I see you are a fellow Muppet fan. I love the DVD pop-up commentary feature.
Soap was always a favorite, forbidden when I was a kid and then a daily pleasure when it reran in the 90's. My all-time favorite sitcom, though, is Parks & Recreation. The entire cast is a scream.
Someone here mentioned Chuck, which I loved. I'm surprised Breaking Bad hasn't had more nods, as it is finely acted, written and produced television. Six Feet Under was also excellent, as have been several HBO and Showtime series. I'm eagerly awaiting season three of Showtime's House of Lies and the second of HBO's True Detective.
It's refreshing to see so many big named actors on the small screen these days. I loved Frances McDormand in HBO's adaptation of Elizabeth Strout's Pulitzer Prize winning Olive Kitteridge. TV sure isn't what it used to be, and I'll bet the box office is smarting from the revolution.