NBC's new show "Powerless" has officially been ordered to series, and these new images shed some light on the featured characters and superheroes.
"Powerless" is a go at NBC, as the DC Comics workplace comedy starring Vanessa Hudgens, Alan Tudyk and Danny Pudi has been ordered to series.
The trio will join lead Vanessa Hudgens as series regulars in the workplace sitcom set inside the DC Universe.
The three actors will lend their voices to Clumsy, Brainy and Hefty in Sony's fully animated "Smurfs: The Lost Village."
The actor will return to NBC to play a police officer transferred to a rural town that's more than it seems.
'Community' picks back up on Yahoo! TV this March and debuts a poster to prove it.
Tonight's Community may place the cast in the animated world of G.I. Joe, but Executive Producer Chris McKenna says there's a real story behind it.
Community's fifth consecutive appearance at PaleyFest celebrated the unlikely return of series creator Dan Harmon, and the possibility of "six seasons and a movie."
Check out the new trailer for Knights of Badassdom, featuring Steve Zahn, Peter Dinklage, Summer Glau and Ryan Kwanten, which you can finally see in early 2014.
Returning Community showrunner Dan Harmon, producer Chris McKenna and cast members Jim Rash, Danny Pudi, Allison Brie, Gillian Jacobs, Yvette Nicole Brown and Ken Jeong discussed the upcoming fifth season and more at Comic-Con International 2013.
Following news of The CW's planned summer revival of Whose Line Is It Anyway?, this time with host Aisha Tyler, Spinoff's Anna Pinkert considers five guests who could help breathe new life into an old concept.
At Community's PaleyFest panel, the stars of the NBC comedy revealed the puppet versions of themselves from an upcoming episode, teased what fans should expect from the rest of the season and offered some ideas for a fifth.
At Comic-Con International, the cast and crew of NBC's Community reflected on their favorite moments from Season 3, looked to a future without creator Dan Harmon, and offered their heartfelt thanks to fans.
NBC has announced that the entire cast of beleaguered comedy Community will return for the fourth season -- even Chevy Chase.