While "Game of Thrones" and "House of Cards" dominate the airwaves in drama, there are plenty of comedies to relieve you from the stress of Jon Snow taking on the Whitewalkers. The dramedy genre has also produced some fantastic television that provides a one-stop shop for all of your emotions.

These four comedies may turn out to be your fall favorites.

'Man Seeking Woman' (FXX)

Jay Baruchel stars as Josh Greenberg in a tale of a millennial male looking for love. The show portrays various typical life events in a hyperbolic fashion where they compare meeting your significant other's parents to visiting an indigenous people, and an epic ceremony where Eric Andre retires as Josh's best friend, just to name a few.

"Man Seeking Woman" is one of the most underrated comedies on television, and a key part of a killer comedy lineup on FXX.

'Atlanta' (FXX)

Donald Glover was on fire in 2016 with his release of a new hit album, and the creation of a comedy that gives his point of view on America, and more specifically, his hometown of Atlanta. Glover tackles various issues in season one from mental health and gun violence to race relations. The show is chock-full of magnificent acting performances with Glover playing the show's main character Earn who becomes a manager for his rapper friend Paper Boi (Brian Tyree Henry), and their friend Darius (Lakeith Stanfield) has some of the best one-liners in all of television.

Catch up on season one before season two premieres in 2018.

'Bojack Horseman' (Netflix)

If you like to take a slight dose of depression with your comedies, "Bojack Horseman" is exactly what you're looking for. Will Arnett plays a down-on-his-luck horse actor Bojack Horseman, who made his fortune on the hit family sitcom "Horsin' Around." He's turned to a life of sex and drugs as his career hangs on by a thread, and his emotional issues cause him to hurt everyone that comes close to him.

While the premise doesn't sound very funny, the dry comedy will have you busting out in laughter in between some extremely somber moments. Season four is set to drop on Netflix on September 8th.

'Baskets' (FXX)

"Baskets" is another fantastic piece of the FXX comedy lineup starring Zach Galifianakis as a pair of twins in a family full of dysfunction.

The show's main character, Chip Baskets, is forced to come back home and live in his mother's house, played by Louie Anderson, while he tries to find a job as a classically-trained clown. Chip's twin brother Dale runs a career college and constantly gloats about his success to his twin brother. Co-created by Louie C.K. and Galiflanakis, the show's dramatic elements hit just as hard as the bull that constantly runs over Chip during his time as a rodeo clown.

'Rick and Morty' (Adult Swim)

Adult Swim's newest hit show also highlights a dysfunctional family, but with a sci-fi twist. The title character Rick Sanchez (Justin Roiland) is an alcoholic super-genius who drags his grandson Morty (also voiced by Roiland) on his bizarre inter-dimensional adventures.

The show also focuses on the rocky marriage of Rick's daughter Beth (Sarah Chalke) and her husband Jerry (Chris Parnell), and the effect it has on their two children. Creators Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon create an unlimited amount of unique worlds to facilitate Rick and Morty's escapades that never cease to entertain.