Five Ideas for Community Spin-Off Shows That Could Easily Work

Community was one of those shows that you were either in or you were out.  And if you were “in” it was one of the most joyous TV watching experiences you could have.  It’s why fans worked tirelessly to keep the show on for as long as possible.  And now that we’re over a year removed from it, it’s making us long for the good old days.

Remember the time when Donald Glover was talking about having his own show? Why can’t the other cast members? I took the liberty of making their theoretical programs about their Community characters living life after Greendale.

See if you’d watch any of these:


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