A Community Movie is Finally Happening at Peacock

The Community movie is officially happening

Peacock is doing a film based on the Dan Harmon comedy ‘Community‘. Peacock and Sony Pictures TV together declared the film on Friday. As part of the agreement, Peacock has also obtained universal rights to the whole six-season ‘Community’ library, which can also be seen on Netflix and Hulu.


The film will be bringing back actual actors Joel McHale, Danny Pudi, Alison Brie, Gillian Jacobs, Jim Rash, and Ken Jeong. Show’s developer Harmon will work as an executive producer and writer, with Andrew Guest. The series ending gave our favorite characters a dig towards their forthcoming steps in life, but we will be super thrilled to see them all back together at Greendale Community College.

NBC Universal Execs Share Elation Over Community: The film

While people are super happy that the series is “accomplishing its prophecy” of six seasons followed by a film, the network execs at NBCUniversal are equally thrilled to be back at Greendale Community College.

“‘Six seasons and a film’ began as a breezy line from Community’s previous seasons and rapidly erupted a fan movement for this epic, entertaining and cool NBC comedy,” said Susan Rovner, Chairman, Entertainment Content, NBCU TV and Streaming. ”

The series attained half of Abed’s prophecy of “six seasons and a film” with a final season on Yahoo! after five seasons on NBC. Its 110 episodes, all named like community college that mostly tick the mark of comic and meta, take on mature friendships. We were enchanted by the clannish study group through all these years of puppets, paintballs, and pillow castles.


The movie received a new fan following, and the talk of the film increased when the show was released on Netflix in 2020. But it’s been part of the series’ lexicon since long before the show finale in 2015. It’s always fun to watch, and it’s never too late to watch the series for the first time.