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We’ve all heard the expression “the answer was right in front of him all along” — and on this Tuesday’s Hollywood Game Night (10/9c on NBC), we’ll get to see it spring to vivid life as Heroes Reborn star Zachary Levi gets stumped during a game of “Lil Picassos.”
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Fresh from her trip to [wherever the heck she ended up in the season finale], new “Dark One” Jennifer Morrison was joined by her Once Upon a Time co-stars Saturday for the ABC drama’s panel at San Diego Comic-Con, where moderator Yvette Nicole Brown got everyone to ponder what the future might hold for each of their characters.
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“A lot of Season 4 was about her confidence being shaken,” Morrison said of Emma and the secret that Snow and Charming kept about her origin. “It cut her belief in herself.” Moving forward, Morrison said, “She’s going to face the darkness »
“I would guess yes,” he said during a stop in our Comic-Con interview suite at the Hard Rock Hotel, citing the “velocity and trajectory” of the show’s cast as one reason that a seventh season isn’t likely.
Comic-Con 2015 has kicked off in San Diego, and below you'll find Digital Spy's mega-guide, listing all of the major movies and TV panels for each day.
Note: All timings are in California's Pacific Standard Time (Pst), for GMT (UK time) add 8 hours. So 12 noon in San Diego will be 8pm in London.
13 things we're most excited about at Comic-Con 2015
Browse our ultimate guide day-by-day:
Thursday, July 9
Friday, July 10
Saturday, July 11
Sunday, July 12
Thursday, July 9
Open Road (10.45am local time/6.45pm UK time, Hall H)
The Autobiography of James T Kirk (10.45am local time, 6.45pm UK time, Ballroom 20)
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2 / The Last Witch Hunter (12pm local time, 8pm UK time, Hall H)
New footage presentation, plus cast and filmmaker »
Below is Digital Spy's daily guide to the major movies and TV panels happening in San Diego this Saturday, July 11.
Once Upon a Time (10am local time, 6pm UK time, Ballroom 20)
Cast members Ginnifer Goodwin, Jennifer Morrison, Robert Carlyle, Lana Parrilla, Josh Dallas, Emilie de Ravin, Colin O'Donoghue, Sean Maguire and Rebecca Mader appear for a Q&A alongside co-creators and executive producers Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz. The session will be moderated by Community's Yvette Nicole Brown, and also features a sneak peak at season five.
Footage presentations and Q&As.
San Diego Comic-Con 2015 has released their full schedule for Saturday, July 11. For your convenience, we have pulled out all of the movie, TV and DVD related panels and events below, but you can can visit Comic-Con.org to check out the full schedule including comic book and video game panels. Take a look at all of the movie, TV and DVD events that will take place during the first day of Comic Con.
10:00am - 11:00am SpongeBob SquarePants
The cast of SpongeBob is back! All your Bikini Bottom favorites are on hand to perform Idiot Box at a live table read as chosen by the fans online. Featuring Tom Kenny (SpongeBob), Bill Fagerbakke (Patrick Star), Rodger Bumpass (Squidward), and Dee Bradley Baker (all other Biukini Bottomites.. Following the performance will be a Q&A with the cast and creative director, Vincent Waller. Plus, a sneak peek at a »
Once Upon a Time is locked in for its fifth trip to the San Diego Comic-Con, while The Muppets are set to make their debut at the pop culture showcase.
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ABC has announced that Once will present its panel on Saturday, July 11, at 10 am (in Ballroom 20), followed by an autograph signing at 11:15 (in Booth 4245).
Ginnifer Goodwin, Jennifer Morrison, Lana Parrilla, Josh Dallas, Emilie de Ravin, Colin O’Donoghue and Robert Carlyle, plus newly promoted series regulars Rebecca Mader and Sean Maguire, will join Once creators Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz for the Q&A, »
Six seasons and a movie? Six seasons, a movie, and then a seventh season? Six seasons and goodbye? Where exactly do things stand with "Community"? The sitcom wrapped its sixth season, and first as part of Yahoo Screen, with an episode that felt even more like a series finale than any of the previous maybe-kinda-sorta finales. (Spoilers follow.) "Emotional Consequences of Broadcast Television" had Jeff and the other characters speculating on what a "season 7" of their adventures might look like, and which characters would be a part of it. Jeff eventually made peace with the idea that he'll likely be the last member of the original study group still at Greendale, and he sent Abed and Annie off for new job opportunities in Hollywood and with the FBI, respectively. On top of that, Gillian Jacobs and Ken Jeong already have new series jobs lined up. At an La Times event on Tuesday, »
- Alan Sepinwall
#SixSeasonsAndAMovie -- We first became aware of this concept in "Paradigms of Human Memory", episode twenty-one of season two. It was a joke in reference to the NBC show "The Cape", which obviously did not make it that long. However, when "Community" started to have its distribution trouble and was pulled from the air in the middle of its third season, #SixSeasonsAndAMovie became the call to arms for every fan to have their beloved show back on the air. Since then, creator and show runner Dan Harmon has been fired and rehired, three major cast members have left, and the show's even been cancelled. Yet, here we are, and "Community" has now fulfilled the first half of that hashtag. It all culminated in "Emotional Consequences of Broadcast Television" which aired, or I guess was uploaded to Yahoo! Screen, on Tuesday June 2, the season and possibly series finale. Unlike the season five finale, »
- Mike Shutt
Is that the last we'll see of Community or will the hashtag become a reality when six seasons are joined by a movie?
Warning: contains spoilers for Community season 6.
For the first time since 2009, Community just got through a season without the threat of cancellation looming over it at any given moment. NBC finally pulled the plug on Dan Harmon's weird and wonderful series in 2014 after five seasons, but like Arrested Development before it and The Mindy Project since, it got another season by moving online, to the Yahoo! Screen streaming service.
Given how Harmon was fired in 2012, following a harried production schedule on season three and a very public dispute with Chevy Chase over filming, it seems kind of impossible that the show ever got to the six seasons for which the fans campaigned ceaselessly. #SixSeasonsAndAMovie became the rallying cry for Greendale's Human Beings and the lifespan of »
Six seasons are done - now it's time for a movie, right? Or is it season 7? We've compiled some quotes from Team Community...
Another season of Community has drawn to a close. It's not the first time the show has offered a sense of finality, so Emotional Consequences Of Broadcast Television may not be the end of the line, after all. Indeed, Community, generally, refuses to die. So, what's being planned? Does the show have a future, still?
The show's creator Dan Harmon was quick to shut down any rumours, telling Twitter "I'm gonna delete my Twitter app and take a couple weeks off the internet and no interviews and I love you."
Yahoo, who saved the show and funded season 6, were a bit more keen to chat, and released this statement: “With the season six finale of Community airing today, we’re continually excited by how much fans are engaging with the series. »
"I don't think we are, unless they pay me a lot of money… I think we will do a movie if Dan will write the script."
McHale had earlier addressed the cast changes that Community has undergone over the years, »
That has to be it, right?
Community aired its sixth — and presumably final — season finale Tuesday featuring multiple character exits and visions of a not-too-practical Season 7.
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“Emotional Consequences of Broadcast Television” found Elroy exiting for a West Coast gig at LinkedIn, Annie leaving for a D.C. internship with the FBI and Abed departing to Los Angeles to work as a production assistant on a new Fox sitcom.
Though the last shot of the Nipple Dippers faded to black and the hashtag “#andamovie,” even Abed acknowledged that the notion of »
Community's funny, warm and self-referential season 6 finale feels like an ideal end to the series as we know it...
This review contains spoilers.
6.13 Emotional Consequences Of Broadcast Television
“I can't count the reasons I should stay...”
A couple of weeks ago, we wondered how the remaining two episodes of Community's sixth season could top the third-from-last actionpalooza in episode eleven, Basic Espionage, and we were answered with last week's Wedding Videography, which stands as the highlight of the season and perhaps one of the funniest episodes the show has ever done.
But in a season that started with the goal of grounding the series' drifting premises, we've nevertheless had a few reprisals of previous high concepts, particularly in the most recent paintball and documentary episodes. The finale, written by head writers Dan Harmon and Chris McKenna, is a roundabout rehash of the show's most conceptually ambitious bottle episode, »
“Community,” which has spent its six seasons on the brink of cancellation, has had the same conundrum with every season closer: making both a season finale that leaves room for more story, while at the same time making a series finale that ties up loose ends in case it truly is the end.
The season six finale was no different — except for the fact that the episode had a heightened sense of finality, moreso than other season closers. While Yahoo Screen and Sony Television have yet to make any official announcements regarding the fate of the show, the last episode of season six, aptly titled “The Emotional Consequences of Broadcast Television,” seemed to be Dan Harmon and Chris McKenna’s way of telling fans that, should it be actually the end, it’s all okay.
And, should this be the end, it’s a satisfying and touching one — and also »
- Alex Stedman
Big changes are coming to some of your favorite TV shows, including a departure on Castle and a demotion on Nashville. In other casting news, an actor known for High School Musical has been hired on The Fosters, another original Heroes cast member is returning for Reborn (along with another newbie), another actor has signed on for Chicago Med and there's some exciting news regarding Yvette Nicole Brown and Community. Read on for all the details.
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Brown is listed as a guest star in the series’ official synopsis, along with Family Guy‘s Seth Green. Per the episode logline: “As their sixth year at Greendale draws to a close, Abed asks everyone to imagine pitching a TV show about what they would do in Season 7.”
Despite their differences, Oscar and Felix are sticking together -- and CBS is sticking with their show. The network has renewed The Odd Couple for a second season.
On this version of The Odd Couple, endearing slob Oscar Madison (Matthew Perry) is a sports-writer and uptight neat freak Felix Unger (Thomas Lennon) is a photographer. They're two former college buddies who become unlikely roommates after the demise of their marriages. Other castmembers are Lindsay Sloane, Wendell Pierce, and Yvette Nicole Brown.
Ahead of network upfronts next week, a number of channels put in notices for pickups and cancellations over the week. Fox’s Backstrom, CBS’ Battle Creek, The McCarthys, and Stalker, NBC’s Marry Me, One Big Happy, State of Affairs, and Constantine all became one-season shows. NBC’s About a Boy also got a cancellation notice this week, as did Fox’s The Mindy Project and The Following.
Fox has also given series orders to Minority Report and Lucifer, while CBS has picked up Supergirl. Among returning shows, The Simpsons got a two-season renewal, while IFC renewed Comedy Bang! Bang!, and The Playstation Network gave its original series Powers a second season. NBC also renewed The Mysteries of Laura and The Night Shift, as well as the sitcom Undateable, whose entire third season will consist of live episodes.
- Deepayan Sengupta
Despite Hollywood’s cutthroat reputation, the industry’s penchant for helping one another was a common refrain at the 4th annual Reel Stories, Real Lives event at Milk studios Hollywood on Saturday, benefitting the Motion Picture & Television Fund.
Kevin Spacey was the man of the hour, receiving a special tribute for his enduring support of the Fund. But the rest of the evening entailed a series of stories about people the Fund has helped, written by top industry writers including Jason Fuchs, Bill Dubuque and Beau Willimon, and read by familiar faces like Lizzy Caplan, Tony Goldwyn and John Stamos, who joked that since the “Full House” Netflix reboot is officially happening, he and Spacey should combine shows to create “Full House of Cards.”
In addition to being a longtime supporter of the hospital and the Fund’s work to provide homes for members of the industry who need help, »
- Seth Kelley
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