‘Community’ Finally Fulfills the Six Seasons and a Movie Prophecy

The phrase “Six seasons and one movie” has long been a bittersweet statement for fans of the hit sitcom. Community. Sure enough, the show manages the six-season season of Abed’s prophecy (originally meant for the NBC superhero series Cape, part management and no film), but the idea of ​​a Community movies always seem so far away. But more than seven years after the final episode aired, most of the team will return to Greendale Community College.

Based on Diversity, the Community The series will be released on Peacock, and will presumably be continued after the events of the series’ 2015 ending. (NBC ran the first five seasons; the last season made for Yahoo! Screen is now defunct.) At the end of the show, the original core team was relegated to Joel McHale, Alison Brie, Gillian Jacobs and Danny Pudi, and supporting actors Jim Rash and Ken Jeong.

While Chevy Chase, Donald Glover and Yvette Nicole Brown all left at the end of the show, Community fans are cautiously optimistic that the latter two could be involved in the film. Joel McHale tagged both of them in his tweet announcing the movieand both participated in the May 2020 fundraising panel of the fifth episode “Multi-Scientific Collaboration”. (The bigger change would come if Chase somehow returned to the fold: His character was killed off, and he had a well-documented feud with show creator Dan Harmon. )

In an August 31 interview with Newsweek, Harmon gave fans their first real glimmer of hope in a while, telling fans that making the film was “a matter of time”, but softened expectations by scene It could be one to eight years from now, that’s how the industry works. “But Harmon, who was busy with massive success Rick & Morty (and many DIY projects), states that a sketch for the film already exists and has been introduced. It’s not clear what the plot will look like, although, while reading May’s charity board, Glover raised the idea of ​​a story around what happened to his character Troy – he left Greendale to travel around the world with actor LeVar Burton – which was enthusiastically received by Harmon.

When the season six finale aired, Community was not renewed or cancelled, and what ended up being the end of the series played with that sense of uncertainty. As the school year drew to a close, the show’s remaining core cast of characters (in the final signature boom of the comedic meta) pondered what the seventh season would look like, bringing in Abed (Pudi) and Annie ( Brie) out into the real world with no guarantee they’ll return to Greendale, while Jeff (McHale) and Britta (Jacobs) stay. (Though it has a very different look and is more of a humour, it’s worth noting that the Yahoo part – again led by Harmon, who made it to season four – is worth watching if you skip it. , as many fans have done.)

However Community Never before have the ratings numbers of NBC’s colleagues like Office or Parks and Recreation, it inspired an avid fan base who worked hard to save the show after it was first canceled in 2014. During its run, the series won an Emmy. for Outstanding Individual Achievement in Animation for the Christmas Clay Special and was nominated for screenplay and stunt coordination. This ultimate award is an action-packed legacy befitting a show whose roster of directors includes AvengersThe Russo Brothers and Fast and the Furious‘Justin Lin.

https://www.gq.com/story/community-movie-peacock ‘Community’ Finally Fulfills the Six Seasons and a Movie Prophecy

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