Originally posted by The Vulture (vulture.com)Donald Glover Will Spend Less Time on Community Next Season
by Josef Adalian Yesterday at 3:49 PM
Back in June, we told you that Donald Glover was looking to spend less time at Greendale and more time with Childish Gambino. Well, now it appears to really be happening: Vulture has learned that the actor's reps and Community producer Sony Pictures Television have worked out a new agreement that will see Glover appearing as Troy Barnes in just five of the show's upcoming thirteen episodes, according to sources familiar with the matter. The studio probably could have insisted on Glover committing to all thirteen half-hour episodes (or more, if NBC ordered them), but as often happens in Hollywood, both camps found a way to compromise. Glover will now be able to focus more on his music, while Sony will save some money since it won't have to pay Glover for every episode. (Of course, once and future showrunner Dan Harmon might find a way to spend that extra coin. Maybe a 3-D episode?) Reps for Sony and Glover couldn't immediately be reached for comment, while reps for Abed Nadir were doing all they could to keep the news from him.
They'll just go with Annie & Abed. Alison Brie & Danny Pudi have ridiculous chemistry together.
There is a theory which states that if ever anyone discovers exactly what the Universe is for and why it is here, it will instantly disappear and be replaced by something even more bizarre and inexplicable. There is another theory which states that this has already happened. - The Restaurant at the End of the Universe
I liked it enough to add it to my DVR, but it felt more like the first night of a five-night miniseries (like the ones that were so prevalent in the 80's) than a full series. Is Seth McFarlane going to be a regular? He stuck out a lot.