NBC has renewed Community and set up a mostly new Thursday night schedule, while CBS canceled Happy Endings and passed on Beverly Hills Cop while adding new dramas and comedies.
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As Abed stumbles into romance (in the coatroom, of all places), Community returns to what it does best: subverting expectations and oddball-comedy tropes.
At Community‘s PaleyFest panel, the stars of the NBC comedy revealed the puppet versions of themselves from an upcoming episode, teased what fans should expect from the rest of the season and offered some ideas for a fifth.
Ken Jeong, best known as Chang on Community, has been cast in the ABC pilot Spy, a remake of the U.K. comedy of the same name.
After an agonizing nine-month wait, the fourth season of Community premiered last night, without creator Dan Harmon but with the meta-commentary we’ve come to expect from the NBC comedy.
Community stars Yvette Nicole Brown, Alison Brie and Gillian Jacobs discuss what lies ahead for their characters, the comedy’s devoted fanbase, and who came up with that “Oct. 19 is a state of mind” promo.
As we tick down the hours to the long-awaited Season 4 premiere of Community, Spinoff Online’s Anna Pinkert shares her hopes for the next 13 episodes. (Hint: They include more Dean Pelton.)
Speaking with reporters on the set of Community, stars Joel McHale and Jim Rash reveal a little of what fans can expect from the fourth season, including guest stars Malcolm McDowell and James Brolin, a Freaky Friday spoof and, of course, the Hunger Deans.
Ahead of Thursday’s long-awaited Season 4 premiere, NBC has released an epic two-minute trailer for Community that gives viewers a taste of what they can expect from the next 13 episodes.
Community is spoofing The Hunger Games in an upcoming episode about the Hunger Deans, and fans can get a tease of the episode in a new promo. The NBC comedy returns Feb. 7.
NBC has released images from the long-awaited Season 4 premiere of Community, “History 101,” which finds Jeff Winger trying to focus on graduation and Dean Pelton concocting a physical competition for space in a history class.
Chevy Chase, who’s had a rocky relationship with Community, is leaving the NBC comedy before production has finished on the 13-episode fourth season.