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Leaked Community Memo Instructs Actors How To Respond To Dan Harmon Questions
When it was announced last week that Community creator Dan Harmon had been fired as showrunner, many quickly clicked over to Twitter to see what stars Dani Pudi, Alison Brie, Yvette Nicole-Brown, Donald Glover, Joel McHale, Gillian Jacobs, Ken Jeong and Jim Rash would have to say about the situation. As we could have all predicted, however, there was nothing but kind sentiments and well-wishes. But what did we really expect?
Community's Dan Harmon Speaks Out, Says He Will No Longer Have Any Power
Fans of the NBC comedy Community received some devastating news today. As reported a few hours ago, Dan Harmon, the show’s creator, has been replaced as showrunner by Just Shoot Me creators Moses Port and David Guarascio. The initial report said that Harmon would serve as a “consulting producer” on the fourth season of the series, but that it would also be attempting to broaden its appeal in hopes of attracting higher ratings.
Community Gets Two New Showrunners, Dan Harmon Reportedly Given Consulting Producer Title
While we can celebrate the fact that Community will return for a fourth season, there is a fair amount of fine print that comes with the NBC comedy's renewal, like the fact that the series has been moved to Fridays, and that Season 4 will consist of a modest thirteen episodes. Oh, and then there's the matter of Dan Harmon no longer being showrunner. Wait. What timeline are we really in here?
Dan Harmon Apologizes To Community Fans Over His Behavior Regarding Chevy Chase Feud
Just a little while ago, we shared some updates and information on the unfortunate feuding situation between Community creator Dan Harmon and star Chevy Chase. Harmon addressed the matter on his blog today, and has apologized to fans over the situation.
More Information And Speculation On The Feud Between Community's Dan Harmon And Chevy Chase
Aside from how long it went on, the drama between Charlie Sheen and Two and a Half Men creator Chuck Lorre didn’t bother me. As I’m not a regular viewer of Men, I was more or less unaffected by the well publicized mess. But Community is one of my favorite shows, so this feud business between Chevy Chase and series creator Dan Harmon is especially cringe-worthy. As it may affect one of the lead characters on the series, should NBC bring it back for another season, it's definitely relevant to the future of the show...
Community Creator Dan Harmon Feuding With Chevy Chase
Based on reports coming from the Community set, it seems like Pierce's likability issues may be carrying over to the actor who plays him, because apparently Chevy Chase and executive producer Dan Harmon are engaged in a bitter feud.
Community Returns To NBC On March 15
There's no information on how the rest of the Thursday scheduled will be shuffled to make room for Community, and of course, it's way too early to know if this means the show will get the fourth season that's looked dicey ever since the hiatus announcement
Watch The Cast Of Community Play Pop-Culture Trivia With Dan Harmon
It's barely been a month and we've already got a bad case of missing NBC's Community. There's still been no word on when the cult favorite will make its triumphant return to television airwaves, meaning we probably have to wait and see what new show crashes and burns before the sitcom can reclaim a well-deserved spot on the NBC schedule. In the meantime, if you are starved for some Greendale Human Beings, there's an awesome new video of the study group playing a game of pop culture trivia with creator Dan Harmon.
Community Watch: Season 3, Episode 9 - Foosball And Nocturnal Vigilantism
Two cold and bleak weeks went by, everyone stuck in the darkest timeline and wearing their felt goatees until finally, tonight, Community returned with more evidence as to why NBC would be crazy to cancel the show - otherwise called "Foosball and Nocturnal Vigilantism."
Community Wins TVGuide's Fan Favorites Cover Contest, Three Covers And A Video
In so many ways, this news is bittersweet. Let's not go over the all too familiar scenario with NBC and the bitter benching of Community and instead focus on the sweet, namely, that the show won the TVGuide Fan Favorites contest, which means they get to grace the cover of a special edition of the popular magazine. This can only help what is one of the most important television causes since Save Our Bluths.
Community Creator Dan Harmon Shoots Down Timeline Conspiracy Theories
Over the course of its two seasons and change, Community has done a lot of silly stuff. They've had not one, but two paintball-themed episodes. They've had their very own zombie outbreak. They've been locked inside a malfunctioning 1980s spaceflight simulator. This past week's episode, took things to the next level with a plot involving multiple timelines created by the roll of a die. It's a classic bit of Community weirdness that managed to provide everything from Pierce bleeding out from a gunshot wound to the introduction of Evil Troy and Evil Abed.
Dan Harmon Talks Community Season 3 And How He Coped With The Emmys Shut-Out
We didn't know a single thing about the upcoming season at the time, so obviously there are no spoilers-- the conversation focuses on what Harmon learned from watching The Wire between seasons, how he plans to deal with the fact that community college lasts only four years, and why Pierce turned into such a jerk last season. He was also remarkably frank about his experience when the Emmy nominations were announced
Comedy Showrunners Roundtable Video Provides Insight And Laughs
The Hollywood Reporter, if they do anything right, it's these really interesting roundtable videos that feature actors, writers and directors at the top of their game sitting down to shoot this shit about their craft. This latest installment, in anticipation of the Emmys, features the top comedy showrunners working today.
Adult Swim Announces Three New Shows and More in Development
The Adult Swim upfront event happened last week in New York, and they announced three new original programs to join the already green-lighted Black Dynamite and NTSF:SD:SUV (National Terrorism Strike Force: San Diego: Sport Utility Vehicle) on the 2011-12 schedule. On top of the three (totaling five) new shows, they also announced a bunch of projects in development, and some of the names on that list are pretty exciting.
Damon Lindelof Teaches Community The Real Meaning Of Christmas
Damon Lindelof has a very good sense of humor. Last week Community took a shot at Lost during the Christmas-themed stop-motion episode, which prompted the Lost co-creator to fire back (humorously) with a gift to the writers.
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