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Six seasons and a movie may have started as a playful joke, but it has long-since become the mantra of Community fans around the world.
Dan Harmon's community college-based sitcom spent its time battling failing ratings, cancellations, and a revolving door of castmates to return time and time again, all with a view to releasing six seasons and a movie. The criminally underrated season six of Community came to an end in 2015, which means there's one final outing left for the Greendale gang.
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A Community movie is something most of the cast have admitted they'd be more than willing to do at some point, but nothing can ever truly happen until Harmon starts to write it. The good news is that the Rick And Morty co-creator has finally confirmed that he's sat down to work out what exactly a feature-length Greendale adventure looks like.
Appearing on Vulture's Good Ones podcast, Harmon revealed that he's slowly but surely working out the logistics of the project. It might be a while before anything truly happens, but it's a start, right?
"I started writing to keep my parents from hitting me, and I now only write to feel valid. But the upside of that is I am, at least once a week, thinking about it - the gears are turning. There is, like... a thing is happening," Harmon said. "Logistically, the locks are coming away. And the only problems are becoming the creative ones, which is great, because I love those problems. I love having these conversations, and they're being had."
A Community movie certainly has more potential than most sitcoms, if only because the show was frequently taking cinematic concepts and forcing them into 20-minute segments when it was on TV. Paintball, zombies, multiverses... Community has done it all. Just imagine what Harmon and his team could do with an actual budget. Truly, this has a shot at being streets ahead.
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