Have the weekend free? Going out is overrated! Binge-watch one of these shows instead: If you want to laugh: Community See all reviews for Community The comedy series so self-aware that it may cause viewers to question their own reality, Community ’s lovable cast is thrown into hilariously awesome situations — such as a full out campus paintball tournament. From a claymation christmas special to an ACTUAL zombie episode with an ABBA soundtrack, Community easily breaks away from the cookie-cutter sitcom mold. . If you want to cry: Orange is the New Black See all reviews for Orange is the New Black A show that takes tremendous strides in the perspectives of its female characters, each coming with tragic backstory of how they ended up at Litchfield Prison. As silly as the prison antics may appear to be, they hold a lot of meaning and sentiment to the characters. You’ll find yourself laughing one minute and crying the next in this unpredictable and likable dramedy. Try to avoid bingeing all of the seasons in one sitting! If you want to scream: The Fall See all reviews for The Fall Following serial killer Paul Spector ( 50 Shades of Grey ’s Jamie Dornan) and the detective trying to catch him ( The X-Files ’ Gillian Anderson), The Fall is not just thought-provoking but disturbing on many levels. Deeply analyzing human psychology and morality on topics in regards to feminism and portrayals of women in society, The Fall makes for really good television. Just try not falling too hard for Jamie Dornan. If you want to think: Doctor Who See all reviews for Doctor Who Giving you a whole new Doctor and companion to love every couple of seasons, Doctor Who takes you on a journey across wibbly-wobbly space-time and to the ends of the universe. Watch the rise and fall of civilizations, the triumphs and falls of man, and the Doctor meet some of the universes’ greatest threats. Always remember: Don’t blink, forget, breathe, or think!
Joel McHale offers a glimmer of hope for a Community movie and shares some X-Files revival details. Read More... http://www.ign.com/articles/2015/06/25/joel-mchale-thinks-a-community-movie-will-happen
To honor the potential end of Community, we rank every single episode from the series' run. Yep, all 110 of them. Read More... http://www.tv.com/shows/community/community/post/greendale-forever-ranking-all-the-episodes-of-community-143378138401/
It has been less than a week since the well-received Community season (series?) finale aired, which seems like more than enough time to start asking if there will be more Community in some form. Which is exactly what EW Radio host Jessica Shaw did in her interview with series... Read More... http://feeds.ew.com/~r/entertainmentweekly/tv/coverage/~3/DF8yv5uKpK4/dan-harmon-community-movie
Yahoo may bring Community back for a seventh season, while Dan Harmon discusses the Season 6 finale. Read More... http://www.ign.com/articles/2015/06/03/community-yahoo-discussing-a-season-7-while-harmon-comments-on-the-season-6-finale
The Soup is out there: Joel McHale is the first guest star announced for Fox’s upcoming X-Files series, our sister site Deadline reports. The Community star and Soup host will play a conservative Internet news anchor who becomes an unlikely support for Mulder. Series creator Chris Carter reportedly is a fan of McHale’s work, which led to the stint. Read more at TVLine.com .
Now that the sixth season of "Community" had come to an end, what's next? That's a question on the minds of fans, especially after creator Dan Harmon left Twitter shortly before the finale.RELATED: If 'Community' is ending, Season 6 finale is a perfect goodbyeThe Season 6 finale was filled with talk of possible Season 7 ideas, while the episode ended with the hashtag #andamovie appearing on the screen. That's enough to keep fans excited about a possible future of the show.As for any official answer, there isn't one just yet. However, Yahoo! sounds hopeful that there's more to come. In a statement, Yahoo says, "With the Season 6 finale of 'Community' airing today, we're continually excited by how much fans are engaging with the series. Now that all episodes are available for binge-viewing, stay tuned for how we keep 'Community' delighting its fans."RELATED: 'Community's' Dean Pelton gives Captain America a run for his moneyThat certainly... http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Zap2it/~3/p4xcGOlM1w4/community_season_7_yahoo_says_stay_tuned-2015-06
Community ended its surprising sixth season on Yahoo with "Emotional Consequences of Broadcast Television". It wasn't the first time that Community had to craft a season finale as a series finale but it was one of the most satisfying attempts. In the final moments Jeff (and Community ) both said goodbye to Abed and Annie, as they left Greendale and moved across the country. It was a fitting and touching end to the series as the two youngest members of the original study group grew up and moved on to a new life. While Community left the door open to season 7, "Emotional Consequences of Broadcast Television" should serve as the series finale and be the end of Community . Read More... http://www.buddytv.com/articles/community/why-community-should-end-at-se-56652.aspx
Joel McHale wants you and Conan O'Brien to know that he's ready for a Community movie, but only if he gets billions of dollars. Also, only if Dan Harmon writes the project. Both of those things should be totally manageable, especially if there's a Kickstarter or Indiegogo involved. (We just want McHale to be able to build his evil lair. Good cause.) Read More... http://www.vulture.com/2015/06/joel-mchale-is-ready-for-a-community-movie.html
If Dan Harmon has thoughts about "Community's" Season 6 finale, his Twitter followers aren't going to be the ones to hear them.The showrunner took to Twitter to announce his exit from the social media platform. Don't worry, it's not permanent; he's just taking a "couple weeks" to himself now that the show will be over.The finale airs in a couple hours. I'm gonna delete my Twitter app and take a couple weeks off the internet and no interviews and I love you-- Dan Harmon (@danharmon) June 2, 2015 "Community's" sixth season finale airs on Yahoo Screen on June 2. This is the first season that the show's run on that platform, as NBC aired its previous five. It's unclear if Yahoo plans to renew the series for Season 7.RELATED: 'Community's' Dean Pelton gives Captain America a run for his moneyThis temporary social media hiatus shouldn't come as a huge surprise to Harmon's followers. A handful... http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Zap2it/~3/FMsgWeDueGA/dan_harmon_exits_twitter_community_season_6_finale-2015-06