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It was a bumpy road at times behind the scenes.
This is a must for all Community fans.
Community is finding a new wave of fans now that it's on Netflix, and social media has been all over it.
The TV star didn't know if she'd be in Avengers: Infinity War or Avengers: Endgame or if she was cut from the story entirely.
Movie News 2019-08-18
Yvette Nicole Brown is stepping in to host Talking Dead on AMC... for now.
AMC currently has a vacancy for hosting its various after-show series, and some fans think Yvette Nicole Brown would be great.
For its largely pretty good Season 6, Community has gone through arguably as many changes as it has in any of its past few seasons, which have seen cast members come and go. But it looks like one of the former cast members will be returning for the Season 6 finale.
A recent binge-watch of The Office brought to light several great appearances by actors who were either lesser known, or at the very least, on the rise to screen success when they first appeared on the NBC series. In fact, we found ten actors whose paths crossed with the Dunder Mifflin staff before they hit bigger fame with other roles.
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.
With a pick-up from CBS and a midseason premiere date in the cards, you would think most of the big roles on The Odd Couple would have already been cast. However, Yvette Nicole Brown just recently signed on to CBS’ Odd Couple reboot, replacing one of the actresses from the pilot.
It's the community San Diego Comic Con 2012 panel live blog. Season 4! There's no Dan Harmon and the cast has been shoved off to Fridays under the all seeing eyes of new showrunners David Guarascio and Moses Port, and we're here in Ballroom 20 mostly to see what they have to say about how one of our favorite shows and how they're going to keep it awesome.
Mary Birdsong (The Descendants), Missi Pyle (The Artist) and Community star Yvette Nicole Brown have been added to the Percy Jackson ensemble. They will play the three Fates, sisters from classic mythology who share one eye. In this modern version, they will be portrayed as taxi-driving siblings, and they’ll help Jackson along on his latest quest.
Movie News 2012-03-01
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."
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.
All this week I’ve been going around the legendary study table of NBC’s Community and posting video interviews with the cast that I conducted while on set a few weeks ago. With the new episode, “Studies in Modern Movement” airing tonight, we’re coming down to the home stretch and that kicks off with the wonderful Yvette Nicole Brown, who plays the delightful, if not sometimes judgmental, Shirley.
Community opened it's third season with two pretty strong episodes. They did a great job wrapping up loose-ends, setting this year's tone and even creating (or hinting at) a few new roles and relationships for some of our characters. Oh, plus we've already had some great guest work from Michael K. Williams, John Goodman and especially Martin Starr in last week's episode. This weeks episode, "Competitive Geology," is heavy on the Chang but Michael K Williams is back as Professor Kane, so there's always that...
Yvette Nicole Brown talks about her character in the upcoming season and what antics are planned. Also discussed is the Jury Prize Emmy Community received -- hey, at least it's something. Before the set had a sad sign with no nominations on it!
A couple weeks ago I was lucky enough to go visit the set of Community, a show that is easily one of my favorite comedies running right now. Sitting on the couch on where Abed, played by Danny Pudi
Yesterday, after the Community panel at Comic Con ended, we had the chance to talk to some of the cast and producers of the series. Check out our video interview with Yvette Nicole Brown, Danny Pudi and Russ Krasnoff.
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