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‘Community’ Trailer: The Age Of Yahoo — Watch

Tue, March 3, 2015 3:53pm EDT by Add first Comment

‘Community’ has risen from the dead and is back with a vengeance! In the just released trailer for the new season, which will drop on Yahoo! on Mar. 17, we see all our favorite Greendale students together again. Watch it now!

If you need proof that miracles exist, look no further than the revival of Community. The much beloved yet ratings challenged comedy survived five seasons on NBC but, alas, was cancelled in May of 2014. Then, perhaps inspired by the show’s infamous “six seasons and a movie” mantra, streaming service Yahoo! greenlit the series for a sixth season. Check out the first hilarious trailer for the series, post-platform move!

‘Community’ Season 6 Trailer

Spoofing the upcoming Avengers: Age of Ultron, this new trailer called Community: Age of Yahoo is uncharacteristically epic for the quirky comedy.

“I’m gonna show you something beautiful,” we hear a daunting and all-knowing movie trailer voice tell us as we zone in on that infamous Greendale Community College entrance. “Everyone screaming in celebration. You wanted to save Greendale, but you didn’t want it to change.”

We may have gotten that very wish, as the trailer depicts a ton of the familiar Greendale antics including an abundance of frisbees and more than a couple inappropriate race accusations. In other words, the Community we know and love.

‘Community’ Lives On

Also sure to make Community fans’ hearts soar, most of the original cast is returning. That means Jeff (Joel McHale), Señor Chang (Ken Jeong), Annie (Alison Brie), Abed (Danny Pudi) and Britta (Gillian Jacobs) will all live to learn another day– alongside prison inmates potentially!

Watch the trailer to see what I meant by that. Also joining the series for the bonus season (which isn’t to say there might not be more to come!), Paget Brewster as Frankie Dart and Keith David playing Elroy Patashnik.

Are you excited for the new season of Community? What do you think about its move from NBC to streaming?

— Casey Mink