Finally the wait is over! There is a piece of good of news for all those “Community” TV series fans counting away the days when their favorite TV series will be aired once again on the TV. NBC has announced that the season 4 of the series will be out February 7 at 8 PM.
Fans would love to hear that the college-set show will be aired in the traditional slot of Thursday this season that it had got for the show “30 Rock” that used to air earlier at that time. The news of “Community” postponement was announced by NBC less than two weeks before its planned debut on October 19. Friday Comedy “Whitney” was also postponed while NBC was busy promoting other nights of its schedule. Season 2 of “Whitney” will now debut on Nov 14 whereas “Animal Practice” now stands cancelled as announced by NBC.
This news was announced by NBC during the announcement of debut dates for “Smash” (Feb. 5), “Revolution” (Mar. 25) and season premiere dates of mystery series “Deception” (Jan. 7) that was earlier known by the name of “Infamous”. Schedule for other TV series like White House inspired comedy “1600 Penn” (Jan. 10), Eva Longoria produced reality show “Ready for Love” (Mar. 31). Other shows whose schedule were revealed includes “The Peacock” and “The Voice” on same date Mar. 25, “The Biggest Loser” on Jan. 6, “The Celebrity Apprentice” on March 3 and Betty-White’s “Off-Their Rockers” on Jan. 8.
“Parks and Recreation” is shifted up by an hour at 8:30 PM on Thursday whereas “Up All Night” that had the slot earlier is now going to go on hibernation. Meanwhile the single camera Stand-Up comedy shows are going to be upscale by using multi-camera’s now.
Source: Entertainment Weekly