The current season of Community will also be the last for co-showrunners Neil Goldman and Garrett Donovan. The duo, who have been with NBC Universal for six years, have landed a two-year deal with 20th Century Fox, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
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Goldman and Donovan have served as writer-producers on the Community for the show's first three seasons. Although a cult and critical favorite, the show has yet to be renewed for a fourth season.
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"We've had our eye on them for a long time," says Dana Walden, chairman of 20th Century Fox TV, describing the two as "incredibly funny" and "incredibly beloved."
Goldman and Donovan began working as a team on Fox's Family Guy, and later moved to NBC's Scrubs, where they served as executive producers until the show's eighth season.