Ever since Yahoo announced it was picking up Community, fans have been itching to find out when the show would premiere. Details on this information have been on the hush hush, until now. It turns out Community will premiere on March 17, 2015! Time to start getting excited.
Here’s to a successful year filled with shocking deaths, tragic deaths, vengeful deaths, epic deaths and tear-inducing deaths. Here at CinemaBlend, we’ve compiled a list of 2014’s biggest TV deaths, and you can check them out
I’m not sure there’s a series on television that loves little references to pop culture more than Community. During the show’s five seasons, fans have gotten nods to everything from Claymatian to bottle episodes, and now, Community is set to take on one of the greatest comedies ever made: Clue.
Community is heading into Season 6 with a much different cast than the one it started out with. Following the recent departures of Yvette Nicole Brown and Jonathan Banks – who left for personal and professional reasons, respectively – the quirky comedy series has found two solid actors to fill the void.
Halloween is just around the corner. Each year, some of our favorite programs bring us Halloween-themed episodes. Luckily enough, a good chunk of these episodes come with clever costumes. This year we’ve culled some of our favorite Halloween episodes of our favorite TV programs to bring you a quiz highlighting our favorite referential costumes.
Well, this is anything but coolcoolcool. Community may be returning for its anticipated sixth season at Yahoo, but it'll be coming back without one of our favorite Greendale Human Beings. Yvette Nicole Brown, who plays Shirley, will not be returning to Community for Season 6.
Yahoo seriously guys, Community's sixth season is coming soon. We knew that already, but Yahoo has reminded us with the sizzling sizzle reel above. The video clocks in at nearly three minutes and does a wonderful job of reminding us of how great this series was in its five seasons at NBC. What's next? What will Yahoo do with the series once the mechanism has been regenerated for Season 6? We can only guess.
While you wouldn’t necessarily know it watching episodes of Hannibal, there are still quite a few restrictions for network television shows. Thanks to strict regulations from the Federal Communications Commission, network shows are forced to operate without the cursing, nudity and other forms of adult content that can be found on cable. This is one of the factors that makes Community’s upcoming move from NBC to Yahoo! Screen so interesting...
Here are five series that never got the Primetime Emmy attention they deserve, and probably never will. This obviously isn’t an exhaustive list, and doesn’t reflect the entire TV landscape, but these are series that have been on for multiple years that mostly retained the same level of quality and enjoyment.
It's official, Community has been saved! It's not coming back at NBC, nor Hulu. As it happens, it'll be Yahoo that will bring the series back for its sixth season. We knew that the deadline for the actors' contracts was expiring today, so it's no surprise that we'd hear some kind of update about Community. As it happens, it's good news, as the series will live on for thirteen more episodes.
While all hope isn't quite lost for a Community revival, it doesn't look like that'll be happening at Hulu. Word is, the streaming video service has walked away from negotiations to acquire the cancelled NBC comedy, which means if Community's going to get its sixth season (and a movie?) it'll have to look elsewhere before the deadline.
When Community was cancelled earlier this month, there was a strange lingering sense of hope that lingered in the air. After all, the show has gone through more behind-the-scenes ups and downs than anything else currently on television and yet seemed to always survive (plus the mantra "six seasons and a movie" just felt too much like a prophecy).
NBC's loss is HBO's gain. Gillian Jacobs, who starred in the unfortunately-cancelled NBC comedy Community is set to play a role in HBO's comedy Girls for its fourth season, which is expected to air on the premium cable channel early next year.
An open letter was delivered on the showrunner’s Tumblr page, and while I’m going to be breaking down its most important parts inside, I would seriously highly recommend that you read the whole thing for yourself. It is a must-read for any Community fans, but also fascinating for any regular TV watcher.
Considering myself an optimist by nature, I'd be happy to report news that gave us some hope that Community might see its sixth season and a movie. Unfortunately, that's not what we're hearing. Multiple sources are reporting quite the opposite, in fact. It sounds like Netflix is out for reviving the show, and series creator Dan Harmon is reportedly ready to move on to other projects.