Under normal circumstances, I'm reluctant to recommend 30-minute sitcoms because people's sense of humor differ significantly. But "Rita Rocks" which started last week on Lifetime is a pretty good new family sitcom - some clever lines and good actors. Like all sitcoms at the start, it's a little bit uneven but it is well done.
Lifetime is repeating all six previous episodes next week. If you like family comedy, give it a try. I think you'll like it.
The plot summary: A woman who is nearing 40 works in a "Bed, Bath and Beyond" type of store starts a garage band with her neighbor, her mail carrier, and her teenage daughter's boyfriend, while her husband picks up some of the chores.
The adult regulars in the cast are familiar faces, including:
Rita (the lead character) - Nicole Sullivan (The King of Queens, Kim Possible, many others)
Patty (the mail carrier) - Tisha Campbell-Martin (My Wife and Kids, many others)
Jay (the husband) - Richard Ruccolo (you'll recognize him)
Owen (the unemployed neighbor) - Ian Gomez (Drew Carey, Jake in Progress, many others)