Which TV series will your friends (and the entire internet) be talking about this week? Stay informed—or at least be able to fake it—with SideReel's weekly guide to The Most Important Shows on TV. Community (Season Premiere) Tuesday at 3:00am on Yahoo! Screen Why: Because creator Dan Harmon is a genius, star Joel McHale is ridiculously attractive, and this crazy meta-comedy has had more lives than even the luckiest of cats. Prepare to talk about: How this show manages to reinvent itself every season; whether the fact that it's lost half of its original cast members has been detrimental; whether the show has been totally "Britta'd" in its transition to Yahoo! Screen. Empire (Season Finale) Wednesday at 9:00pm on FOX Why: The Lyons are the family you kind of wish you had (even though they're all pretty cray), and this is the last chance you'll have to spend time with them for MONTHS. NOOOOOO! GET WELL SOON LUCIOUS! Prepare to talk about: Who'll take over the company; whether Lucious is really on his way out of the world; how Empire will fend off attacks from rivals; why Cookie is just the best (marry me, Cookie; I'll never cut you out of the biz). Glee (Series Finale) Friday at 9:00pm on FOX Why: You probably liked this show once upon a time! Maybe you still do! But it's ending, like it should have done before Ryan Murphy got bored with it and focused all of his efforts on the bonkers American Horror Story and the characters you actually cared about graduated from high school. Prepare to talk about: How much you cried, because you're basically an emo theater teen at heart; how you still miss The Glee Project ; how poor Tina Cohen-Chang really got screwed out of any good storylines; how you'll always miss Finn. Leah E. Friedman is the editor of SideReel.com. You can follow her musings on Twitter .
How to watch Community on Yahoo Screen. Premieres March 17th! Technology can be confusing. But thanks to "Community"s' Gillian Jacobs, it doesn't have to be! The NBC-turned-Yahoo-Screen comedy's Season 6 premiere (March 17) is a week away, which means fans are going to have to get used to a new way of watching the Greendale gang do weird things and live in alternate realities. It's not as simple as turning on your TV to NBC and watching it there, anymore. (Just kidding, it's just as easy. It's just different.)However, because Jacobs knows change can be hard, she's posted an adorably short and sweet how-to video on her Instagram to illustrate all of the ways fans can tune into the show. After all, she probably doesn't want anyone to miss out the next protest Britta holds just because they couldn't figure out how Yahoo Screen works. RELATED: The 'Community' trailer is here, tries really hard... http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Zap2it/~3/NTAeU8I9sa8/how_to_watch_community_yahoo_screen_thanks_gillian_jacobs-2015-03
Community is making its triumphant return after being rescued by Yahoo Screen, but the first trailer for the upcoming sixth season of Dan Harmons sitcom shows that its business as usual at Greendale Community College. Of course, there have been a few changes since the show was canceled by NBC. The most glaring one is the exit of Nicole Yvette Brown, who played Shirley on the show for its first five seasons. Her exit comes after Chevy Chase and Donald Glover left the show duringthe shows fifth season. Read More... http://www.thewrap.com/community-season-6-first-trailer-video/
Steve Guttenberg's tweet from the Community: Season 6 set reveals a gathering of Police Academy alums. Read More... http://www.ign.com/articles/2015/02/10/community-season-6-includes-a-police-academy-reunion
Watch HItFix's red carpet interview with Alison Brie at Sundance: the actress talks "Community," "Sleeping With Other People" and the difference working with a female film director. Read More... http://www.hitfix.com/news/alison-brie-on-community-at-yahoo-weve-never-felt-more-supported-as-a-show
Community will debut March 17 on Yahoo for its sixth season. The former NBC sitcoms return date was unveiled Tuesday at the Television Critics Association Winter Press Tour in a montage plugging the premiere. Read More... http://www.thewrap.com/community-gets-premiere-date-on-yahoo/
Our six-seasons-and-a-movie dreams are just another step closer to coming true! Yahoo's upcoming revivial of former NBC comedy Community now has an official release date — March 17th, 2015 ! Happy Saint Patrick's Day, indeed! And if that's not exciting enough, there's also a new promo featuring the Greendale gang themselves: Are you excited for Community's big season 6 return?
In September Yvette Nicole Brown delivered the sad news that she would not be returning as Shirley Bennett in Season 6 of "Community," due to taking care of her ill father. It was announced a few weeks later that Brown would instead be joining the cast of Matthew Perry's "The Odd Couple" reboot on CBS.At the 2015 Winter press tour Brown clarified that her decision to leave "Community" had everything to do with time -- "The Odd Couple" being multi-cam takes less time to shoot -- and not a creative preference of one show over the other.RELATED: Tina Fey, Amy Poehler and 14 other comedy duos that know how to get stuff doneWhen talking to Zap2it, Brown said that while her schedule doesn't allow for her to film "Community" full time she'd absolutely love to come back as a Season 6 guest star. "If they called me I'd definitely go. It's not a contentious... http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Zap2it/~3/Ml_Uzbbv7Js/community_season_6_yvette_nicole_brown_love_to_guest_star-2015-01
Chevy Chase will return to Community next year. Or at least that's what Chevy Chase says. Read More... http://www.tvguide.com/News/Chevy-Chase-Community-Season6-1090576.aspx?rss=breakingnews
When Season 6 of Community debuts on Yahoo! Screen next year, the comedy will be without Yvette Nicole Brown (Shirley) and Jonathan Banks (Professor Hickey). (She left to take care of her ailing father ; he is committed to AMC's Better Call Saul .) As he worked to fill the cast openings, executive producer Dan Harmon was inspired by how another sitcom handled its own transitions. "I looked at Cheers losing Coach and going to Woody as the example of thinking laterally," he says. "The real job is how to fill the [character] vacuum, rather than replace the person." To embody the moral center held by Shirley, Harmon and... http://www.tvguide.com/News/Community-Paget-Brewster-David-Keith-First-Look-1090395.aspx?rss=breakingnews