First Promo for 2011 Thursday Comedies

By , December 29, 2010

The first promo for Thursday comedies 2.0, when Community returns and is joined by the return of Parks and Rec and newcomer Perfect Couples!

This hilarious night of TV (with 6, yes 6, shows) kicks off January 20th.

Happy New Year!

All Night, All Right
Nonstop comedy comes to NBC Thursday nights starting January 20th at 8/7c.

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The Cast of ‘Community’ As ‘The Avengers’

By , December 25, 2010

Marvel Studios and director Joss Whedon already have The Avengers assembled and ready to go. So, unfortunately, this awesome piece of art by Chris Schweizer will have to remain a pipe dream. Schweizer was commissioned to do a drawing of the cast of NBC’sCommunity and decided to imagine the cast as The Avengers.

Source: /Film

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NBC repeats of ‘Community’ ’30 Rock’ tied #2 in adults 18-49

By , December 20, 2010

At 8 p.m. ET, an encore telecast of “Community” averaged a 1.2/4 in 18-49 and 3.2 million viewers overall.  In the time period, “Community” tied for #2 among ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox and CW in men 18-34.

Source: RBR

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Community Stop Motion Highlights!

By , December 11, 2010

Highlights from last night’s Christmas classic:

Ep 211: Landing in a Winter Wonderland
Abed transports – and transforms – his friends so that together they can discover the meaning of Christmas.

Ep 211: Troy and Abed in Stop Motion!

Now it’s Troy’s turn to see the world in stop motion.

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Community Cast Speculates on Show’s Direction

By , December 9, 2010

TV Guide has a theory about the show: That the characters in Community are real people who are slowly coming to the realization that they are trapped inside a TV sitcom, not dissimilar to the circumstances confronting the characters of the Jean Paul Sartre play No Exit.

Check out what the actors have to say about this theory:

Donald Glover (Troy): “Wow! That’s really cool! There’s so many things I love there — LostNo Exit reference, which is a play I did — that is great!”

Alison Brie (Annie) and Danny Pudi (Abed):

Pudi (Laughing): “I’ve been told things like that recently, like they’re all figments of Abed’s imagination.”

Brie: “Abed in a straight jacket.”

Gillian Jacobs (Britta): “I really like that. Did you ever watch that show, ‘Til Death? There was a plot line where one of the characters became convinced that he was in a sitcom, and it became even more meta than our show, if you can actually believe it.”

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