“We’re feeling pretty confident,” executive producer Russ Krasnoff said Saturday at the PaleyFest panel for Community about a possible fourth-season renewal for the NBC comedy. “Look, it’s because of the people who love our show and the fact that they were so upset when it went away… [Also,] the people at NBC love the show.”
Love doesn’t necessarily translate to airtime, however. The cult-favorite sitcom went on an indefinite hiatus in early December, a move that did not bode well for the show’s future. Only last month did NBC announce that Community would return on Thursday, March 15 at 8/7c to continue its third season.
When moderator Alan Sepinwall of HitFix.com asked star Gillian Jacobs how she liked having her character Britta become synonymous for being the worst at everything, she joked, “It’s so great because I feel that sort of hit right before the show got pulled. So NBC ‘Britta’d’ it. We gave our fans such a great…
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