NBC is ditching Community (and Parks and Recreation)



A few years ago, NBC had the best Thursday night line-up, thanks to the combined power of 30 Rock, Community, Parks and Recreation, and The Office. Except since then, 30 Rock and The Office have come to a close, but at least they still have Community and Parks, right? Oh what’s that? They just canceled Community? Welp. I’m just going to curl up in the corner now. If it sounds like I’m crying, I’m not. I’m just trying to squeeze excess water out of my face, and the physical exertion is making me wheeze. Via HuffPo

After five years, Community has finally come to an end. The NBC series has officially been canceled and its April 17 Season 5 finale has now become the series finale. The network has yet to give comment, but according to TV Line and The Hollywood Reporter, sources have confirmed cancelation.

Well, at least they still have Parks and Recreation. Except no they don’t, because according to HuffPo that’s ending after its next season. WHYYYYYYYYYY?!?!

NBC has announced that the seventh season of Parks and Recreation will be its last. “We have several of our strongest comedies by some of our best auspices being held for midseason, including the final season of Parks and Recreation,” NBC Entertainment president Jennifer Salke said in the release, also confirming the renewal of Parenthood for a sixth season.

No, that’s cool, I was watching too much TV anyway! I don’t need funny TV shows in my life! I’ll find somebody else! I’m a strong, independent consumer and I don’t need no goods and services! (*Puts on Adele, eats a bucket of ice cream.*)

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