Entries in Community (3)


"Community," "The Voice" Win Honors at Critics' Choice TV Awards

Michael Tran/FilmMagic(LOS ANGELES) -- NBC's Community was honored as best comedy series while The Voice was named best reality show competition at the 2nd Annual Critics' Choice Television Awards in Los Angeles Monday night.  

NBC won a total of five awards at the star-studded ceremony held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.  The winners were chosen by the Broadcast Television Journalists Association.

NBC's Late Night with Jimmy Fallon was named best talk show, while Amy Poehler of the peacock network's Parks and Recreation tied Zooey Deschannel of Fox's New Girl for best actress in a comedy series.  Actor Paul Rudd's appearance on NBC's Parks and Recreation was named best guest performer in a comedy series.

Here's a list of the winners:

Best Drama Series
Homeland – Showtime

Best Actor in a Drama Series
Bryan Cranston – Breaking Bad – AMC

Best Actress in a Drama Series
Claire Danes – Homeland – Showtime

Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series
Giancarlo Esposito – Breaking Bad – AMC

Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series
Christina Hendricks – Mad Men – AMC

Best Reality Series
Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations – Travel Channel

Best Reality Series – Competition
The Voice – NBC

Best Reality Show Host
TIE: Tom Bergeron – Dancing with the Stars – ABC and Cat Deeley – So You Think You Can Dance – FOX

Best Talk Show
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon – NBC

Best Comedy Series
Community – NBC

Best Actor in a Comedy Series
Louis C.K. – Louie – FX

Best Actress in a Comedy Series
TIE: Zooey Deschanel – New Girl – FOX and Amy Poehler – Parks and Recreation – NBC

Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series
Ty Burrell – Modern Family – ABC

Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy
Julie Bowen – Modern Family – ABC

Best Animated Series
Archer – FX

Best Movie/Miniseries
Sherlock – PBS

Five shows were acclaimed as the most exciting new series:
The Following - Fox
The Mindy Project - Fox
Nashville - ABC
The Newsroom - HBO
Political Animals - USA

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Report: Chevy Chase Clashes with "Community" Creator

Chevy Chase (L) with castmates from "Community." Jordin Althaus/NBC(WASHINGTON) -- It’s not a tight-knit community on NBC. There are reports that Community star Chevy Chase has had a major falling out with series creator Dan Harmon.

According to, Chase, who plays middle-aged college student Pierce, walked off the set during shooting of the upcoming season finale. Harmon reportedly countered at the show’s end-of-season wrap party by giving what Deadline refers to as a “F*** you, Chevy” speech in front of the actor, his wife and his daughter. Harmon also encouraged the crew to say “F*** you” to Chase.

Chase left the party and left a profane voicemail message for Harmon in which he aired his grievances. Part of the message has leaked online.

According to Deadline, Chase has walked off the set of Community multiple times in the past.

Community has not yet been renewed for next season.

Copyright 2012 ABC News Radio


Report: John Goodman Joins NBC’s 'Community'

David McNew/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- Actor John Goodman has signed a deal to star in at least six episodes of the upcoming third season of NBC’s Community, reports. 

Goodman has been cast as a new vice dean of an air conditioning repair program at Greendale Community College. 

Series creator Dan Harmon tells the website he’s looking forward to Goodman sharing screen time with series regular Jim Rash, who plays Dean Pelton. 

Harmon says, “When I heard we were going after Goodman, I got really excited about the idea of Jim Rash and Goodman on camera together. We’re pretty psyched...”

Community also stars Joel McHale, Gillian Jacobs, and Chevy Chase.

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