'Community' fans are used to a bit of emotional whiplash when it comes to renewal and cast departures, but its latest might truly be the darkest timeline of all. Following Chevy Chase and Donald Glover's exit from the series, one of 'Community' season 6's writers has suggested that comedy darling Alison Brie's role in the new season has not yet been confirmed.
Rescued from cancellation thought it may have been, 'Community''s future remains something of a question mark without Yahoo Screen setting any kind of official season 6 timetable. And while Comic-Con 2014 only had so many hints to offer on the Greendale Gang's new beginning, our first Yahoo teaser promises that the onetime-NBC series will be back better, stronger, and faster than ever.
Where a few short weeks ago we'd all but given up hope on 'Community' season 6, the Greendale Gang has officially been confirmed to return, not only for a new season on Yahoo Screen, but also to Comic-Con 2014! Find out what the cast and crew of 'Community' will bring to the stage in San Diego this year with yet another streets ahead panel!
'Community' and its creator Dan Harmon blew our minds once more with the announcement that the Greendale Gang had survived cancellation yet again to produce a sixth season with Yahoo Screen, but is class really back in session? Find out everything we know about 'Community''s six seasons and a movie with our guide to Greendale's major Yahoo deal!
Merciful Zeus, 'Community' may yet reach its "Six Seasons and a Movie" mantra after all. After NBC initially canceled the perpetually bubbled cult comedy, and even after Hulu reluctantly passed on an opportunity to save the series, Yahoo Screen stepped in at the last moment to reunite the Greendale Gang for 'Community' season 6. Streets ahead, y'all!
With Netflix about to unveil 'Orange Is the New Black' season 2 this Friday, the streaming service debuted a first look at one of its other original series coming up. Animated comedy 'BoJack Horseman' gave life to its first full trailer, starring the likes of 'Arrested Development''s Will Arnett, 'Breaking Bad''s Aaron Paul, and even 'Community' alum Alison Brie, but is it any good?
‘Mad Men’ season 7 pitches its sixth episode of the final season, “The Strategy,” as Peggy bristles against Don's involvement in the Burger Chef campaign, while Bob Benson returns with a proposition for Joan, and Pete finds a chilly reception at home.
Last week’s episode, “The Runaways,” saw Don finding an old friend complicating a visit to Megan in California, while Peggy was disturbed to find Ginsberg acting out of sorts, and Betty questioned her place in the Francis household. So what does the sixth episode of the final season bring?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Mad Men’ season 7 episode 6, “The Strategy”!
Well, this feels familiar. 'Community' astonishingly gravitated closer and closer to its "Six Seasons and a Movie" mantra, particularity when season 5 saw acclaimed showrunner Dan Harmon return to the fold, but NBC has at long last called it quits. 'Community' has officially been canceled, according to the network, but will the Greendale Gang go on?
Logical as it might seem for NBC to bite the bullet on one more shortened season of 'Community' to reach its "six seasons and a movie" mantra, fans of Dan Harmon's eternally-bubbling series may be in for a rude awakening. Writer-producer Chris McKenna has cryptically tweeted that 'Community' is "dead," preparing fans for the notion that NBC may not include the series among its ongoing renewals.
UPDATE: NBC has officially announced that 'Community' has indeed been canceled.
"Everything is Awesome!"
Much has been said about our recent cinema kowtowing to nerds. From the massive success of 'The Avengers' to the ill-fated sci-fi odes of 'Paul.' (Anyone remember 'Paul?') The nerds have won. But whither the spaz?
Take a moment to remember the spaz. The hyperactive, highly-excitable enthusiast who can barely stay in one place for longer than sixty seconds and makes a little bit of a mess of things with his chaotic energy. 'The LEGO Movie' is the film for that person. From its opening frame to its surprisingly heartfelt conclusion, 'The LEGO Movie' has a bright and brash, candy-colored go go go dynamism that crackles with a glorious alacrity set to the tempo of the classroom's biggest and most disruptive spaz.