NBC cancels Community and Revolution John Stewart May 9, 2014 Television NBC has canceled Community and just like that, the show that fans once saved, is gone again. Even though ‘Community’ has some of the most loyal fans the internet can offer, the network has decided to pull the plug on the long-running series. Most likely ‘Community’ will be picked up by another network, or jump to Netflix or Amazon, but as it stands right now the show will no longer be on the air. It was “Community” creator Dan Harmon that took to Twitter and other social-media outlets to raise support and gather a strong fanbase for his creation, but in the end it wasn’t enough for NBC. Sony TV and NBC had issues with Harmon while ‘Community’ was in production, he was fired from the show at the end of season three, then he came back for season five. Also on the chopping block this week was ‘Revolution,’ that series was cancelled by NBC this morning along with Community. It’s a rare miss for the JJ Abrams and Eric Kripke team, the show had a popular post-apocalyptic setting, and started off well, but couldn’t make it in the end. We will miss you Community, but we hope that we see you on another channel or in our VOD networks in the future.