‘Community’ Finds New Showrunners Moses Port and David Guarascio

Fans will no longer have to fret now that the outlook for NBC’s Community keeps getting better. After landing a renewal for a new 13 episode season the crazy comedy has also picked up not one, but two, new showrunners, Moses Port and David Guarascio, to keep the series alive as confirmed by TV Guide.

The duo have been tapped to take over for Community’s showrunner Dan Harmon who has stepped down from his post but will appear in the rolling credits as a consultant to the series that chronicles the happenings of Greendale Community College. NBC Entertainment chairman Bob Greenblatt has since issued a statement over the changes regarding Harmon’s departure as showrunner. "Dan’s voice to be a part of this show somehow. I’m just not sure if that means him running it day to day or consulting on it." ‘Community’ actor Joel McHale also voiced his loyalty for Harmon. "Dan’s the creator of the show, the voice of the show, so I don’t know how that would work without him," Read More...



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