Greendale is losing another one of its favorite alum. According to TV Guide, Yvette Nicole Brown—who plays one of our favorite characters on TV, Shirley—will not appear in the upcoming season of Community so that she can spend time with her father, who is sick. She told the magazine, “It was a difficult decision for me to make, but I had to choose my dad." With the departure of Donald Glover and now Brown, the show is in the process of casting two new characters for sixth season ... Discuss

In July, Halle Berry appeared on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon to promote her new television show, Extant, in which she plays an astronaut who returns to earth after a year in space with a big secret. Their chatter fluttered around the usual late-night show talk, but buried was a brief—but revealing—discussion about working in TV in this day and age.

“Television is a lot harder than I ever thought it would be,” Berry said. “I thought, ‘I’m going to do television so I can be with my kid more.’ I never see my daughter!” Read More

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Yesterday, fans found out that their beloved Community was once again being saved from cancelation—this time by Yahoo, who has agreed to air a new season of the sitcom. And, as a Sony Pictures Television executive hinted in a new interview with The Hollywood Reporter, it appears that in addition to the sixth season, a movie could be in the works. The studio’s president of programming and production, Zack Van Amburg, told THR:

There's no way we're not making the movie now! I think once we make the movie, let's look up and decide how much more Community the world wants. We promised six seasons and a movie, how much more do you want?! [Laughs.] … I'd be lying if I told you that we have not had some very early and preliminary conversations that are very exciting about what a potential movie could be and who might direct it. It's early but it's completely in our thought process.

Though there’s still some hope that Community will get its #SixSeasonAndAMovie, series creator Dan Harmon is not optimistic that Hulu will make it happen. After if was announced that NBC was not going to renewed the fan-favorite series for a sixth season, conversations between Hulu and producers led to rumors that the show would find new life online. But now, Harmon isn’t so optimistic. According to the Calgary Herald, at a film festival yesterday, he said, “I know now that Sony was indeed talking to Hulu and Hulu is indeed interested. What I can’t say and what I’m pretty cynical about, just because I think it’s better to be pessimistic and be pleasantly surprised, is that they could make anything happen.” He noted how challenging it would be at this point to reunite the cast, many of whom are rising Hollywood stars. Though he said that he would personally be interested in the possibility of creating a spin-off, for now, fans of the Greendale Community College gang probably shouldn’t get their hopes up ... Discuss

Community might not be dead after all. Streaming service Hulu Plus is reportedly in talks with series creator Dan Harmon to possibly work out a deal to bring back the comedy for a 13-episode, sixth season. Though no formal contract has been outlined, as Vulture points out, reruns of Community are one of the most popular selections on Hulu. And, saving the beloved show could offer the service the same kind of PR-bump that Netflix benefitted from when it brought back Arrested Development. The #SixSeasonAndAMovie dream lives on ... Discuss