Hulu in Talks to Pick Up “Community” for a Sixth Season

Internet-based broadcaster Hulu is in talks to pick up the NBC-cancelled television show Community for a sixth season.


Vulture notes “that there is a huge difference between “conversations” and “negotiations.” The latter implies a deal could be imminent, while the former means that both sides are open to the idea and are trying to see if it makes financial sense.”

If the show is revived, it’ll be for a 13 episode season.

Cross your fingers, Community fans!

Masterpost – Which Shows Will You Be Seeing on Your TV Next Season?

Since it’s that time of year again, we thought it would be helpful if we made a master post of television networks and which shows they’ve renewed – and which ones they haven’t.


Castle – Renewed

Once Upon a Time – Renewed

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D – Renewed

Trophy Wife – Cancelled

Scandal – Renewed

Grey’s Anatomy – Renewed

Mixology – Cancelled

Modern Family – Renewed

Revenge – Renewed

Lucky 7 – Cancelled

The Middle – Renewed

Resurrection – Renewed

Mind Games – Cancelled

The Goldbergs – Renewed

Dancing With The Stars – Renewed

The Bachelor – Renewed


Nashville – Renewed

Last Man Standing – Renewed

The CW:

The Tomorrow People – Cancelled

The Carrie Diaries – Cancelled

Star-Crossed – Cancelled

The 100 – Renewed

Beauty and the Beast – Renewed

Hart of Dixie – Renewed

Reign – Renewed

Arrow – Renewed

The Originals – Renewed

Supernatural – Renewed

The Vampire Diaries – Renewed


Almost Human – Cancelled

Enlisted – Cancelled

DADS – Cancelled

Surviving Jack  – Cancelled

RAKE – Cancelled

New Girl – Renewed

Brooklyn Nine-Nine – Renewed

The Mindy Project – Renewed


Law & Order: SVU – Renewed

Community – Cancelled

Revolution – Cancelled

Hannibal – Renewed

Chicago Fire – Renewed

Chicago P.D. – Renewed

Grimm – Renewed

About a Boy – Renewed

Believe – Cancelled

Growing up Fisher – Cancelled

The Blacklist – Renewed

Parks and Recreation – Renewed

Welcome to the Family  – Cancelled

The Michael J. Fox Show – Cancelled

Ironside – Cancelled

Sean Save the World – Cancelled


Dracula – Cancelled



The Mentalist -Renewed

NCIS – Renewed

Hostages – Cancelled

NCIS: Los Angeles – Renewed

Person of Interest – Renewed

Criminal Minds – Renewed

Friends With Better Lives – Cancelled

CSI – Renewed

Hawaii Five-O – Renewed

Elementary – Renewed

Blue Bloods – Renewed

The Good Wife – Renewed

The Crazy Ones – Cancelled

2 Broke Girls – Renewed

Mike & Molly – Renewed

Mom – Renewed

The Millers – Renewed

Bad Teacher – Cancelled

Two and a Half Men – Renewed

The Amazing Race – Renewed

Intelligence – Cancelled

Undercover Boss – Renewed

60 Minutes – Renewed

48 Hours – Renewed

Survivor – Renewed

The Big Bang Theory – Renewed


Which shows are you excited to see renewed? Which ones are you sad to see go?

NBC Cancels “Community” After Five Seasons

NBC has cancelled Community after five seasons.

The show was apparently struggling to bring in ratings, and viewership was declining with each season. TIME magazine says, “The most recent 13-episode season brought in only 3.8 million viewers and a 1.6 rating in the 18-49 demographic, according to Entertainment Weekly.”

The show starred Joel McHale, Alison Brie, and Donald Glover, who played older students at a community college in Colorado.

Although NBC hasn’t picked it back up, Community has be sold in syndication to Comedy Central and Hulu owns the digital rights. Perhaps we haven’t seen the end of Community after all.


NBC announces midseason premiere dates for “Community” and “Smash”

NBC recently announced the midseason premiere dates for some of their hit shows. Community is going to be premiering on Thursday, February 7, 2012 at 8 p.m, The hit musical drama, Smash, will be returning Tuesday, February 5 , and Revolution will be returning Monday, March 25. Season two of Whitney is debuting Wednesday, November 14 and will be replacing Animal Practice.

Series premiere dates were also announced for the mystery soap Deception, (January 7), a White House-set comedy 1600 Penn (January 10), and a reality series produced by Eva Longoria called, Ready for Love (March 31).

Finally, starting January 17,  Parks and Recreation will be moving  to 8:30 p.m. Up All Night is going to go on hiatus as it is going to be making a shift from being filmed on a single-camera to being filmed with multiple cameras and shot in front of a live audience. 

Source: Entertainment Weekly

“Entertainment Weekly” – Comic-Con Star Portraits: Day Two

Entertainment Weekly has released more portraits of the stars that are at Comic-Con.

What do you think of these portraits? Have you been following everything that is going on with Comic-Con?

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