Just the other day, we caught our first look at 'Community' season 5 in fresh new photos of Jeff and season-long guest star Jonathan Banks, but that wasn't the only Greendale goodness NBC had to offer. Before we start celebrating the January 2 premiere, check out the full set of photos from 'Community''s season 5 premiere, featuring the return of guest star Rob Corddry!
Hard to imagine that 'Community' season 5 has already begun production, considering Dan Harmon, returning series creator, and the Greendale gang know ahead of time this year that NBC will likely hold the cult comedy to midseason. Nonetheless, production on the premiere has officially gotten underway, returning 'Childrens Hospital' and 'Hot Tub Time Machine 2' star Rob Corddry to face off against Jeff once more!
An expectant couple moves into the most haunted fixer-upper in New Orleans — a house with a deadly demonic curse.
Lake Bell wrote, directed and stars in 'In a World...,' and if she's anything like the character she created, I can tell that she's a good person. That's why it pains me to ultimately dismiss her (allegedly) quirky comedy that debuted at this year's Sundance. I like her, I'd be down to hang out in the world she's created, I'm just not interested in watching this convention-driven film version of this story.
Who would have thought that when Adult Swim's short-form medical comedy 'Childrens Hospital' debuted as a web series in 2008, that four years later the show would have an Emmy under its belt, an endless parade of celebrity guest stars, and a renewal for a fifth season? Adult Swim has made possible exactly that, also granting an additional season to the 'Childrens'-inspired terrorism parody 'NTSF:SD:SUV::,' but when will the new episodes debut?
The doctor is in! On the very day that 'Childrens Hospital' opened its doors for a third season, funnyman Rob Corddry picked up yet another gig working for ABC on the third season of critical darling 'Happy Endings.' But don't expect any clown makeup this time around, as the the comedian will be taking things a bit more seriously. Who will Corddry play, and what does his new role have him seeing in Eliza Coupe's Jane?