Now that Dan Harmon is returning to Community, the returning showrunner had to catch up on the fourth season of the NBC comedy that he was not involved with, which was run by David Guarascio and Moses Port — and his reaction isn't good.
Dan Harmon is (almost) officially returning to Community.
"Yes yes yes! I'm back I'm back I'm back. You can thank @joelmchale," he tweeted on Saturday.
Though Sony would not confirm the news, the deal is expected to come in the next few days.
Community is considering a new, exciting timeline in which Dan Harmon is back in Greendale.
Sony Pictures Television, which produces the NBC comedy, is in talks to have Harmon to return to the show in some capacity, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Good news, human beings! NBC has renewed Community for a fifth season, the network announced Friday.
The cult favorite comedy was on the bubble once again after its fourth season — its first without creator and...
As a twentysomething liberal arts grad, it's pretty much a pre-requisite to love post-modernism. The more meta something is, the better. So needless to say, I've been a huge fan of Community since the beginning (my massive crush on Donald Glover might have helped a little too). But then somewhere in the middle of Season 3, I felt my passion waning. When I first tried to share my concerns, fellow fans shunned me, acting as though I wasn't smart or hip enough to get it.
Then Dan Harmon was fired.