With Dan Harmon Out, ‘Community’ Writers and Producers — the New and the Old — Gather to Figure Out Who Will Be Sticking Around

May 22, 2012  •  Post A Comment

The writers on NBC’s "Community" are scheduled to meet with its new showrunners, David Guarascio and Moses Port, to talk about their futures with the show, indicating that some may be willing to stay on after creator Dan Harmon was fired, reports Joe Adalian in New York Magazine’s Vulture blog.

As previously reported, Harmon was fired as showrunner, with the studio, Sony Pictures Television, issuing a press release Friday night noting the hiring of Guarascio and Port.

Harmon wrote in a blog post that he wasn’t informed by Sony or NBC about the change.

"Sony has staff writer deals in place with many of the show’s scribes; it’s unclear if the studio would force any writers to remain with the show," Adalian notes.

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