Plus: No one watched Lindsay Lohan on Oprah, Timothy Olyphant is romancing Mindy, and there might be a boy band reunion at the VMAs.
The actor-musician has lined up his first post-Community full-time TV gig.
Troy Barnes will appear in fewer than half of the show's Season 5 episodes.
Also: Grimm won't be back until Halloween.
The recently reinstalled series creator says he's remorseful over slamming Season 4, but does that make it okay?
Plus: Dan Harmon rips Community's fourth season, there's some unmanaged anger on the set of Anger Management, and True Blood isn't what it used to be.
Plus: Falling Skies returns to lower ratings, Natalie Zea goes Under the Dome, and coming to a TV near you: Insane Clown Posse.
The man who gave us chicken fingers, paintball, and not puppets says he's coming back for Season 5.
Sony TV and the Community creator are reportedly in talks to reunite, but doing so might not be good for him.
We'll be honest: This schedule does not look very good at all.
Well, well, well. The dream of six seasons and a movie is now definitely within reach.
Although "Advanced Introduction to Finality" was not the apocalyptic nightmare that Twitter might have led you to believe, it was still truly terrible.
"Heroic Origins" was another example of the show's current upswing, and while it leaned hard on a conceit that we've seen recently, there was enough variation to make the story enjoyable.
Some of these shows will be back, some of them won't. We take our guesses.
I struggle to form an opinion any time a show attempts to pull a powerful emotional moment out of a story that's failed to work, or that hasn't been given enough attention before said powerful moment.
"Intro to Knots" wasn't a complete mess by any means, but it squandered more potential than I would have liked.
In the end, a concept that seemed really problematic and worrisome ended up working quite well on every level.