The very mantra of #SixSeasonsAndAMovie seemingly guaranteed that Community’s recent Yahoo season would mark the last of the Greendale Gang’s episodic adventures, but one never really knows with Community. Still, the further away from the sixth season finale we get, star Joel McHale seems increasingly certain Community as a series has ended.
Netflix’s BoJack Horseman flew in (okay, ran in) under the radar last year, hiding one of the most layered and subversive comedies this side of Arrested Development behind a star-studded cast, and now has a brand-new attitude to debut in Season 2. The first full promo for BoJack Horseman’s 2015 run has arrived, bringing out plenty of new stars to boot.
Put Jason Sudeikis and Alison Brie in a movie together, and we’re already sold, but the trailer for Sleeping With Other People gives us more of a reason to see it: aside from the excellent supporting cast, Brie and Sudeikis appear to have great chemistry as old high school pals who happen to bump into each other at a sex addicts meeting and swear they’ll remain “just friends.”
That old familiar standby of Community signing off has again arrived, perhaps a bit more under the radar than in previous years, but nonetheless completing the first half of its #SixSeasonsandaMovie pledge. Meta as ever, “Emotional Consequences of Broadcast Television” said a heartfelt goodbye to Season 6 as it envisioned a potential Season 7, but would fans (or Dan Harmon) even want it?
One of the unexpected delights of last year proved to be Netflix’s Will Arnett / Aaron Paul animated comedy BoJack Horseman, one that was fortunate enough to gain a renewal, and now has its sights on a second coming. The streaming service has officially set a July premiere for BoJack Horseman’s return, along with an angelic new poster.
The Age of Ultron will surely blow our minds by its next trailer, but Community has officially stolen The Avengers’ spotlight for its first Season 6 trailer. Marvel at the “Age of Yahoo” in our first full look at the Greendale Gang’s sixth season, chock full of all your favorite cameos and craziness!
We’re still hard pressed to believe Community made it to Season 6 after all, with all-new episodes premiering on Yahoo Screen March 17, but short of an inevitable movie, the Greendale gang is officially back. Check out Community’s Season 6 poster for the big move, along with photos of our new and returning cast members!
Well this cast definitely sounds awesome. The upcoming rom-com ‘How to Be Single,’ which already stars the great Alison Brie, has just added a whole bunch of talented actors. Leslie Mann, Dan Stevens, Rebel Wilson, and Dakota Johnson have joined the film, which is based on the novel by Liz Tuccillo, the co-author of ‘He’s Just Not That Into You.’ Honestly, who even cares what this movie is or who it’s about, as long as we get to see something starring all these fantastic faces, right? Maybe.
'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.