TV Buzz: Community return date set, Nick Offerman’s Axe Cop and more

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There
was a fury of Internet drama today surrounding Community’s return. Citytv’s site originally listed Friday, Nov. 9
as the season four premiere date, but later changed it to Thursday, Feb. 7,
2013. Moments later, there was no premiere date. Later on, Community star Yvette Nicole
Brown
tweeted
that Community would return to NBC on
Feb. 7 at 8 p.m. as 30 Rock concludes
its final season – but Citytv wouldn’t immediately confirm the Canadian
premiere. An hour or so later, Citytv finally confirmed
what we already suspected (since they have nothing else to simulcast), they’ll
be simulcasting the Feb. 7 premiere. So yeah, Community is (almost) back!
All you need to know: Community returns to NBC and Citytv on
Thursday, Feb. 7, 2013 at 8 p.m.

— That’s not all concerning the NBC comedies, Parks & Recreation returns
to 8:30 p.m. on Jan. 17, as new series 1600
Penn
takes the 9:30 p.m. slot a week earlier. Up All Night is facing a second-retooling
(switching from single-cam to multi-cam/audience) this November.

— Also, The Dwight-centered The Office spin-off,
The Farm, isn’t moving
forward
.

General Hospital is bringing
back
Tristan Rogers as Robert
Scorpio on Nov. 15…rumour has it that Kimberly
McCullough
(Robin) isn’t far behind. Also look for Finola Hughes (Anna) and Jason
Thompson
(Patrick) to appear
on Who Wants to be a Millionaire in
January.

— ABC has decided to order a
full season
of The Neighbors for
some reason. There’s more Scandal as
well.

— Sandy destroyed
some of the residences featured on Seinfeld
and Rescue Me.

— Fox is set to launch Animation Domination
HD
in the new year on Saturday nights from 11 p.m. to 12:30 a.m., going up
against Saturday Night Live on NBC and
the Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim. One
of the series is Axe Cop is based on
a webcomic and will run for six 15-minute episodes. While it hasn’t been
confirmed that Nick Offerman is
voicing the lead on the show, he does lend his voice to the Halloween short:

 

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