NBC canceled the internet's most beloved television series Community back in May, but there was a glimmer of hope that Hulu might resurrect the Greendale Human Beings . Alas, that glimmer is no more: TVLine reports that Hulu has "abandoned" talks for a potential sixth season for the show, meaning all that "#sixseasonsandamovie" hashtagging has likely been for naught. Sony is still on the hunt for a new home for the series, but the clock is ticking the cast's contracts expire June 30. Somewhere at Netflix, a telephone is ringing ... http://www.vulture.com/2014/06/community-wont-be-heading-to-hulu.html
Community may be over, but Ken Jeong is already back on the small screen and shaking things up on Sullivan & Son . Last time viewers saw Jeong's character, Steve's workaholic brother-in-law Jason, he... http://www.tvguide.com/News/Ken-Jeong-Sullivan-Son-Video-1083060.aspx?rss=breakingnews
Hulu in Talks to Rescue NBC's Community From Cancellation with Sixth Season Pick-Up Could it be? Our dreams for "six seasons and a movie" might not be shot to hell after all! Though nothing has been confirmed, rumor has it that Hulu is in talks to save Community from cancellation.
The streaming service is in talks with producers Sony Pictures Television to bring back the canceled NBC comedy. "We, more than any other studios, fight for shows that we believe in," SPT's Jamie Erlicht told THR. Read More.... http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/RMK69l3ej8A/story01.htm
The Britta Perry of the NBC cult comedy will recur in the upcoming fourth season of the HBO series. Read More... http://www.aceshowbiz.com/news/view/00071158.html
Community Canceled! NBC Gives Joel McHale Comedy the Axe, & Renews Two Other Series FIVE seasons and a movie? Community is officially dunzo, thanks to NBC's latest cancellation spree. See what else got the axe.
It may be time to let go of that whole "six seasons and a movie" dream. Writer-Producer Chris McKenna posts a cryptic tweet about the future of the NBC comedy. Is it the end of the road for Community? Any dreams of "six seasons of a movie" are looking pretty grim ever since Writer-Producer Chris McKenna took to Twitter to share some startling news. "Community is dead," he tweeted in response to a fan's post. He later followed up saying that he may have been exaggerating about the NBC comedy getting the axe, but warned fans to "prepare yourself for non-exaggeration." Would you be devastated to see Community get the boot? Sound off in the comments and stick with us for more TV scoop from Celebified.
As many of you know from my article yesterday about Community being cancelled, I am super, mega, seriously upset about this. I felt like the show had reached a whole new stride, and to think it was taken out when it just found its legs again was sad and a stupid choice on the part of the execs at NBC (yeah, I said it). But what many of us have been wondering is what Dan Harmon, the show’s brilliant creator, thinks about it. Well, Deadline Hollywood has some answers. Read more at http://www.tvovermind.com/tv-news/dan-harmons-thoughts-cancellation-community-234037#2rWgRMEa2XB78RZi.99
It looks like it is five seasons and no movie for NBC’s Community . EW reports NBC has officially cancelled the beloved cult comedy. It seems the series could survive its now infamous gas leak season, but not steeply declining ratings. However, Community might defy death just yet, as Sony TV could try shopping it around to other networks, or perhaps Hulu since the streaming site owns the digital rights. Read More... http://www.tvequals.com/2014/05/09/community-revolution-cancelled-nbc/
Community fans, start mobilizing. That's the message from Sony Pictures Television, the studio behind the NBC sitcom. Community hasn't been renewed for a sixth season and remains very much on the bubble — which is why the producers and stars behind the show are rallying fans to show their support. Read More... http://www.tvguide.com/News/Community-Donald-Glover-1080807.aspx?rss=breakingnews