Surprised as we were to hear that 'Community' creator and ousted showrunner Dan Harmon would return for the series' fifth (and potentially final) season, the question remains if Harmon will acknowledge the previous season under replacement showrunners Moses Port and David Guarascio. Harmon recently opened up about his still-unofficial return to the adored NBC series, announcing a very specific plan for season 5.
Over the weekend 'Community' creator and ousted showrunner Dan Harmon more or less officially confirmed that he would return for the series for its upcoming fifth (and potentially final) season, though not all of the details have been firmly hammered out. In taking about the development however, Harmon revealed that he might controversially record a commentary track for the season 4 DVD, as he staffs up for the new season!
Streets ahead, gang! After a somewhat surprising fifth season renewal for our beloved 'Community,' it seems NBC has yet another trick up its sleeve. Ousted 'Community' showrunner Dan Harmon has confirmed his return to the series, one year after Sony TV parted ways with the show's creative helmer, but will Harmon's return officially right the course for what could be 'Community''s final year?
At first, we heard it as a dismissible rumor. Yesterday, the words purportedly came from his own mouth. Today, we have confirmation that 'Community' creator and previously ousted showrunner Dan Harmon has begun talks to return to the perpetually troubled series for season 5! Even then, might Harmon's return bring back series star Chevy Chase as well? Find out inside!
Shortly after NBC made the surprising decision to renew 'Community' for a fifth season, rumors naturally made the rounds that series creator and ousted showrunner Dan Harmon could potentially return, however unlikely the prospect might have seemed. Now, new reports have lent credence to the possibility, so find out if Dan Harmon will really return for 'Community' season 5 inside!
Last year, right around this time, 'Community' fans were shocked and awed that the show would return for season 4... but without series creator/showrunner Dan Harmon. The fourth season was wobbly, and Harmon's presence was sorely missed, but now there's word/a ray of hope that he could be brought back for the recently announced fifth season.
The network pickups of the last few days might have dominated the news, but that hasn't made us any less excited for Adult Swim's new offerings in the coming year. In addition to a pickup for 'Community' creator Dan Harmon's new series 'Rick and Morty,' Adult Swim has announced a new 'Robot Chicken' DC Comics special sequel, and an hour-long 'Metalocalypse' special amid their new offerings. Get the full list of Adult Swim arrivals inside!
October 19th may have long passed by in reality, but we're only one day away from the "real" October 19 premiere of 'Community' season 4, incidentally taking place on February 7. 'Community' fans wait with bated breath to see if the comedy changes significantly under new show-runners Moses Port and David Guarascio, but what does ousted creator Dan Harmon have to say about the new run of episodes? Will he tune in for 'Community' season four? What do the new heads say about a potential fifth season? New 'Community' scoop inside!
Streets ahead? Streets behind? Just plain streets? Any loyal 'Community' fan knows that for as long as the series has aired on NBC, series star Chevy Chase has had a public distaste for its brand of humor, his character Pierce Hawthorne, and particularly former show-runner Dan Harmon. Chase himself has hinted multiple times that he might leave the series, and has now officially confirmed his exit. But with so much of the thirteen-episode season 4 shot, will we really miss him?
'Community' may continue to be in dire straights given that NBC still hasn't picked a return airdate for the 13-episode fourth season, but ousted creator Dan Harmon is still sitting pretty. In addition to several other projects in the works at both CBS and FOX, Adult Swim is the first to show its faith in the former showrunner by picking up Harmon's animated series 'Rick and Morty' to series. That said, how many episodes is the order for, and what story will it tell?