Yahoo! reportedly is interested in more episodes of the cult comedy, which ended its unlikely sixth season this week.
Although a seventh season seems doubtful, the star thinks there will be a "Community" movie, on one condition.
Or maybe it's a nod to "Die Hard With a Vengeance." Whatever the case, watch Dean Pelton take out five paintball assassins in a clip from "Modern Espionage."
Ahead of Tuesday's premiere, Yahoo! Screen offers a sneak peek at the long-awaited sixth season of the fan-favorite comedy.
The fan-favorite comedy puts any concerns to rest with a trailer that assures, "Everything is new, but nothing has Chang'ed."
'Community' picks back up on Yahoo! TV this March and debuts a poster to prove it.
Yahoo! Screen has announced the return date for the gang at Greendale Community College. Updated with video!
The comedian revealed he will make an appearance on the upcoming sixth season, but Sony indicates that may not necessarily be the case.
Returning stars Joel McHale and Jim Rash are joined by newcomers Paget Brewster and Keith David in the first images from the upcoming season.
Production is set to begin next week on the sixth season of the comedy, which will premiere next year on Yahoo! Screen.
Community will debut on Yahoo! sans Shirley: Yvette Nicole Brown has left the show to care for her ailing father.
"Ratings?" the new Community teaser states. "Where we're going, we don't need ratings."
Creator Dan Harmon was joined by Joel McHale, Gillian Jacobs, Jim Rash and Dino Stamatopoulos for a discussion of the comedy's latest second chance.
James Gunn teases new information coming on Yondu in "Guardians of the Galaxy"; Yahoo! marketing exec discusses "Community" revival & more.
The online portal has ordered 13 episodes of the cult-favorite comedy, which will see the return of creator Dan Harmon and the entire cast.
With Hulu reportedly abandoning talks to bring Community to the streaming service, chances for a sixth season are fading quickly.
Simon Kinberg compares "Fantastic Four" reboot to "Batman Begins"; Colin Trevorrow clears up "Jurassic World" plot leaks and more.
Sony Pictures Television in early talks with Hulu to bring the Dan Harmon comedy to the streaming service.
The writing was on the wall for the Greendale gang, but that doesn't make it any less difficult to read.