Weeknights 11E / 8P


  • Joel McHale

    Joel McHale
    as Jeff Winger

    McHale is best known as the star of "The Soup," a weekly entertainment show that satirizes pop culture and current events. He also serves as a writer and producer on the show. McHale's quick wit and sharp comedic timing have made "The Soup" a pop culture phenomenon and led to the success of "The Soup Presents" specials. McHale recently began touring the country to sold-out audiences with his stand-up act.

  • Chevy Chase

    Chevy Chase
    as Pierce Hawthrone

    One of the most honored and beloved actors of his generation, Chase first came to national prominence as a writer and performer with the original cast of NBC's "Saturday Night Live," for which he won two Emmy Awards. Soon after he had endeared himself to television audiences, Hollywood beckoned and Chase made his feature film debut in the comedy-thriller "Foul Play" with Goldie Hawn. His many memorable films include: "Caddy Shack," "National Lampoon's Vacation," "Fletch," "National Lampoon's European Vacation," "Spies Like Us," "The Three Amigos," "Funny Farm," "Caddyshack I," "National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation," and "Vegas Vacation."

  • Alison Brie

    Alison Brie
    as Annie Edison

    Brie can currently be seen as Trudy Campbell on the award-winning drama series "Mad Men. She has performed in the Blank Theatre Company's Young Playwright's festival and in shows at the Odyssey, Write-Act, and Rubicon Theatres, receiving an Indy Award for her haunting performance as Ophelia in the Rubicon's production of "Hamlet." Brie guest-starred on Comedy Central and Disney's "Hannah Montana" and landed leading roles in some independent films before her current role in "Community."

  • Donald Glover

    Donald Glover
    as Troy Barnes

    Glover is a talented actor, comedian and writer. He was born in California on Edwards Air Force Base and moved to Atlanta when he was four. There, he studied drama and the process of writing short plays, which he continued to study at New York University's Dramatic Writing program at the Tisch School of the Arts for four years. He was hired as a staff writer on the show "30 Rock" while he was still a resident assistant at NYU. During his time at "30 Rock," the show won two Emmys for best comedy, as well as a Writers Guild Award for best comedy. Also, google Childish Gambino.

  • Gillian Jacobs

    Gillian Jacobs
    as Britta Perry

    Jacobs was seen in Richard Kelly's film "The Box," starring Cameron Diaz and Frank Langella. Other film credits include "Choke," starring Sam Rockwell and Angelica Houston and the lead in Damian Harris's "Gardens of the Night," which premiered at the Berlin Film Festival. Jacobs can also be seen in the upcoming films "Coach" directed by Will Frears, "Watching TV With the Red Chinese," "NoNames" and "Helena From the Wedding." On the small screen, she has appeared in "Fringe," "Law and Order: Criminal Intent" and "Royal Pains." Jacobs will also be seen in "The Good Wife" and a recurring role in "The Book of Daniel."

  • Yvette Nicole Brown

    Yvette Nicole Brown
    as Shirley Bennett

    In just a short time, Brown has emerged as one of the most sought-after character actresses in Hollywood, highlighted by memorable appearances on numerous hit TV shows, including: "House," "Entourage," "The Office," "Curb Your Enthusiasm," "Two and a Half Men," "Malcolm in the Middle," "7th Heaven," "Fat Actress," "Til Death," "That's So Raven," "Rules of Engagement," "Privileged" and "That ‘70s Show" among others. In addition, she has had recurring roles on "Boston Legal," "Girlfriends," "Sleeper Cell," "Half & Half" and "Drake & Josh." She also was a series regular on "The Big House."

  • Danny Pudi

    Danny Pudi
    as Abed Nadir

    Pudi, an actor and comedian originally from Chicago, graduated from Marquette University. He was the first Chris Farley Scholarship Award winner, and completed the Second City Chicago's Conservatory program. On the small screen, Pudi's credits include NBC's "ER," "The Bill Engvall Show," as well as recurring roles on "Greek" and "Gilmore Girls." He can also be seen in the films "Road Trip 2: Beerpong" and the independent film "Thunder Geniuses."

About Community

Community is about higher education - and lower expectations. The student body at Greendale Community College is made up of high-school losers, newly divorced housewives, and old people who want to keep their minds active. Within these not-so-hallowed halls is a band of misfits, at the centre of which is fast-talking lawyer Jeff Winger, whose degree has been revoked. The group forms a study group and, in true The Breakfast Club fashion, they end up learning a lot more about themselves then they do about their course work.