck Lorre:

    We were reading articles about how kids here and in England were gravitating to STEM fields, both in high school and college, because they’d been impacted by the show, ‘The Big Bang Theory’ actually caused them to look into science and technology and math as career goals. You don’t set out to make a sitcom anticipating you might cause somebody to change their life.

  4. Jerry Seinfeld:

    I remember I was in a cab one time and the cab driver said to me, ‘Why did you stop doing that show? It was very successful.' And I and I said to him, well, I was at a point we had done it for nine years and I realized I could go off the air right now and the show could be a legend. I could be a legend of the sitcom world or I could make some more money. I could risk that to make some more money. I said, what would you do? He said, 'I'd go for legend.' I said, Yeah, that's what I thought. So we went for a legend.

  5. Jerry Mathers:

    Yes, it was nice to have another income rolling in, but it wasn’t like my family couldn’t exist without me working, and when I finished ‘Leave It to Beaver,’ the studio did have another sitcom they wanted me to do, but I had never been to regular school. I had a private tutor from the first grade up until the eighth grade… I wanted to attend regular school and be with other kids. I wanted to play sports.

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