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Community is set to kick off on March 17th at its new home on Yahoo Screen, and you finally get a glimpse of what’s in store for you as the gang returns for its unprecedented sixth “season” in community college.
It’s going to be an adventure, as has everything related to Community since the beginning.
Apart from everything else, the show has lost several members over time, including Yvette Nicole Brown, who has moved to The Odd Couple. Still, it’s a new day, Joel McHale, Danny Pudi, Alison Brie, and the rest of the gang have some new blood for the show, and there is a pretty solid chance that the show will do better than ever.
Of course, there’s also been a lot of talk about how the format will and won’t change, especially as regards existence in the somewhat less restricted world of non-network television… »
- Marc Eastman
It was a sad day when NBC canceled Community, but the comedy was resurrected a month later by Yahoo. Now, we have the first trailer for the storied sixth season, set to debut March 17, and it's a reunion with most of the original characters - though, of course, Donald Glover, Chevy Chase, and Yvette Nicole Brown are long gone. Say hello to Greendale once again and a few new characters in this first trailer, which spoofs the Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer. »
It's un-Dean-iable, the trailer for the new season of Community has us super excited for season 6 to hit Yahoo! Screen on March 17. For those who have not had the chance to watch it, here are the five most hilarious quotes from the new trailer:5. "You are the worst actor I've ever directed, and I've directed both Wahlbergs!" -??? (Jason Mantzoukas)We might not know the name of the character played by Parks and Recreation's Mantzoukas, but that doesn't make it any less funny when he pours a drink over Chang's (Ken Jeong) head as he compares him to brothers Donnie and Mark Wahlberg. »
- Patrick Gomez, @PatrickGomezLA
After teasing its return on new home Yahoo! Screen with a hyper self-aware, anti-trailer, Community, in classic form, has upped the meta ridiculousness in the first official trailer for its forthcoming sixth season in a clip that bares a striking resemblance to the Avengers: Age of Ultron teaser.
But instead of Iron Man and the Hulk doing battle, there's a mess of frisbees, a melodramatic Dean Pelton in a virtual reality suit, a group of inmates attending classes via roving tablets and Jeff Winger portraying a white-haired space mayor in an outrageous, »
It seems almost impossible that Community is set to debut its sixth season next month. Over its tenure, the show has dealt with internal bust-ups, sackings, re-hirings (creator Dan Harmon returning for season 5), cast members departing and some particularly low viewing figures compared to other high-profile shows. And, who can forget, being cancelled by NBC last year.
But, despite all of that and its somewhat inevitable cancellation, Community lives on thanks to Yahoo!, and have revealed the first full trailer for the new season. Yahoo! Screen, who purchased the rights to the show, are set to air the new season on March 17th, with it’s UK bow set for 24 hours later.
Despite some of the original cast leaving for different reasons (Chevy Chase was sacked after season 4, Donald Glover left for his own show just after season 5 had started, and Yvette Nicole Brown left before season 6 began to take »
- Scott J. Davis
After a long, tumultuous journey, Community is heading back to our screens this March when Greendale Community College opens its doors for a sixth season. Its shift from NBC to the small screen abode of Yahoo! Screen sees the return of series creator Dan Harmon and a core cast of returning fan favorites. To reacquaint Greendale aficionados with the show – and to introduce its newbies – Yahoo! has now debuted a brand new trailer for the forthcoming season.
Leaning heavily on the series’ hankering for pop. culture shenanigans, this new teaser for the season proves that there’s still plenty of movie and TV material left to mine. Namely, Avengers: Age Of Ultron, which the trailer emulates with its own cheeky title card – Community: Age Of Yahoo.
Thrown into the mix of ragtag Greendale attendees are two new stars. Paget Brewster, who the dean describes in perfect meta-fashion as “New »
- Gem Seddon
“Community” is making its triumphant return after being rescued by Yahoo Screen, but the first trailer for the upcoming sixth season of Dan Harmon’s sitcom shows that it’s 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 during the show’s fifth season. Also Read: Wisdom of Leonard Nimoy’s Mr. »
- Linda Ge
Exactly two weeks before the final season of Community kicks off on its new online home at Yahoo! Screen, we finally have the first trailer for Season 6. The footage clearly pays homage to Avengers: Age of Ultron, touting "allies" including new cast members Keith David as Elroy Patashnik, a retired scientist who joins the Greendale study group, and even a new educational format, with local prisoners "attending" classes at Greendale via Skype.
There will be plenty of changes in store for the community college thanks to the addition of Paget Brewster, who plays Francesca "Frankie" Dart, a consultant brought in to help whip Greendale into shape. Season 6 will be missing a few familiar faces though, with Yvette Nicole Brown leaving the show to take care of her ailing father, and Season 5 star Jonathan Banks also not returning, due to his commitment to AMC's Better Call Saul.
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My fellow Greendale Human Beings, the Community Season 6 trailer has arrived, and it is glorious. Despite yet another cast departure, with Yvette Nicole Brown exiting Community as a series regular in order to take care of her ailing father, and a move from NBC to Yahoo Screen, the three-minute long trailer (okay, well, technically, it’s two minutes and fifty-six seconds, but, you know, who’s counting?) feels like the same weird, lovable, and, of course, hilarious Community that we all know and love. Without giving away all the goodness in the trailer (and trust me, there’s a lot to look forward to), the video certainly gives a taste of what Community Season 6 will be like and how new cast members Criminal Minds‘ Paget Brewster and Enlisted‘s Keith David will fit into the group. Even from the short scenes we have with them, it’s clear that Dan Harmon and co. »
- Chris King
And judging by the contents of the three-minute video, that’s not going to be difficult at all.
In the trailer released by Yahoo! Screen — where the comedy’s new episodes will stream — Criminal Minds vet Brewster and Enlisted actor Keith David appear as the community college’s latest hires, who quickly realize this campus is anything but average. (After all, how many colleges accidentally give degrees to dogs? »
Community fans were relieved when the NBC sitcom was picked up for a sixth season by Yahoo. Despite losing cast-members Jonathan Banks, Yvette Nicole Brown, and Donald Glover, the sitcom is back for another round of bizarre comedy with new additions Paget Brewster and Keith David. The first trailer for the web only season of Community has been revealed and spoofs the same format as the Avengers: Age Of Ultron trailer. There does seem to be a bit of a shift in the production quality of the »
- Alex Maidy
Studio 60 should have killed, Mr. Sunshine was rather funny, and though I wasn’t a believer in Go On for a while, it got to me after a few episodes. None of them lasted two dozen episodes, but they didn’t get yanked after, let’s say, four either, so they got some chance to get moving. For whatever reason, where other Friends stars have had certain success (Joey, oddly enough, has one of the best shows on television right now), there’s a certain, “Look Dude, you’re Chandler,” vibe that seems to still be following Perry.
More importantly, there’s something very ’70s about The Odd Couple, as a play, an idea, and something we have to work with week after week. »
- Marc Eastman
Community season six will air on broadcast television in the UK.
The comedy series is returning to Sony Entertainment Television with a double-bill on Wednesday, March 18 at 10.05pm - 24 hours after its Us debut.
By contrast, the sixth season will be online-only in America, with Yahoo! Screen streaming the run after NBC axed the show.
Brewster is playing Francesca 'Frankie' Dart, a consultant aiming to improve Greendale Community College.
David will feature as a washed-up inventor named Elroy Patashnik.
The original television version of The Odd Couple ran for five seasons on ABC and Jack Klugman and Tony Randall were beloved in their roles as Oscar and Felix. How will this new version perform in the ratings for CBS? Will it be a hit or a flop? Cancelled or renewed for a second season? Stay tuned.
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.
The ratings are typically the best indication of a show's likelihood of staying on the air. The higher the ratings (particularly the 18-49 demo), the better the chances for survival. This chart will be updated »
Episodes: Ongoing (half-hour)
TV show dates: February 19, 2015 -- Tbd
Series status: Has not been cancelled
TV show description:
Based on the Neil Simon stage comedy (which later spawned movie and a couple TV show incarnations), this sitcom revolves around two single friends who are trying to figure out how to live together without killing each other.
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. Felix has been kicked out by his wife Ashley while Oscar's ex Gaby (Lauren Graham) divorced him because of he's such a slob. Felix »
The latest version of "The Odd Couple" will premiere tonight at 8:30 on CBS, a few weeks shy of the 50th anniversary of Felix Unger and Oscar Madison's Broadway debut. In the five decades since, Neil Simon's play has proved remarkably flexible, capable of working as a movie and a sitcom, as well as a play, with different actors as compulsive cleaner Felix and unrepentant slob Oscar, even at times change the characters' race or gender. But the CBS version is the first to suggest the concept has lost its elasticity. It feels like nothing so much as a sock that won't stay up on its own, but which you can't throw out because you've had it around forever. This time around, Matthew Perry is Oscar and Thomas Lennon is Felix. Producer Bob Daily ("Frasier," "Desperate Housewives") has made a few nods to the changing era — Oscar is now »
- Alan Sepinwall
For the longest time, it appeared as though we’d seen the last of the Greendale gang. Following the departure of series creator Dan Harmon along with Yvette Nicole Brown, Donald Glover and Chevy Chase — who played Shirley, Troy and the wise-cracking Pierce Hawthorn in the cult comedy — the once-ironclad proposition of six seasons and a movie seemed like a bridge too far.
Thankfully, Yahoo! staged an 11th hour swoop to pick up Community for its sixth season, which will premiere exclusively on the platform come March 17. With little under a month to go, People magazine has published our first look at the upcoming series, which stars Gillian Jacobs and Joel McHale opposite series newcomer Keith David.
As part of the coverage, the outlet also spoke to McHale about the show’s dramatic turnaround, and how close the beloved sitcom really was to going off the air for good.
- Michael Briers
Attention Greendale, class is back in session. When Community was canceled by NBC last summer, fans feared they had seen the last of the critically acclaimed comedy. But Yahoo will release a sixth season of the sitcom on March 17, and People has an exclusive first look at the new episodes. In anticipation of the upcoming release, star Joel McHale tells People about the new season and what it was like to be saved from cancellation at "the last hour of the last day."Had you given up on getting the chance to return to Greendale Community College?We'd all mourned the loss of the show. »
- Patrick Gomez, @PatrickGomezLA
Attention Greendale, class is back in session. When Community was canceled by NBC last summer, fans feared they had seen the last of the critically acclaimed comedy. But Yahoo! will release a sixth season of the sitcom on March 17, and People has an exclusive first look at the new episodes. In anticipation of the upcoming release, star Joel McHale tells People about the new season and what it was like to be saved from cancellation at "the last hour of the last day."Had you given up on getting the chance to return to Greendale Community College?We'd all mourned the loss of the show. »
- Patrick Gomez, @PatrickGomezLA
I hope you’re watching Celebrity Name Game, and the ratings indicate that you very well may be. The game show that, according to host Craig Ferguson, hopes to push the boundaries of the genre, has been renewed for a second season, and has announced its upcoming celebrity guests.
Check out the list, and make sure you’re tuning in.
Monday, Feb. 2
Angela Kinsey & Vivica A Fox
Tuesday, Feb. 3
Michael Ealy & Mario Lopez
Wednesday, Feb. 4
Thursday, Feb. 5
Friday, Feb. 6
Katy Mixon & Mario Lopez
Monday, Feb. 9
Tuesday, Feb. 10
Wednesday, Feb. 11
Thursday, Feb. 12
- Marc Eastman
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