NBC is saying goodbye to Greendale.
TVLine reports that the little-show-that-could, “Community,” has been cancelled after five seasons, not reaching the “six seasons and a movie” goal that became a mantra.
“Revolution” and "Growing Up Fisher" are also joining the sitcom on the cancellation heap , according to “The Hollywood Reporter.”
But not everyone got a pink slip today, as NBC picked up a third order of critical darling “Hannibal” and a second season of freshman hit “About a Boy.”
Most of the Peacock network’s current scripted series have learned one way or the other if they’re returning, aside from “Parenthood” and “Dracula.”
Crisis” and “Believe” have also been axed, having already been pulled from Sundays until summer.
Reliable ratings performer “The Biggest Loser” has also received a renewal, while Gwen Stefani’s cycle of “The Voice” begins this fall.
“The Blacklist,” “Chicago Fire,” “Chicago PD,” “Law & Order: SVU,” “Grimm,” and “Parks & Recreation” have already been picked up for new seasons.
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