The first episode from “Abed’s Master Key” has just been released – watch it below!
Dean Pelton hires Abed as his temporary assistant, entrusting him with the Greendale master key.
The gang gets animated in a series of all-new digital shorts.
Gillian Jacobs talks ‘Community’ at PaleyFest 2012.
Amazing news! We now have a return date for “Community” – Thursday, March 15th at 8:00pm!
What you call 8:00, we call home.Community returns to Thursday nights on March 15th.
— Dan Harmon (@danharmon) February 21, 2012
Gilllian Jacobs will have a one-night stand with Steve Carell.
The actress, best known for her work on NBC’s Community, is joining Burt Wonderstone, New Line’s magician comedy starring Carell as a traditional magician who is dethroned by a hipper illusionist (Jim Carrey). He breaks up with his partner and must find a way to rediscover his love for magic.
Jacobs will play a woman who meets Carell at one of his shows and hooks up with him.
Brad Garrett, James Gandolfini, Olivia Wilde and Steve Buscemi are in the cast of the production, currently shooting in Las Vegas and Los Angeles under the direction of Don Scardino (30 Rock). Benderspink and Carousel Productions are producing.
Jacobs’s next stint on the big-screen will be in Seeking a Friend at the End of the World, screenwriter’s Lorene Scafaria’s directorial debut which also stars Carell.
She is repped by UTA, Principal Entertainment and Lichter Grossman.
The first trailer for the film “Seeking A Friend For The End Of The World” has recently been released!
The film will come out in theaters on June 22nd.
Alec Baldwin, Tina Fey and a galaxy of NBC stars know that when it comes to entertaining America, they’re all in it together.
It has just been announced that Gillian Jacobs will be filming a scene for the movie “Cleveland, I Love You” in February!
So pumped to announce that both Busy Phillips and Gillian Jacobs will be in Cleveland in Feb to film a scene for Cleveland, I Love You #CILY
The Paley Center for Media today announced the full lineup of honorees for the upcoming PaleyFest: The William S. Paley Television Festival, with the latest additions including freshman series New Girl and Revenge, as well as returning favorites The Office, Castle, The Vampire Diaries and Community. These series will join previously announced honorees Two and a Half Men, Sons of Anarchy, Once Upon a Time, Mad Men, Modern Family, and American Horror Story, which will each take part in the Center’s annual two-week celebration of great television at the Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills March 2 – 14, 2012.
The full schedule is as follows:
3/02/12 Opening Night Presentation: American Horror Story (7:00 pm)
3/03/12 Community (7:00 pm)
3/04/12 Once Upon a Time (1:00 pm matinee presentation)
3/05/12 New Girl (7:00 pm)
3/06/12 The Office (7:00 pm)
3/07/12 Sons of Anarchy (7:00 pm)
3/09/12 Castle (7:00 pm)
3/10/12 The Vampire Diaries (7:00 pm)
3/11/12 Revenge (1:00 pm matinee presentation)
3/12/12 Two and a Half Men (7:00 pm)
3/13/12 Mad Men (7:00 pm)
3/14/12 Closing Night Presentation: Modern Family (7:00 pm)
Today’s announcement coincides with the launch of the festival’s new website www.paleyfest.org that will serve as the official destination for ongoing PaleyFest announcements, exclusive content including photos and video clips from festival events both current and classic, festival merchandise, and ticket sales.
PaleyFest has become a destination event for the worldwide community of television fans who gather each year to connect with the stars and creators of their favorite series during interactive panel sessions and premiere screenings. The festival underscores The Paley Center for Media’s ongoing commitment to increase the public’s understanding of media and its growing significance in our lives through its various public and industry programs, exhibitions, and media preservation initiatives.
Individual event tickets will go on sale to Paley Center members beginning Jan. 13, 2012 and to the general public on Jan. 15, 2012. Premium Festival Passes and Premium Packages, including tickets to multiple events are currently on sale via the festival’s official website www.paleyfest.org and via its ticket provider www.ticketweb.com
NBC entertainment chief Bob Greenblatt on Friday kicked off the broadcast networks’ segment of the Television Critics Association winter press tour in Pasadena by fielding questions about Community‘s MIA status from the midseason schedule, and questions about the acclaimed if undersampled comedy’s long-term fate.
First and foremost, Greenblatt made clear that Community “has not been cancelled,” and will return to the lineup at a to-be-determined date this spring.
“When I announced our midseason changes last fall and took Community off the schedule, I failed to explicitly say that it would be back,” he explained. “I want to expel any notion that it is just disappearing off the schedule.”
For now, it remains unclear where exactly where our friends at Greendale will call home when they return to the lineup. “Community was moved to 8 o’clock a couple of years ago, and that’s an incredibly competitive time slot now on Thursday,” Greenblatt said, candidly. “I’m really curious to see what something else will do there. We have a really tight schedule with comedies [so it's] really going to be a matter of looking at what happens with the six comedies we’ve got at midseason.”
As for any Season 4 prospects for Community, Greenblatt says it’s far too soon to tell. “We’re just going to look at the success of what pilots yield, what the scheduling needs are and make that decision closer to the upfront [in May].”