Tonight's all-new episode of 'Community' brings lots of worry to Greendale Community College, as the Save Greendale Committee finishes its work just in time for an insurance appraiser to show up -- and while most of the gang is dealing with keeping the appraisal from becoming the story to end all of their stories, Abed is sent into an existential crisis. And that's just the beginning of their trouble, and maybe the end of Greendale.
'Community' returns with an all-new episode tonight as the gang gets animated for the first time since season 3's "Digital Estate Planning" episode, which found the study group transported into an 8-bit game. This time around, it's a special tribute to the classic 'G.I. Joe' '80s animated series. Now you know, and knowing is half the battle!
Talk of a 'Community' movie may well prove enough to sustain the cult NBC comedy through a sixth, and presumably final season, but for the moment, the Greendale gang will tackle their most ambitious outing yet with a 'G.I. Joe' animated installment that reimagines Jeff, Britta, Abed, Annie, Shirley and more as the realest of American heroes. Watch "Buzzkill" Britta and "Fourth Wall" Abed even deliver a G.I. Joe'-style PSA in the first clip from April return "G.I. Jeff!"
'Community''s infamous "Six Seasons and a Movie" mantra has proven increasingly accurate with each surprise renewal, and while NBC has yet to formally decide on a sixth, and likely final season for the Greendale gang, new movie rumors suggest 'Fast and Furious' (and former 'Community) director Justin Lin may be eyed to helm a theatrical venture.
This past week we saw 'Community' returning to its Dungeons & Dragons roots with latest concept episode "Advanced Advanced Dungeons & Dragons," but its next gimmick will prove far more ambitious. See the cast of 'Community' done up in the animated stylings of 'G.I. Joe,' including "Tight Ship" Annie and "Buzzkill" Britta in the first photos from upcoming installment "G.I. Jeff"!
On tonight's all-new episode of 'Community,' Dungeons and Dragons is back! When Professor Hickey reveals that his estranged son (played by special and super awesome guest star David Cross) has a son, the group decides to put together a game of Dungeons and Dragons to help mend the pair's relationship.
Sadly, this week's 'Community' doesn't bring back 'Arrested Development' showrunner Mitch Hurwitz's Koogler, but it does give 'Breaking Bad' creator Vince Gilligan his big acting break and brings back the beloved Brie Larson, so there's plenty to enjoy here. Read on for all you need to know about the latest 'Community' episode "VCR Maintenance and Educational Publishing!"
'Community' season 5 has soldiered on admirably in the wake of both Donald Glover and Chevy Chase's departures, though the chances of a sixth season (and, of course, the movie) remain somewhat murky. We might have one bit of good news, though, as a new rumor suggests Glover might make a quick return to the hallowed halls of Greendale, at least for the finale!
Earlier this week we saw what might prove to be the (yellow) king of 'True Detective' parodies, but the latest to emerge on HBO's buzzworthy drama is at least a close second. Watch 'Community' stars Joel McHale and Jim Rash take on the mush-mouthed roles of Rustin Cohle and Martin Hart in 'The Soup''s take on 'True Detective'!
'Community' finally returns tonight from its Winter Olympics interruption with an all-new episode! In "Bondage and Beta Male Sexuality," Professor Duncan sets his sights on Britta by inviting her to a charity event, while Chang has a possible ghost encounter. Meanwhile, Abed accidentally ruins some of Professor Hickey's drawings and the pair square off.