“Community” Won’t Be On Your TV Schedule Come January
Posted by Newson 11/14/2011 at 7:33 PM
Sad news for comedy nerds: Community has been pulled from NBC’s mid-season schedule, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Just about halfway through its third season, Dan Harmon’s comedy set at the fictional Greendale Community College is responsible for making Joel McHale believable as actor instead of just a reality television pundit, launching the career of Donald Glover and bringing Chevy Chase back to relevance, and also happens to boast one of Popdust’s favorite television theme songs. (RIP Friday Night Lights.) It’s not a death sentence per se, but being pulled from its prime-time spot isn’t exactly a vote of confidence by its parent network. Mourn the impending absence of your favorite study group, Starburns and Greendale’s beloved chicken fingers, by listening to The 88′s “At Least It Was Here,” in full below. And be sure to purchase Childish Gambino‘s new album Camp tomorrow—Donald Glover will likely need some cheering up.
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