All Six Seasons Of Cult Comedy Community Land On Netflix Today
With many people currently self-isolating, it's only fair that we're allowed to seek solace from the TV, binge-watching our way through as many series and films to make up for being unable to do much else.
All six seasons of Community are coming to Netflix on A̶p̶r̶i̶l̶ ̶1̶s̶t̶ March 32nd. pic.twitter.com/JRhyPND29o
- Netflix UK & Ireland (@NetflixUK) March 13, 2020
The offical UK and Ireland Netflix account shared the good news earlier this month, making a joke about JUST HOW LONG March has felt by crossing out 'April 1st' and writing 'March 32nd'.
I feel ya.
The cult show, created by Dan Harmon of Rick and Morty fame, ran from 2009 to 2015 and features an ensemble cast including Joel McHale, Gillian Jacobs, Danny Pudi, Donald Glover (yep, that's Childish Gambino to the music world), Alison Brie, Chevy Chase and Ken Jeong.
The premise centres on a group of students at the fictional Greendale Community College in Colorado. Some of the characters are there to study by choice, while others have been forced there begrudgingly, including McHale's Jeff Winger, who enrolls at Greendale after being suspended by the state bar for falsely claiming he has a bachelor's degree.
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Over the years, the show has garnered a huge following - something that's no doubt only going to grow even more as it's introduced to new fans on Netflix.
Ever prepared, Netflix has also ensured it's well stocked up on many other top watches, having added no less than 55 new original shows, films and specials to the library over the course of the last month. It's almost like the company knew we'd be hit with a pandemic, eh?
These include brand new docu-series Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness, which tells the story of gun-toting polygamist Joe Maldonado-Passage (a.k.a 'Joe Exotic'), who looks after a roadside zoo in Oklahoma - and was convicted of trying to have arch rival Carole Baskin killed.
Or there's Mark Wahlberg action movie Spenser Confidential, in which the actor plays the titular character Spenser, an ex-cop and ex-con who teams up with a young fighter to delve into the deaths of two Boston police officers. That one also features musician Post Malone.
Ozark fans can also get their fix of series three, which was added to Netflix on 27 March to continue the tale of Jason Bateman's money-laundering protagonist Marty.
Who said self-isolation had to be dull!?
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