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Community Alum Joel McHale Signs With UTA & Anonymous Content

EXCLUSIVE : Actor and comedian Joel McHale has signed with UTA and Anonymous Content for representation. Previously with WME, McHale is perhaps best known for starring as Jeff Winger for six seasons on the NBC/Yahoo comedy Community and spent twelve seasons as the host of E!s satirical series The Soup . Most recently, he toplined CBSs short-lived sitcom The Great Indoors . McHale will next be seen in the Netflix biopic A Futile & Stupid Gesture , portraying former Community  ...Read More... http://deadline.com/2017/08/community-alum-joel-mchale-with-uta-anonymous-content-1202154796/

Did You Know Community Spent 3 Seasons to Summon Beetlejuice?

Do you really know what youre doing? Looking at the average age within this group of Community cast members, its obvious they all know about Beetlejuice, but do they really remember how bad the guy is? Lets put aside the fact that I know very well, as do they, that Beetlejuice is not real, but do you really want to tempt fate that nothing and no one will answer the call? Theres a saying that goes You keep knocking on the devils door long enough and eventually someones going to answer. Are you certain that youd want this guy opening  ...Read More... http://www.tvovermind.com/tv-news/know-community-spent-3-seasons-summon-beetlejuice

Community Star Joel McHale in Talks to Join Valiants Quantum and Woody (Exclusive)

Emmy nominee and Community star Joel McHale is in talks to join Quantum and Woody, the Russo Brothers new action/comedy television series adapting the seminal comics title from Valiant Entertainment, TheWrap has exclusively learned. McHale would star as Woody Henderson a wisecracking, womanizing slacker, who along with his straitlaced adoptive brother, is granted unpredictable superpowers from a pair of energy control bands they find while investigating their fathers death. The two are now stuck with each other they must klang the bands together every 24 hours or their powers will kill them.   ...Read More... http://www.thewrap.com/joel-mchale-valiant-quantum-and-woody/

A Community Movie Could Still Happen... On One Condition

  Community fans, we got our six seasons. But where the fudgsicle is our movie? Talk of the oft-teased but never realized Community movie has been quiet for some time, but that doesn't mean we're still not thinking about it. And if one Community star's story is true, we're not alone. ...Read More... http://www.tvguide.com/news/community-movie-alison-brie/?rss=breakingnews

Yvette Nicole Brown Joins ABC's Mayoral Comedy Pilot as Series Regular

Yvette Nicole Brown has a side piece lined upin case CBS handsThe Odd Coupledivorce papers. The ex-Community actress has joined ABCsuntitled comedy pilot about a struggling hip-hop artist (played by Search Partys Brandon Michael Hall) who runs for mayor to promote his mixtape and wins. Brown will play the newbie mayors mother. The potential [] http://tvline.com/2017/03/16/yvette-nicole-brown-abc-pilot-mayor-mother/

Alison Brie Joins Community Reunion On Dr. Ken Season Finale

The Community reunion on the season finale of ABC s Dr. Ken is growing. Alison Brie is the latest Community alum set to guest star on the season finale, joining Dr. Ken starand former Community regular Ken Jeong and Community creator Dan Harmon. In Dr. Ken 's Season 2 finale titled "Ken's Big Audition," Brie will guest star as herself, an actress just cast as a series regular on Harmons new sitcom. Alison reads with Ken (Jeong) during his audition, and is soon ...Read More... http://deadline.com/2017/03/alison-brie-community-reunion-dr-ken-season-finale-ken-jeong-dan-harman-1202037735/

Community Reunion Set As Dan Harmon Guests On Ken Jeongs Dr. Ken Season Finale

Six seasons and a guest appearance? Community creator Dan Harmon will appear in the Season 2 finale of ABC s Dr. Ken starring Ken Jeong , who was a regular on Harmons NBC comedy.In the episode titled Kens Big Audition, Harmon will play himself, the creator of a new TV comedy set at a community college. Harmon's character saw Ken perform stand-up at an open mic and invites him to audition for a part on his show with blissfully little idea what he's getting himself ...Read More... http://deadline.com/2017/02/community-reunion-dan-harmon-guest-ken-jeong-dr-ken-season-1201958007/

Jonathan Banks to Visit 'Dr. Ken' for 'Community' Reunion

The 'Better Call Saul' star will play a tough former professor of Ken's in an episode set to air in March. ...Read More... http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/dM-c5ZTMPOY/community-reunion-jonathan-banks-dr-ken-971774

12 Shows of Christmas, Part 3

Part one of the 12 Shows of Christmas from Scotwot and TelevisionFanboy is here . Part two is here .   For the ninth day of Christmas, Scotwot gave to me... My So-Called Life 's exquisite melancholy "Do we have to keep talking about religion? After all, it's Christmas!" There are light touches of humor peppered throughout this dark and troubling episode, offering us relief from the reality of the show. The humor ensures we don't feel preached at, plus, as nothing is neatly tied up by the end credits, we are given space to think about the issues raised: homophobia, teenage homelessness, loneliness, rejection, and depression. "So-Called Angels" is this episode's title, although it could be retitled "The Best of Intentions Gone Awry." I think we all believe, or at least hope, that we'd do the right thing in most situations, although determining what the right thing to do is, as we learn by watching these characters, not always easy. Questions are asked that sadly, 20 years on, are just as relevant as they were when the show aired. Even the phone number given at the end is still the same. Excellent writing and cinematography layer the episode with subtle juxtapositions. Almost every shot has a musical or visual element playing out in the background. Combined with the dialogue, these components either belie our idealization of Christmas or tell us exactly what is going on in a character's life. Angela Chase (Claire Danes) may be the protagonist of the show, but Rickie Vasquez (Wilson Cruz) is the shining star of this episode. His performance as a gay teenager beaten by a family member is exceptional and heart-breaking. This is certainly not the happiest show on the list, but its honesty about teenage/parental life, especially at Christmas, makes it my most loved.   For the 10th show of Christmas, TelevisionFanboy gave to me... the best sitcom ever: Community Community 's Christmas episodes are exceptionally weird and enjoyable. There's an adorable foray into Abed's emotional breakdown, a laugh-filled episode focused on a group kidnapping, and even a jolly glee club episode where the gang steps up after the old team dies in a car crash. If these don't sound like traditional Christmas episodes to you, you're right. Community 's holiday episodes are outrageously off-topic, but always circle back to a theme. The holidays are about spending them with your family and this group of oddballs is a family. Here are a few highlights from Christmas episodes past: Decorating the Christmas Troy. Delivering a candy cane beatdown. A sanity-restoring group hug. A not-at-all creepy Community non-denominational celebration. And somehow Britta being even worse.   For the 11th show of Christmas, Scotwot gave to me... The West Wing getting funny Hold up, hold up, stop scrolling! This is a politics-free zone, truly! The West Wing has some truly funny Christmas moments that are best illustrated in GIFs. Enjoy giggling your way through this selection of goodies: We strongly suggest that you do not kiss Santa Claus in front of your children, unless of course you want to spend your Florida retirement home ahem, "kids' college fund," money on their extensive counseling. "I saw Mommy kissing Santa Claus" may be a cute song, but IRL, not so much. Claudia Jean! Hey, if the kids are sound asleep, what happens in the den stays in the den. Especially if it's just a fake Santa. Dad decides to cook! Joy! (Or not.) When your dad realizes that cooking the turkey is just a tad more complicated than he thought, help is at hand. This is my house right about the time the booze runs out — and the turkey still isn't ready. Even the most optimistic of us feel this at some point. Sneaking out the back door is not the worst thing to do — especially as you still haven't cooked the turkey! Whilst sneaking out, you might by chance meet the guy who likes you and take all your pent up frustration at having had no food or booze and say this to him, in exactly this way. Oh yeah, he'll back off, in about 100 years. However, if you're trapped at the office Christmas party, the booze is flowing, and suddenly you realize you have the hots for your (single) boss? #goforitatXmas The moment you realize sometimes your colleagues just don't like you, even at Christmas. Choose your desired comfort from the choices below: a) too much booze b) too much food c) go to your office till everyone leaves Yep, Toby chose C. FLOTUS chose A — along with C.J. and some pals they have themselves a merry old time sneaking away from the party with some very good booze. However, if do you choose option A, you will awaken the next morning wondering exactly this...   For the 12th and final show of Christmas, TelevisionFanboy gave to me... Charlie Brown and Snoopy! A Charlie Brown Christmas is the perfect holiday special. Every year it brings families together to tell a wonderful story of appreciation and love. Free of commercialization and voiced by a cast of children, this special (first airing in 1965) almost never happened. Executives feared it was too slow-paced and amateur for audiences. Its message of love and perseverance has proved timeless and it has won both a Peabody and an Emmy. More than 50 years later, this special continues to be immensely popular. So remember to have fun, wish your loved ones well, and don't forget to...   From all of us here at SideReel, happy holidays! div.post p { text-align: justify; }

Joel McHale of Great Indoors Talks Community Movie and His Chevy Chase Feud

On the new CBS sitcom The Great Indoors, Joel McHale plays Jack Gordon, an outdoors magazine writer whose boss ( Stephen Fry ) brings him back to the city to herd a team of millennials. McHale, of course, became famous for playing another smartass, ex-lawyer Jack Winger on NBCs Community. TheWrap recently spoke with McHale about both shows, his new book and the inevitable problems with former costar Chevy Chase .  ...Read More... http://www.thewrap.com/joel-mchale-great-indoors-community-chevy-chase/