Community could return says creator.

by | May 12, 2014 | All, TV News

As the US networks shake up their schedules we learnt that NBC has pulled the plug on troubled comedy Community. The axing means the show won’t reach its sixth season, but creator Dan Harmon has revealed he wouldn’t count out the college based sitcom yet. In an article for TVLine Harmon said,  he “won’t be lukewarm” about the idea if/when discussions with Sony Pictures TV resume this week. “I’m not going to be the guy that recancels cancelled Community.  “There are lots of reasons a Community resurrection could be difficult” and that “I’m scared to tell you how little a difference I think my enthusiasm will make.” Harmon then reiterated he “will not be standing in the way” of a hypothetical Season 6, but encouraged fans to “sit back and treat yourself to some New Girl and Parks [and Recreation] and Mindy [Project] and Brooklyn 99 and Eagleheart and Portlandia,” as well as Matt Berry’s Toast of London and his own Adult Swim series Rick and Morty.

The series, which is shown in the UK by Sony TV has struggled to find a UK following.

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