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Buffy’s Once More, With Feeling Is the Gold Standard of Musical Episodes

From avid television fans to casual watchers, most viewers are familiar with the concept of the musical episode. While it may seem like an unusual choice, musical episodes have become a rite of passage for many popular TV shows, including The Simpsons, Community, and just about any CW series that lasts for a couple of […]

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A Community Movie Is Merely A Matter Of When, According To Dan Harmon

It’s been eight long years since Dan Harmon’s beloved TV show, “Community,” concluded its sixth season, which, per the sage words of Danny Pudi’s universe-hopping character Abed, means the show should’ve given us a series-capping motion picture by now. Fans believed in the six-seasons-and-a-movie dream, but aside from some vague comments here and there, Harmon […]

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Community Cut A Joke That Would Have Completely Changed Shirley’s Character

Dan Harmon’s “Community” was a show that hid its clever interplay between characters behind the veil of a traditional NBC sitcom. Set in the fictional Greendale Community College, “Community” started as a show revolving around a study group for a Spanish class. This group of characters would eventually find other courses to take together and […]

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The Russo Brothers’ Have An Entire Franchise In Mind For Ryan Gosling’s Gray Man Character

The Russo Brothers’ “The Gray Man” is currently in limited release in theaters, and scheduled to land on Netflix on Friday, July 22. The Russos have had something of an odd filmmaking career, starting with inauspicious or low-profile comedy films like “Welcome to Collinwood” and the terrible “You, Me and Dupree” before moving into high-profile […]

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Community’s ‘Six Seasons And A Movie’ Wasn’t Dan Harmon’s Idea

From the moment it went on the air, “Community” proved to be vastly different from other shows on TV, with a penchant for keen pop culture and genre knowledge. With episodes devoted to westerns, conspiracy thrillers, sci-fi, fantasy, and much, much more, “Community” was very different from its contemporaries like “30 Rock” and “Parks and Recreation.”Yet […]

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Back to One, Episode 184: Chris Diamantopoulos

Chris Diamantopoulos was always an actor. Never held another job. He was working on the stage at an early age—touring companies, Broadway—then transitioned to television, film, and eventually voice overs. Never stopped. Some highlights: Russ Hanneman on Silicon Valley, Reinhold on Community, Moe in The Three Stooges, the official voice of Mickey Mouse, and right […]

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‘Invincible’ Trailer: Steven Yeun Voices a Teen Superhero in Amazon’s Adult Animation

Amazon Prime Video continues its splash into adult animated series with “Invincible,” created by Robert Kirkman, the co-creator of “The Walking Dead.” Based on the Skybound/Image comic of the same name by Kirkman, Cory Walker, and Ryan Ottley, “Invincible” is an hour-long episodic series that centers on 17-year-old Mark Grayson (Steven Yeun), who’s just like […]

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Jo Koy’s ‘Easter Sunday’ Comedy Brings in ‘Super Troopers’ Director Jay Chandrasekhar

For the past decade, Super Troopers director Jay Chandrasekhar has mostly kept busy by directing episodes of television shows like Community, Psych, Royal Pains, New Girl, Fresh Off the Boat, and The Goldbergs. After interrupting a long TV run to take the helm of Super Troopers 2 back in 2018, Chandrasekhar is returning […]The post […]

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Alison Brie Talks ‘Happiest Season,’ ‘Promising Young Woman’ & Making Art That Matters [The Fourth Wall]

As we entered 2020, there was arguably no actor poised to have as monumental of a year as Alison Brie. With an already diverse body of work ranging from period dramas to comedies, animation, video games, indie darlings, and more, this year especially feels like a snapshot of everything she’s strived for her entire career […]

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