The comedy show category is very deep. It may not be good depth, but it is depth none the less. Last year's Seinfeld Award was a three man race, between The Office, 30 Rock and Curb Your Enthusiasm, and it's looking very similar through the beginning of this season. In somewhat of a surprise, I like Curb the best of the three so far (30 Rock hasn't started yet).
Curb Your Enthusiasm
Then we have five shows that I feel extremely comfortable about giving nominations to come May. Family Guy was here last year, and will remain. Eastbound was as well, but we're not sure if the second season will come out in time for this season's awards. The Disney shows have made their mark on the Quiet Pool this summer (after Miley took the world by storm with her MTV acceptance speach). Modern Family is the only new comedy show that has proven to be a worthy candidate.
Best of the Rest
Eastbound and Down
Wizards of Waverly Place
The final two shows that I currently have as nominated are Gary Unmarried and Rules of Engagement. Through two eps of Gary, it hasn't looked as good as last season, and Rules won't be on until mid-season. If any other shows prove they deserve a nomination, look for these two to be the first to go.
Rules of Engagement
I have five shows that are chomping at the bit (is it pronounced champing and spelled chomping?) to get nominated for this year's Seinfeld Award. Community is new and has showed promise. Sonny is good but not great. I've watched South Park from time to time and always hear good things. Ted and Philadelphia, I have gotten mixed reviews on, but are hear because of the good things I've heard
Outside Looking In
Better Off Ted
It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia
Sonny with a Chance