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Community - Season 1 Fix


The first season of the television comedy series Community originally aired from September 17, 2009 on NBC to May 20, 2010 in the United States. The first three episodes aired at 9:30 pm ET before being moved to 8:00 pm ET. The show was picked up for 22 episodes in October 2009, and an additional 3 episodes were ordered later.




Community - Season 1



The show's reviews for season 1 have been mostly positive, scoring a 69 out of 100 with critics on Metacritic.[30] On Rotten Tomatoes, the season has an approval rating of 90% with an average score of 7.5 out of 10 based on 42 reviews. The website's critical consensus reads, "Snarky and fast-paced with a surprisingly tender undercurrent and an engaging cast, Community is one of the best new comedies of the season."[31]


Notably, David Bushman (Curator, Television) of the Paley Center for Media called Community the best new show of the fall season.[32] Jonah Krakow of IGN gave the first season an 8.5 saying "Given the way Community eventually ramped up and delivered some amazing stories in the second half of the season, I'm extremely excited about what's to come for Season 2."[33]


The first season of the television comedy series Community originally aired from September 17, 2009, on NBC to May 20, 2010, in the United States. The first three episodes aired at 9:30 pm ET before being moved to 8:00 pm ET. The show was picked up for 22 episodes in October 2009, and an additional 3 episodes were ordered when The Jay Leno Show was cancelled. The show focuses on disbarred lawyer Jeff Winger and his attempt to get a bachelor's degree at community college.


The show's general reviews have been mostly positive, scoring a 69 out of 100 with critics on Metacritic. Notably, David Bushman (Curator, Television), of the Paley Center for Media , called it "the best new show of the fall season." Jonah Krakow of IGN gave the first season a 8.5, saying, "Given the way Community eventually ramped up and delivered some amazing stories in the second half of the season, I'm extremely excited about what's to come for Season 2."


Six seasons (and still not a movie) later, Community has reached more audiences recently than the show ever did while it aired on television. Its availability on three major streaming services -- Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime -- has introduced the cult comedy to legions of new fans who were either too young or unaware of the underrated (literally), underpromoted show as it was airing. Centering on the misadventures of a study group of lovable misfits at the wacky Greendale Community College, Community is a mixed-modal masterpiece of 21st-century comedy that tips its hat to other genres, films, and television shows with panache. Known for its considerable amount of concept episodes, the show was perhaps too weird and edgy for mainstream audiences in the early 2010s, when standard Multicam fare such as The Big Bang Theory reigned supreme in the ratings.


The show's first season, our introduction to the Greendale 7, is considerably more laid-back and less atypical than the show's following seasons, which would swing between genre parodies, multiverse explorations and Claymation specials like it was nothing. Season 1 might boast fewer classic episodes than later seasons of the show, but it arguably attains a higher level of consistency as a result of it checking its swing -- for the most part. So, without further ado, let's check out the Greendale 7's most eminently rewatchable early episodes.


In 2009, Community premiered on NBC. At first glance, there wasn't anything special about it. The focus was on a diverse group of people who attend a community college for a multitude of reasons. The cast, including the likes of Joel McHale, Alison Brie, and Donald Glover, was certainly talented but the concept didn't blow people away.


However, just a few episodes into the show's first season, it became clear that this was something special. Audiences were watching one of the most creative and unique series on all of television. We're looking at the highs and lows of season one, according to the ratings on IMDb.


Six seasons completed and there's a good chance "Modern Warfare" is still the best episode in Community history. The twenty-third installment was directed by Justin Lin, who went on to helm Star Trek Beyond and some Fast and the Furious films. That's partially because he showed his penchant for action scenes in this episode.


Information on new features, maps, modes, and more will be shared over the coming weeks. All the changes outlined in this blog will be further detailed along with new content in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II and Warzone 2.0 Patch Notes to be released prior to the season launch on February 15, 2023.


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