After much speculation, the popular sitcom Community will eventually make a comeback with a movie. After extensive talks and offers, the Dan Harmon-created NBC comedy will finally have its film, which will be available only through the Peacock streaming service more than seven years after it ended.
The public and reviewers gave The Community and all of its offshoots favorable reviews. The story’s strength comes from the acting, the conversation, the development of the characters, the endless jokes, and more.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, six of the movie’s nine principal actors—Joel McHale, Danny Pudi, Alison Brie, Gillian Jacobs, Jim Rash, and Ken Jeong—will come back. There is no present connection between Chevy Chase, Yvette Nicole Brown, or Donald Glover. At the moment, Peacock refuses to comment on their situation about bringing back the original nine performers.
— Joel McHale (@joelmchale) September 30, 2022
In terms of the movie, Harmon and Andrew Guest will compose the script. In the early seasons, the latter was in charge of authoring five episodes. He contributed to Brooklyn Nine-Nine as well. Both will work as producers alongside McHale, Gary Foster, and Russ Krasnoff.
Although a release date for the Community movie is yet unknown, it will occur in 2023. To get further information, one will need to wait a bit longer.