IFC is part of the network of AMC premium channels. Like AMC, IFC has a large portion of its recent library on Netflix which regularly gets new seasons added to the service. Here’s the complete rundown of every IFC series on Netflix in the United States right now.
The network is the equivalent of Comedy Central in the Viacom lineup. The station was originally a network that focused primarily on smaller movies but eventually shifted to its new format with its slogan “Always On. Slightly Off.”. The lineup of shows reflects the slogan with quirky experimental comedy.
IFC doesn’t tend to distribute any of its newer shows on Netflix, unfortunetely. With that said, the network has been struggling as of late with the majority of their lineup either having ended or been canceled. Newer titles like Brockmire have opted to be placed on Hulu instead of Netflix.
Only one of these series that are ongoing is still coming to Netflix and that’s Documentary Now!. New seasons of that typically comes at the beginning of the year.
Full list of IFC series on Netflix
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|Comedy Bang! Bang! (2012) |
Scott Aukerman brings his popular podcast Comedy Bang! Bang! to television, along with his co-host and bandleader, Reggie Watts.
IMDb Score: 6.6/10 Rating: TV-14 First Released: 02/10/2013
|Documentary Now! (TV Series) |
Elevating the art of parody, this sharply comic series spoofs high-profile documentaries such as “Grey Gardens” and “The Thin Blue Line.”
IMDb Score: 7.4/10 Rating: TV-14 First Released: 03/24/2016
|Garfunkel and Oates: Trying to be Special (2016) |
Garfunkel and Oates put on a surprise-filled show in Seattle in hopes of raising enough money to make their own comedy special.
IMDb Score: 7.5/10 Rating: TV-MA First Released: 12/23/2016
|Maron (TV Series) |
Marc Maron stars as Marc Maron, who interviews fellow comedians for his popular podcast, only to reveal more about his own neuroses and relationships.
IMDb Score: 7.2/10 Rating: TV-MA First Released: 12/28/2013
|Portlandia (TV Series) |
Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein send up the residents of Portland, Ore. Typical targets include artisanal light bulbs and feminist bookstores.
IMDb Score: 6.6/10 Rating: TV-14 First Released: 12/23/2011