For a show always in danger of cancellation from low ratings, Community sure does make a lot of headlines.
The entire cast of NBC's Community is returning for the upcoming fourth season, sans Dan Harmon. Yes, even Chevy Chase, though things on set may be a little awkward.
Comic-Con will feature a Firefly panel for the 10-year anniversary of the beloved cancelled-too-soon show. Out of fear of the large, extremely passionate, Internet-savvy fanbase, I won't comment any further.
A new character is joining Breaking Bad this season (which starts very soon, yay!). Played by Scottish actress Laura Fraser, newcomer Lydia has been described only as an important associate from Gus's past. Mystery surrounding Gus's past? Shocking.
Damon Lindelof, the former executive producer of Lost will serve as a writer and producer of The Leftovers for HBO. Based on the book by co-writer Tom Perrota, it will focus on the people who were left behind after the Rapture, which should leave plenty of room for Lindelof to start countless storylines and mysteries, never to be returned to again.
Studios are working on a Peter Pan-based show called The League of Pan, that will center on the Lost Boys, ten years after they leave Neverland. So it's going to star Macaulay Culkin?
Oprah agreed to appear on Keeping Up With the Kardashians after a recent interview with the family. Kris and Bruce are probably excited about it, but it's hard to tell from the only two facial expressions they're capable of.
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