weird comedy

From: william (WILLIAMA)12 Mar 23:31
To: william (WILLIAMA) 7 of 16
...but not comedy. What we do in the shadows is proving fun.
From: milko15 Mar 16:58
To: william (WILLIAMA) 8 of 16
if you enjoy the 'energy vampire' one, check out "Kenny Strasser" doing yo-yo things on various US local news programmes from his earlier career, there's a few bits on youtube and it's good stuff.

As far as WWDITS I feel a bit shallow about it but I mainly just want to watch Matt Berry wander about shouting. Luckily there's lots else that is good as well.
From: andy15 Mar 21:25
To: william (WILLIAMA) 9 of 16
Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency sounds right on the money.

Not quite supernatural but definitely weird (and brilliant): Deadloch
From: Drew (X3N0PH0N) 9 May 22:20
To: william (WILLIAMA) 10 of 16
I love Bewitched and rewatch it quite regularly. So, yeah, I love the more extreme end of your spectrum. Stuff like:

Resident Alien (a bit muddled but enjoyable)
Santa Clara Diet (enjoyed this one a great deal)
Russian Doll (great)
Made for Love (tech based rather than supernatural but same vibe)

And... not sure if these are on your spectrum since there's nothing explicitly supernatural, but they *might* satisfy the same whatever...

Poker Face
Basically Columbo. Woman who can detect lies keeps stumbling into murders. Got some wit to it, very enjoyable.

Kevin Can F**k Himself
I've only seen the first season so far but I really like this one. It's about a woman who's married to the kind of obnoxious asshole you'd find in an 80s sitcom. When he's on-screen it *is* an 80s sticom, it goes to a multi-camera, live audience, brightly lit 80s sitcom format. And when he's not on-screen it's the depressing nightmare of the reality of her life.

This is more technology mystery-box. But it's compelling and consistently unsettling.

These are getting more tenuously related to what you asked for. Starts off as a fairly dumb comedy but gets more unsettling as it goes on.

From: william (WILLIAMA) 9 May 22:56
To: Drew (X3N0PH0N) 11 of 16
ooh. I like the sound of Kevin Can F**k Himself. Not too worried about the recommendations not matching what I asked for since I was really saying 'Please provide me with something that will do what programme x did for me'  which is a bit ambitious/disingenuous.

I shall  sample some of these suggestions. Thank you.
From: Matt12 May 20:36
To: Drew (X3N0PH0N) 12 of 16
Hello!  (hug)

Kevin Can F**k Himself was great. Was, because it got cancelled. But anyway, Annie Murphy who played Allison in KCFH s also amazing in Schitt's Creek. Watch it if you haven't.
EDITED: 12 May 20:36 by MATT
From: william (WILLIAMA)12 May 20:51
To: Matt 13 of 16
Schitt's creek was wonderful. Watched the lot. 
From: Drew (X3N0PH0N)12 May 22:09
To: Matt 14 of 16
Hello! :D (hug)

Yeah, part of why I've not watched season 2 yet is knowing that's all there is.

I didn't actually get on with Schitt's Creek. I tried several times. On paper it's perfect for me and I *want* to enjoy it but, for whatever reason, just don't.

Might be time to give it another go though.
From: Drew (X3N0PH0N)12 May 22:13
To: ALL15 of 16
 I would recommend Santa Clara Diet though. I think this one went a bit under peopes' radars. It's a really great black comedy that's also somehow upbeat and endearing.

(It might be that the upbeatness put dark comedy people off and vice versa...)
From: CHYRON (DSMITHHFX)13 May 17:27
To: william (WILLIAMA) 16 of 16
It is good, but can't hold a candle to Levy's SCTV work. That was subversive.