Dan Harmon is officially back on Community - and wasting no time in stirring up more controversy.
The showrunner, who was removed from his post last year and then shocking brought back this month, said of Community Season 4 in his latest podcast:
"It was weird. I think I feel pretty comfortable in expressing that [Season 4] is not my cup of tea."
The 13 episodes produced by David Guarascio and Moses Port were not met with a strong response from loyal Community viewers, with Harmon going on about how he viewed them:
"It's very much like an impression. And an unflattering one... They replaced us with us with two guys who didn't know what they were getting into. They went to Comic-Con, and saw what was going on... and they went, 'F---,' and then I think they tried their best."
Following a bit of backlash, Harmon took to Twitter yesterday and semi-apologized for his remarks:
"I feel bad if I made anyone feel bad with my comments in harmontown. It's a dirty, personal comedy podcast, not charismatic for quoting... I like making stuff that pleases people, I like being honest about my feelings but I hate hurting other people, especially Community fans."
Community averaged around 3 million viewers last season and NBC picked it up for 13 more episodes. The sitcom does not have a place on the network schedule at the moment, however. What did you think of Community Season 4?
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