kinda bummed about community but at the same time it was a dreadful, slow, creeping inevitability that it was going to happen. I’d read somewhere that they were going to get a sixth and final season but considering the disrespect it was treated with by nbc (how could they get it so right with hannibal  - for once, let’s face it nbc has cancelled most of the shows that were worth a shit - and yet so wrong with this? goddamn nbc get your shit together) it’s not surprising to read they changed their mind. it’s a shame, it was one of the most innovative shows out there (it had references i got for once!) and season 5 was a real return to form after the gas leak which whilst it wasn’t horrible, it didn’t really feel like *our* community, more another lesser sitcom which did the show a disservice because it was and still is so much more than that. the fact that this gets cancelled and the big bang theory with it’s hamfisted nerd cliches will probably run for fifty more years proves there’s no justice in the world. got to give credit to the whole cast and crew for still plugging away at it even though it’s been an uphill battle the whole way. if this really is the end, i hope everyone gets awesome new shows that we can all enjoy because they’re a fucking crazy talented bunch of folks.

goodbye community… for now. if netflix has any sense it will snap you the fuck up. <3

[goddamn and i just found out 2 broke girls got renewed. there’s so many talented female comedians out there and whitney cummins (who… isn’t) is the one the networks shit their pants over? fucking seriously? if you’re gonna be bitchy, you gotta be funny and she ain’t.]

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ROW ROW FIGHT THE POWAH

ROW ROW FIGHT THE POWAH

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speaking of shows that are flawless from start to finish…

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thedailywhat:

Movie Trailer of the Day: Fresh from the film’s Comic-Con panel, the first official trailer for Wrong Turn 2 director Joe Lynch’s sophomore effort, The Knights of Badassdom.

Starring Game of Thrones’ Peter Dinklage, True Blood’s Ryan Kwanten, Firefly’s Summer Glau, Treme’s Steve Zahn, It’s Always Sunny’s Jimmi Simpson, and Community’s Danny Pudi, the horror film follows a group of live-action roleplayers who “accidentally summon a demon from the underworld.”

A release date has yet to be set.

[bleedingcool.]

this looks so awesome. also i still find it really odd how famous ryan kwanten is now because i remember still remember him as vinnie in home and away.

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