'Community' Creator Dan Harmon Doing a Show for Fox Now

July 26, 2012

dan-harmon.jpg

Since losing his showrunning job on the show he created, Community's Dan Harmon is working quickly to make sure we don't forget him the moment we're given a new Arrested Development episode to pore over.

After earlier this month setting up a crowd-funded stop-motion project with Charlie Kaufman, Harmon has now entered talks to do a comedy pilot for Fox, the network that would never prematurely give up on a cult-beloved ensemble series. Few details on the project are currently known, but TV Guide--still the best source of what's on TV this week!--reports that the show is likely use the increasingly-dated multi-camera format that CBS most-commonly uses as a delivery mechanism for laugh tracks. Seems like a bit of a step backward to go from the cinematic world of Community to multi-camera, but who's to say the show won't be a self-aware, meta commentary that both pays tribute to and satirizes the archaic setup? Probably Fox, once they see the pilot.

Read More: dan harmon, fox, news, television
Previous Post
Next Post