“Community” Belongs on British TV?

This is a bit off-topic, but I was reading this article about one of my absolute favorite shows on television (I know there are other “Community” fans in our class) and at the very end of the review of the most recent episode, this critic mentions something that surprised and intrigued me – that perhaps “Community” is the type of show that actually belongs on British TV because of its “ambitiousness” and slightly strange creativity. ┬áThe fact that he equates the uniqueness of “Community” with Britishness is really interesting.

http://www.vulture.com/2012/04/seitz-community-is-tvs-most-ambitious-show.html

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1 Response to “Community” Belongs on British TV?

  1. Lauren says:

    Ah, I love Vulture. They have such good features.

    I definitely had this thought when I was watching the new Community. It featured the return of “Inspector Spacetime,” the hilarious play on Dr. Who. Community is certainly an underappreciated show, but those who love it, love it relentlessly. That sort of reminds me of British television–not interested in pleasing everyone, but pleasing its niche very well.

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