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Hmmm this is what I got from wiki:
And it's as accurate as I remember, cos I was expecting October 19th then it was delayed without giving a replacement date. That's when the whole October 19th jokes began... Why can't they cancel something, I'm sure there's plenty of shitty shows on that network, or better yet, just pass it over to another network. Looking at the season 4 news, I didn't realise many other people besides Dan Harmon had left the show:Quote:
I like Community, but it's been spotty since after the first season. Plus, with that much bloodletting behind the scenes, I wonder why they even keep it around. It has a loyal following I suppose, but when the main creative force has the show taken from him I sort of wonder why NBC is even bothering with it.
Interestingly though, it's being moved back to Thursdays instead of it airing on Fridays, so maybe they're assuming one of their Thursday night comedies will be cancelled? Or maybe will have a short or split season?
It's one of those shows like Chuck that as a very loyal fanbase that would champion it forever and look beyond the spotty periods of the show. I mean, I'm also unsure what NBC is playing at, causing so much uncertainty. Either just let it go or get it moving already.
What's the thursday schedule like? cos I'm not sure about the lineup...
30 Rock and Up All Night are the other two shows that air Thursday nights, I believe. Like The Office, it's also been announced and heavily advertised that this is 30 Rock's final season, so I doubt it would be affected. I've never seen Up All Night, so I'm not too sure about it. But maybe that could be the one to be moved/cancelled/short-seasoned? I really hope it's not Parks & Rec.
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Aha! After a quick wiki search, it seems that Up All Night was originally renewed this season for only 13 episodes, but that 3 more were just added for a total of 16.
I have been enjoying the funniest show on television. "Abs"...I mean, "Arrow".
It makes me laugh so much. The casting director was must have been thinking. Screw acting talent! It's a superhero show. Lets just find some good lookin' people buy them a leather heavy wardrobe and see what happens. And high comedy is what happened.
I've taken to placing bets on at what point in the episode the main guy will work out with his shirt off, for no reason. It's a game I highly recommend.
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Ah Arrows, I know there's a few members and staffers that watch it but I've got gotten into it; but I've heard it's not bad. Right now I'm just making my way through season 4 of Parks and Recs which is my main show with Big Bang, The Mentalist, Happy Endings and to a lesser extent HIMYM making up my lineup.
I've sorta dropped Modern Family, Family Guy, 30 Rock and I can't recall what else I used to watch...
dexter... I didn't like the second half of the season.
I'm glad it is ending cuz I think they just don't have a good story to tell anymore
Really? I dont watch it, but I follow the story (my friend spoils it for me) and the second half sounded pretty good.
Dude I only have three episodes of Merlin left!
And it's impossible to find the last three for instant streaming (they only went up to season 4 on Netflix), so I'm having to download them and it takes foreverrrrrr.
Twenty minutes until the last download is complete. I've heard from a few people that the ending is weird. My expectations aren't that high, but we'll see where it goes. I might like it.
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Mehhhh. It was okay. I thought that the ending rather fit the rest of the series. I was shocked that so many characters died. Usually every episode involves Merlin spying on someone and seeing something he shouldn't have, a main character gets in trouble and has a near-death experience, and then they end up saying something along the lines of "I don't have a choice" or "you've left me no choice". XD That series is so predictable that it's funny. However, I didn't really expect that very last 30 second snippet. They left a lot of room open for a spin-off/sequel. I won't want to watch it unless Colin Morgan is in it though. *_* Dem ears.