Dan Harmon talks 'Community' exit and his next TV project on 'Attack of the Show'

Dan Harmon has a pretty succinct answer as to why he's no longer working on "Community," the show he created for NBC."I think to people who work above me, I'm a liability that isn't worth the benefit," Harmon said on Tuesday's (July 10) "Attack of the Show" on G4. "It's a low-rated show. It isn't generating much revenue."Harmon chats with comedian and podcaster Marc Maron about "Community," the nature of broadcast TV and what he'd like to do next. Maron asks if Harmon was ever frustrated that "Community" got hammered in the ratings by "American Idol," to which Harmon replies, "Why does the robot get to eat the people? The thought never crossed my mind, Marc."I aspire to mainstream success," Harmon continues. "Television is a populist, derivative, democratic medium. You're supposed to make a hamburger everyone wants in their mouth. That's when you know you're doing it well. I grew up on [Robert] Zemeckis, [Steven]...



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