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Community canceled, NBC also axes Revolution, Growing Up Fischer
Its a bloody day for cult TV fans.
NBC canceled its cult favorite Community after five seasons on Friday, according to media reports from the TV up fronts.
Also axed were Revolution, Growing Up Fischer, Crisis, Sean Saves the World, and The Michael J. Fox Show. The network renewed the low-rated Hannibal for a third season and About a Boy for a second. Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and Parks and Recreation will return as well.
The Community cast and fans took to Twitter to lament the newsand beg Netflix or Hulu to pick the show up. Star Joel McHale tweeted #darkesttimeline, (one of the shows many catchphrases) and the hashtag was trending within an hour. The show had a troubled run on NBC, with creator Dan Harmon being fired by the network after the third season. He returned for the fourth season, after the departure of Chevy Chase. One of the original stars, Donald Glover, also left the show in the beginning of the fifth season. The show already has a syndication deal with Comedy Central, although it now will fall just short of the 100-episode landmark (97 episodes have aired so far).
Meanwhile, ABC canceled Suburgatory and Super Fun Night on Friday, one day after axing The Neighbors, Mixology, and Trophy Wife.
The CW also had bad news for fans: The network canceled The Carrie Diaries after two seasons.