Though the fourth season was met with a fair share of criticism from both fans and professionals, Community is on track for an exciting return as the acclaimed visionary behind the project returns. While it’s still unclear how the study group will reunite, there were rumors last month that one half of a fan-favorite friendship may be back in only a reduced presence.
Now, it seems Abed will have to find a guest co-host for episodes of Troy & Abed in the Morning as word has hit one of the leads will only be back for a portion of the new year.
In just two weeks, the indie comedy The Way Way Back hits theaters in limited release. What could be a surprise hit with an incredible cast, TV spots have begun to run rampant as the film could wind up being an acclaimed alternative in the weeks ahead. Now, a new featurette has surfaced in which co-writer and director Jim Rash has tapped a handful of Community co-stars to audition for a role within the film. And as you can imagine, hilarity ensues.
With only a scarce number of veteran NBC comedies returning this upcoming season, Community returns certainly in a unique state. After an extended mid-season hiatus in Season 3, the fourth season of the comedy was held until mid-season once again despite a previous October bow. But these days one of the most exciting prospects has been ousted creator Dan Harmon possibly returning once more. Now, the visionary has revealed he will in fact be back in the writers room in the months ahead.
After a high-profile Community departure this time last year for Dan Harmon, the visionary has been successfully branching out in the past year. With a co-created animated series making its way to Adult Swim later this year and weekly shows in L.A.’s NerdMelt Theater, it’s safe to say Harmon is certainly still a cult smash.
But last week, a report surfaced from Deadline that Harmon was eyed to return for the aforementioned program following its recent renewal. Now, it seems that has been confirmed as he took the stage this past weekend.
With a successful first trailer out of the gate earlier this week, fans are excited to have the titular character back on-screen in the upcoming sequel Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters. Whether or not it will be an improvement to critics over its predecessor remains to be seen, but the first footage from the action adventure certainly had a lot to digest and laugh about while seeming like a great blockbuster for so late in the Summer. Now, it seems Fox has liked the enthusiasm so much not only have they revealed an earlier release date for the film but they’ve unveiled the teaser poster as well, which shows the massive scope of one of the trailer’s biggest moments.
A beloved book series, Percy Jackson has a very excited and well-established fanbase. While the first film didn’t necessarily blow audiences out of the water, it did well enough to greenlight a sequel and after a delay from March to later this Summer, Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters is ready to hit the big screen with an impressive cast of characters.
While we received our first look earlier this month, now the first trailer comes with an extended peek as it hits online today, featuring the return of the villainous Jake Abel, plenty of new faces and even Nathan Fillion being as charming as ever before.
After an unexpected four month delay and with the 30 Rockseries finale leaving a hole in their schedule, Community is finally returning to its old stomping grounds next week. Though this is the final season for both Chevy Chase and head writer Megan Ganz, the always on-the-bubble series is still looking forward to another year in the network despite being treated otherwise. Now, a new clip from the upcoming season premiere reveals that perhaps there’s a chance the series could be preparing for the end with a major milestone for each of the community college students.
It’s been a long and bumpy road for the fourth season forCommunity, who after an unexpected four month bump finds our study group back in their usual timeslot in their first year without creator and ex-showrunner Dan Harmon. Now that the time is limited not only for Chevy Chase but head writer Megan Ganz as well while we celebrate the major holidays much later than originally planned, it’s what exactly Greendale has to offer this year that remains to be seen. However kicking off the new episodes will be a spoof of The Hunger Games as Dean Pelton sets up “The Hunger Deans”. Now, we get to discover why he creates the competition in our first extended clip of the Season 4 premiere.
This morning, the Internet went crazy when it was revealed that Canada would be receiving the new season of Communityearly on November 9th. Of course this quickly changed as the airdate was pushed to January and we were still left without a return date here in the States. Though Joel McHale made plenty of talk show rounds and former timeslot companion Whitney is scheduled to return in just a matter of days on Wednesday. Now, Greendale will return with its first Harmon-less episodes right after we kick off the new year.
This past week, Joel McHale has been making television talk show rounds for what would have been the season premiere of Community. Previously set for tonight, NBC swiftly pulled the series and it’s timeslot partner Whitney due to a lack of promotion. Now that Animal Practice has been cancelled, Whitney has a premiere date but Community has been left in the cold for the time being with no word on just when we’ll be seeing the new round of episodes.
Regardless, the Community cast and crew promised something related to the series will hit on October 19th and today it’s been revealed in the form of a viral video with the entire main cast attempting to explain exactly where our Greendale Human Beings are in a fourth-wall breaking Troy & Abed in the Morning viral video.
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