Is there a combined word in English that illustrate the meaning of humor and criticism?
For example, I want to say that I watch TV programs, which criticize wrongdoings of politicians in a humorous way. Is there any word that can substitute criticize avoiding the need to write in a humorous way because it completes the meaning?
The commonest is: sarcasm. The other phrases include tongue in cheek and satire. They may all be used depending on the context. But largely, you can tell things in a sarcastic way to sound serious, funny, and equally with irony.
In your context, you like to watch TV series with sarcasm on politics. If there is a specific dialogue you can certainly call as a tongue in cheek remark that would show both -irony and humor. You can also have sarcastic TV series.