'Community' gets pushed to Fridays
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Published: 5/15/2012 6:15 PM
Print this article Last week the devoted fans of "Community" let out a sigh of relief, but although their beloved show was coming back for a fourth season, it would only be 13 episodes long. The cult favorite recently received more distressing news - the comedy series is going to be moved from Thursday night to Friday, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The revelation came as NBC unveiled its fall lineup, which will include another run of the popular singing competition "The Voice" as well as "Revolution," the latest from J.J. Abrams. Fans were miffed to see "Community" move from Thursday at 8 p.m. to Friday at 8:30 p.m., because the time slot is usually reserved for shows with low ratings. However, NBC Entertainment chairman Bob Greenblatt was quick to point out it did not meant the end of the series.
"'Community' tends to survive wherever it goes," he told the publication. "If you don’t build it they won’t come. There was no intention to extend those shows to the graveyard on Friday."
On the flip side, "Parks and Recreation" received some good news. The popular comedy series got picked up for a full 22-episode fifth season.
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