'Community' Not Getting That Sixth Season, 'America's Funniest Home Videos' Still Determining US Funny Video Heirarchy

May 9, 2014

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Well, it seems Community won't be making it to six seasons and a movie--at least not on NBC. The network today made official the news that's been feared since the show's first season, giving the cult sitcom the boot after five increasingly-tentative only made more anxiety-filled by Ken Jeong screaming so much. Not that NBC has anything against shows that constantly reference films, though: both Hannibal and somehow About a Boy will be coming back next year. Also, sorry if you've been following Revolution. You won't be finding out how that ends.

ABC likewise made some cuts, dropping their alien family comedy The Neighbors alongside newcomers Mixology and Trophy Wife. Expectedly, big dumb continually-popular reality things The Bachelor, Dancing with the Stars, and Shark Tank, were picked up for the '14-'15 season, as were a mess of dramas, including Scandal, Grey's Anatomy, Revenge, Resurrection, Once Upon a Time, and Castle. American's Funniest Home Videos was also renewed for one more year of pretending the internet doesn't exist.

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