Community Scoop: Jeff and Annie's Romance Gets 'Pumped Up' In Season 3
Any Community fans who have been awaiting a full-fledged romance between Jeff and Annie may finally get their wish come Season 3. At least that’s what series stars Joel McHale and Alison Brie tell TVLine. READ MORE
Comic-Con Outtakes: Lucy Lawless, Zach Levi, Joel McHale, Nathan Fillion, Kaley Cuoco & More
You know how the best thing about the end of any TV season is the release of all the shows’ blooper reels? Turns out, that’s also the best thing about the end of Comic-Con. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Community Scoop: John Goodman Registers as Greendale's Latest Foe
Forget City College — the Greendale Human Beings will encounter a new adversary in Community‘s third season: Mister John Goodman. READ MORE
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
Fall TV Mystery: Who Will Community Cast as the Greendale Gang's New Professor?
School’s out for summer on NBC’s Community, but when Greendale’s elite study group returns for Season 3 come Sept. 22, which class will its members have in common? We got our hands on some casting intel that suggests Joel McHale’s Jeff Winger and his buddies are headed for a crash course in biology — with a brand new professor. The show’s casting department is looking for …READ MORE
Video: Joel McHale Preps Melissa McCarthy For Emmy Nomination Day!
You think hosting the Emmys is a tough gig? Well, it’s a walk in the park compared to unveiling the nominations …READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Eye on Emmy: Alison Brie Embraces Her Spot Within TV's Elite Community of Funny People
Alison Brie was once a drama queen. Though today she is best known for playing both sweet and saucy Annie on NBC’s quirky comedy Community and Mad Men‘s over-the-top scene stealer Trudy, Brie was once a theater student studying the works of Shakespeare on the road to achieving her “naïve” goal of becoming an actress who does only serious stage and film work. Five years later, she’s enlisting her inner funnygirl (and eliciting Emmy buzz) for not one but two acclaimed TV gigs, plus a supporting role in Judd Apatow’s latest film comedy, The Five-Year Engagement. READ MORE
Eye On Emmy: Joel McHale Reveals Why Community Is His 'Boyhood Fantasy Come True'
Joel McHale seems to be everywhere these days. Over the past year, he’s established himself as a respected comedian (touring the country with his standup gig); expanded his burgeoning movie career (he has three films slated for release in 2011 and spent May in Boston shooting the dark comedy Ted opposite Mark Wahlberg); and continued his run on two TV gigs, hosting E!’s weekly satirical clip-show The Soup, and starring on NBC’s buzzy sitcom Community as Jeff Winger, the acerbically charming womanizer with a proverbial heart of gold.
It is the latter that might finally garner some industry recognition for McHale in the form of a 2011 Emmy nomination for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series… READ MORE
Emmys 2011: Sizing Up the Lead Comedy Actor Race — Including Our 6 Dream Nominees
Last year’s Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series race was a David-and-Goliath tale, as relative newcomer Jim Parsons (The Big Bang Theory) brought down comedy giant Alec Baldwin (30 Rock) by denying him a third consecutive win. This year, in addition to both of those likely repeat nominees, there’s also Steve Carell to consider. Having bid farewell to The Office, his swan song season becomes Emmy’s last chance to award him for his seminal role. Will he grab gold? Or will a lovable long shot like Community’s Joel McHale emerge from the pack to change the game? REVIEW CONTENDERS & VOTE
Exclusive Video Preview: Community's Paintball War, With 'Sawyer' and Annie's (Actual) Boobs
“Raised stakes.” “Explosive.” “Colorful.” “Graphic.” “Sawyer.”
Those are just a few of the words the cast of Community use to describe the NBC comedy’s “epic” two-part finale (kicking off this Thursday at 8/7c), which is filled with Western regalia and another brutal paintball battle. I was on set for Night 1 of the season-ending shoot — with Lost‘s Josh Holloway in my direct eyeline — to chat with the Greendale gang about what to expect from the “Modern Warfare” follow-up, and guess what? It’s everything they teased above, and more. WATCH VIDEO & READ MORE