Community Season 4: 6 Scoopy Bits Revealed!
You’d think that after nearly a year of continuous Community scoops — including a full feature with the show’s new bosses timed to its initial premiere date last October — our supply would have run dry.
You’d be wrong!
The cult fave NBC comedy finally launches its much-anticipated fourth season tonight …READ MORE
What to Watch: 5 Web Series Worth Checking Out
A dancin’, advice-spewing Kid President serves as a timely antidote to the current negative political climate, the adorkable Book Club crew concludes their first season with a Karate Kid-inspired episode, and Ira Glass (This American Life) has a hidden talent that combines balloon art and haircuts. READ MORE
The Community Crew (Mae West Included!) Talks Season 4's Big Change, Stunt-Casts Jeff's Dad
When a quorum of Community cast members stopped by TVLine’s Comic-Con interview suite, the first order of business was to address the “elephant in the room” – that is, the big change the beloved NBC comedy must deal with going into Season 4.
Though Joel McHale, Yvette Nicole Brown, Alison Brie and Gillian Jacobs at first tried to dance around the issue …WATCH VIDEO
Community Returns With Blanket Fort Battles, French Stewart and the Highest Stakes Ever!
Chang to the world, NBC’s Community finally resumes its interrupted third season tonight at 8/7c! And while TVLine certainly hasn’t skimped on the scoop during the quirky comedy’s hiatus, we have a few more spoilerly snippets to share before Greendale re-opens its doors. READ MORE
The 10 Most Underrated TV Performances of 2011
When you think back on the year’s standout small-screen performances, no doubt you’ll think of Madeleine Stowe’s turn as a hot, hot piece of ice on Revenge. You’ll recall the Jim Parsons/Mayim Bialik tag team on The Big Bang Theory. You’ll hail the cast of Modern Family (possibly, in particular, in the warp-speed Christmas episode).
But since the holidays are a time for reflection, why not take TVLine’s lead and consider a few performances that you might have overlooked the first time around? READ MORE & VIEW GALLERY
Spoiler Alert! Community Cast Reveals What Will Happen When (Yes, When!) the Show Returns
It’s time to face a cold, hard truth: Community is gone — for now. And since we know with all of our Changmas-lovin’ hearts that the Greendale gang will be back (and the sooner the better), we’ve compiled — with a little help from the cast of the NBC fave — a list of fun and slightly terrifying spoilers you can look forward to when Season 3 resumes this spring. READ MORE
Community Cast Previews Greendale's 'Funny,' 'Deranged' (and Zombie-Free!) Halloween
By the end of this Thursday’s Community, you’ll have added a new word to your vocabulary: britta.
A verb created by the Greendale gang invoking the name of one study-grouper, to “britta” more or less means to screw up royally. Case in point: This year’s Halloween-themed installment of the NBC comedy revolves around Britta …READ PREVIEW & VIEW PHOTO GALLERY
Joel McHale and Gillian Jacobs on Community's 'Scary' New Addition, Possible Booty Calls
You may be Team Jeff/Britta, but we are now 100-percent officially Team Joel/Gillian, coming off the Community twosome’s visit to TVLine’s Comic-Con interview suite. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Eye on Emmy: Community's Gillian Jacobs Schools Us on 'Complex, Hypocritical' Britta
Britta Perry can be a stick in the mud, for sure. And lord knows she’s just as likely to spoil an indie movie as she is to out a genocide-friendly transfer student. But that Gillian Jacobs can do “righteous” so very right while keeping her Community co-ed comely is testament to her knack for walking that fine line. As Emmy buzz begins to swirl around the sophomore crowd-pleaser, TVLine spoke with Jacobs about being Britta. READ MORE
Community's Gillian Jacobs Teases Paintball Finale, Part 2: 'The Dynamic Will Change'
This Thursday at 8/7c, NBC’s Community concludes its sophomore run with Part 2 of its season finale, “For a Few Paintballs More.” When last we tuned in, the dean’s idea to end the school year with a new round of paintball assassin sent the Greendale gang into Wild West mode, complete with Pierce lording over a saloon and the arrival of the Black Rider (Lost‘s Josh Holloway), an hombre as handsome as he was mysterious.
That gunman for hire was felled in the closing moments of Part 1, but then a larger threat emerged: the costumed mascot for Pistol Patty’s Cowboy Creamery and a Star Wars-flavored platoon of pistol-packers. Is it time for the splintered study bunch to assail this evil army as an ensemble? READ MORE