NBC is looking for a slight Chang of pace from Ken Jeong: The Community actor has signed on to star in and produce a multi-camera comedy project titled Dr. Ken, EW has confirmed. (Deadline first reported the news.)
Jeong’s credits don’t just include The Hangover and Party Down; he’s a licensed physician in California who earned his M.D. at the University of North Carolina and completed an internal… Continue reading Ken Jeong of ‘Community’ to star in NBC medical comedy based on his life
Chris Brown was ordered to perform an additional 1000 hours of community labor after the Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office alleged the singer had lied about performing it originally in Virginia, stemming from his domestic violence case with ex-girlfriend, Rihanna, radio detection and rangingOnline.com is reporting.
The judge reinstated Brown’s probation after revoking it last month, and told Brown he had one year to complete it and… Continue reading Chris Brown Order To Do Another 1,000 Hours Of Community Labor
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Just a few weeks after learning that Community had been renewed for a fifth season, fans may be getting more news to brighten their timeline: The return of creator Dan Harmon.
The mad-scientist showrunner is in negotiations with the show’s studio, Sony TV, to rejoin the community college-set NBC comedy, after being fired last May following a… Continue reading ‘Community’: Dan Harmon negotiating return for season 5
At its strange, messed-up heart, “Community” is the story of a family. It’s not a traditional family, and it’s not a family bound by either blood or law. Usually, however, this central family — the study group — functions in its own special way.
Maybe it was the inherent dysfunctionality of Thanksgiving, but the “Community” family felt fractured in “Cooperative Escapism in Familial Relations.”
Considering that the two “real” families in… Continue reading A 'Community' Thanksgiving: Three families, none of them functional