On tonight's all-new episode of 'Community,' Annie and Professor Hickey run into trouble trying to prepare the cafeteria for the midterm dance, as they must contend with the head custodian, the head of the IT department, and the head of parking. Meanwhile, Britta and Abed bicker over spoilers for a television series. We may have lost Troy, but tonight's episode brings special guest stars Nathan Fillion and Robert Patrick ... and a very special super surprise guest, so chin up, guys!
On tonight's all-new episode of 'Community,' it's time to bid farewell to Donald Glover, as Abed prepares an epic going-away event for his best friend Troy on the eve of his departure from Greendale. Meanwhile, what should be a fun game for everyone predictably devolves into competitive madness in this fantastic apocalypse-themed episode. It's the end of the world as Abed knows it, after all.
Following the universal acclaim of last week's "Cooperative Polygraphy," NBC stalwart 'Community' will again brace for a big episode as Donald Glover says his goodbyes in "Geothermal Escapism." The first photos of the post-apocalyptic concept episode has arrived, along with a first look at 'Castle' star Nathan Fillion as a mysterious janitor in the weeks to come!
'Parks and Recreation' and 'Community' may not be the strongest performers on Thursday nights, but remain among NBC's brightest jewels. To that end NBC president Bob Greenblatt has all-but-assured that 'Parks' will return for a seventh season later on this year, hinting at a strong possibility for 'Community''s renewal as well.
On tonight's new episode of 'Community,' Pierce's will is being read, but before any of the study group members can partake in the goodies being offered, they must all participate in a lie detector test. That's right: Pierce is still putting them through the ringer, even in the afterlife. Walton Goggins ('Justified') guest stars on tonight's episode, titled "Cooperative Polygraphy," and it looks like we have the first great episode of the season.
Tonight's all-new 'Community' is a 'Seven'-flavored send-up of crime mysteries when Greendale's Ass Crack Bandit strikes again and Jeff and Annie team up to solve the case. John Oliver makes his return as Professor Ian Duncan, and musician Ben Folds joins for a very special cameo in this delightful theme episode that continues to make us grateful that Dan Harmon has finally come back home.
'Community' has delivered enough miracles to last a lifetime, whether by its renewal for second and third seasons, a Dan Harmon-less fourth, and, of course, a fifth season with Harmon's critically-lauded return, but last night's premiere once again pulled off the impossible. Find out how the Greendale gang managed the surprise premiere cameo of one of 'Community''s biggest stars!
The time has come! Creator Dan Harmon has returned to his rightful place as showrunner on 'Community,' and tonight we rejoice! Season 5 of 'Community' begins with two all-new episodes, and we cannot be more excited -- in "Repilot," Jeff comes back to Greendale to assist in a lawsuit, while the Dean, mistaking his return for good news, reassembles the study group. And in "Introduction to Teaching," Jeff tries to adjust to his new position at Greendale with the help of guest star Jonathan Banks of 'Breaking Bad.' Meanwhile, Abed attempts to convince the study group to take a course focusing on Nicolas Cage. Read on for our review of the premiere episodes of 'Community' season 5!
The 2013 year of TV greatness may be at an end, but with so many exciting premieres to come in 2014, we can’t wait for the next round to begin anew. From ‘The Walking Dead’ returning to Ron Moore’s latest Syfy original, we take a look into the future at the most exciting TV prospects to premiere and return in early 2014! That’s right, this is just the beginning of what the next year holds in store! Did your favorites make the grade?
It was only a matter of time before 'Community' promos started getting the attention they deserve from NBC, and cashing in on series star Alison Brie's dual roles. So while the Greendale gang nails 'Mad Men''s maddening promo style in the latest look at season 5, why has our beloved Alison been reduced to so little screen time?