Jim Rash and Joel McHale
This class will not be easily dismissed. "Did you know you can major in antics?" marvels Troy (Donald Glover) as NBC's class-act sitcom underdog Community returns from a too-long recess for an odds-defying fourth season (8/7c). There are new showrunners taking over from the show's ignominiously ousted creator...
Joel McHale, Yvette Nicole Brown
October 19 is here — again!
Four months after Community's fourth season was initially supposed to air, the comedy is finally re-opening the doors to Greendale Community College on Thursday at 8/7c on NBC. But how will the delay affect this season? With creator Dan Harmon out, will the cult hit maintain the same niche voice? Should we get our hopes up for a Season 5? And what the frak happened with Chevy Chase? New showrunners David Guarascio and Moses Port and stars Alison Brie and Gillian Jacobs talked to TVGuide.com to help answer all our Community burning questions.
Hugh Jackman and Anne Hathaway
The Screen Actors Guild Awards were held Sunday, and the big ensemble cast winners included Modern Family and Downton Abbey for television comedy and drama, respectively, and Argo for film. Taking home the television acting awards were Tina Fey and Alec Baldwin for 30 Rock, Bryan Cranston from Breaking Bad, and Homeland's Claire Danes.
Here's rundown of some of the night's most memorable moments:
Angus T. Jones
Executives at Warner Bros. TV and CBS didn't see this one coming. Nor did Two and a Half Men boss Chuck Lorre. As a matter of fact, no one did.
Angus T. Jones, who has played Men's Jake Harper since 2003, had always been a mild-mannered young star who mostly avoided press and shunned the limelight. So when a video emerged on YouTube of the 19-year-old actor saying, "If you watch Two and a Half Men, please stop. I'm on Two and a Half Men and I don't want to be on it. Please stop watching it. Please stop filling your head with filth," it stunned everyone — and became a major news story.
Jason Alexander is enrolling in Community.
The Seinfeld alum will...
Gillian Jacobs, Chevy Chase
In news that should shock pretty much no one, Chevy Chase is leaving Community, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Chase, who played millionaire Pierce Hawthorne since the show's premiere in 2009, has amicably parted ways with the show effective...
Community Horror Picture Show
Community fans may have to wait indefinitely for the show's return, but in the meantime, they can get into the Halloween spirit with an interactive clip featuring the cast members acting out horror movie tropes in a best-of compilation of the show's Halloween episodes.
There's more drama for Community. Production on the NBC sitcom was briefly shut down Friday after Chevy Chase dropped the N-word on set, TVLine reports.
It's the first day of October and a sweltering 108 degrees on the Paramount lot, where NBC's fan favorite sitcom Community films. And yet, meeting for a coffee near the show's soundstage, new executive producers Moses Port and David Guarascio aren't breaking a sweat.
Community has already shot half of its 13 episodes for fall, and Port and Guarascio have...
Chevy Chase says his decision to participate in Community was a "big mistake" and that he considers sitcoms to be "the lowest form of television," according to the Huffington Post's UK edition.