In the U.S. sitcom Community, the euphoria has given way to cautious optimism. While there is a fourth season with 13 episodes, but Dan Harmon will not return as showrunner of "Community". Now it seems clear that the entire cast will be there again - including Chevy Chase.
# 4SeasonsAndANewShowrunner? So were the fans of the U.S. sitcom "Community," certainly not intended as the single-camera sitcom renewed for a first 13-part fourth season (Community: NBC renewed comedy series for a short season 4) and Dan Harmon then as showrunner was replaced (Community Donovan and Goldman as a show runner on Ben and Kate). Previously, the creative head of the series, a public mudslinging with actor Chevy Chase had delivered (community: Chevy Chase in a dispute with series creator).
Thus was not always completely clear whether the entire cast would return for a fourth season. According to Deadline, it is Sony Pictures TV, which is the production company responsible, managed all performers to return to the U.S. comedy move. Although the company has had in any case a unilateral option, but to force a performer against his will is usually counterproductive. As late as April of this year, said Chase told The Huffington Post, "I will probably not stay here much longer."
Also on the San Diego Comic-Con, there will be a panel on NBC series. So far, the participation of Joel McHale, Alison Brie, Yvette Nicole Brown, Danny Pudi and Gillian Jacobs confirmed what some might give the impression that Donald Glover and Chevy Chase had doubts about returning. But the explanation is simple: Chase is busy during the convention weekend, with other things and is already turning to the beginning of "community" come back to the rest of the cast. Similarly, it will behave in Glover.
Whether "community" can take advantage of the opportunity and winning the Critics Choice Awards (Critics' Choice Television Awards 2012: winners) , despite laying on the death slot on Friday and the new show runners can continue to inspire the fans,it will star on October 19th at NBC show.