Hey Check Out TV.com's New Show Communities!

Greetings! It's Jen T. your friendly TV.com editor here with a big announcement. Yesterday, we quietly launched a huge new feature that's been in the works for several months now: TV.com show communities! As you may've already read in the forums, the release of our new community pages marks a new opportunity for YOU—our beautiful, intelligent, and super hilarious readers—to create original content on the site. 

Basically, for a long time now we've been super impressed with the comments that so many of you write in response to our "official" editorial stories, and we want to see what else you can do. So we've decided to give you a place to post not only words, but photos, polls, links, and videos that will live side-by-side with with the stories that Tim, myself, and the rest of our editorial staffers create.

And get this: Original posts that you create on the community pages are editable. So if you head over to the Pretty Little Liars community page and write an 800-word review of last night's episode only to realize you've made a typo, it's easy to go back and fix it. (Note that comments are not editable—that option only exists for posts—but you can always delete a comment you're not happy with, as long as it's yours, or post a correction.)

The first group of shows to get the community treatment—you can always see the full list at tv.com/community—are:

Breaking Bad 



Doctor Who 

Falling Skies 

Game of Thrones 


Mad Men 

Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic

The Newsroom

Pretty Little Liars


Teen Wolf

True Blood

Under the Dome

Take a look around when you have a second, and feel free to leave feedback and questions in the comments!

Also: We compiled our inaugural show list based mostly on TV.com favorites and what's currently on the air, but we'll be releasing another batch of communities soon. So obviously we'd now like to know which ones you want to see next:

If there's a show you'd like to vote for that you don't see in the poll, please name it in the comments and we'll do our best to add as many as we can.

UPDATE 7/3: We've just launched 22 more pages—check 'em out!

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