As distraught as we are that 'Community' won't be premiering its fourth season next Friday thanks to NBC's last-minute switch, the consensus around the internet is that 'Community' will ultimately have a better shot with a bigger marketing push and potentially even a better night than Friday. Still, even with all the commotion series show-runners Moses Port and David Guarascio conducted a round of interviews about the Greendale Gang's senior year, including exactly what involvement departed show-runner Dan Harmon could have.
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As positive as we try to stay that we have 'Community' back for season 4 at all, regardless of a reduced 13-episode order and a move to Friday nights, there's one bit that's still relatively hard to swallow. Sure, Moses Port and David Guarascio will do a fine job in his stead, but Dan Harmon represented the heart and soul of 'Community' from its very inception. With the dust settled on his exit, what's he saying now about the infamous controversies, or the possibility of coming back?
Today, the talk all around the internet consists mostly of NBC criticism leveled at how ineptly they've covered the 2012 Olympics, but here's even more fuel for the fire. We'd previously heard that ousted 'Community' leader Dan Harmon was in talks to create a new FOX sitcom, and now things are looking even further streets ahead for the deposed show-runner. Sitcom titan CBS reportedly wants a piece of Harmon too, but what are they offering?
Though there was never really any hope of Dan Harmon being allowed to return to our beloved 'Community' it's streets ahead to know that he may just have landed on his feet. In spite of the 'Community' creator's unceremonious firing at the hands of Sony TV, sources say Harmon is close to a deal that would enable him to create a new comedy series at FOX! So, what might the developer come up with this time, and who could he take with him?
Dan Harmon and Charlie Kaufman have both encountered career troubles as of late, but neither are letting that get them down. The two are joining forces for a new stop-motion animation project, and you can help!
There goes the neighborhood. Just earlier today, we were reporting that 'Community' had a bright star on the horizon, now that it's appearance at Comic-Con 2012 would be accompanied by Dan Harmon-replacing show-runners Moses Port and David Guarascio, no doubt looking to quell fan anxiety of 'Community' season 4. As if on reflex, it seems the exiled Dan Harmon has taken to the soapbox once more...
When 'Community' was first announced to be renewed for an additional thirteen episodes, we were overjoyed. When NBC announced that the episodes would air on Friday nights, we had mixed feelings. Then came the announcement that Dan Harmon had been fired as show-runner, and two relative strangers had been brought in, and we were sad, but ultimately optimistic. Now, the latest development in the 'Community' season 4 saga may be some small cause for hope...
Dan Harmon isn’t going to be the driving force behind ‘Community’ anymore. It’s weird, and bizarre to say, but I honestly can’t tell if I’m more surprised that Sony and NBC chose to go this route, or that we’re getting new episodes of ‘Community’ at all this fall. But while many are freaking out that Harmon is gone, we're trying to stay calm and stay excited about a fourth season of 'Community.'
Though it's been in the air for a while now, it's official: Dan Harmon will no longer be the showrunner on 'Community.' He's being replaced by David Guarascio and Moses Port, both late of 'Happy Endings.'
Come on, people, aren't we past this? The healing had begun from the infamous war of words between 'Community' series creator Dan Harmon and series star Chevy Chase, but now another leaked, albeit older message threatens to derail any progress made on an amicable vibe for the endangered series.