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The 10 Best Dark Comedies On Netflix

Sick of watching a comedy with someone finding out they were "just a stupid bet"? Or where the wacky granny swears at the funeral? Or when the dog farts during the really important meeting?

To offset the often cloying nature of the genre, we've gone through the entire Netflix UK catalogue and found the darkest comedies available.

 

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