Yvette Nicole Brown talked about the new season of "Community" during her appearance on "Watch What Happens: Live." One thing she addressed was the departure of co-star Donald Glover from the NBC comedy. He's leaving after the first five episodes to write, produce and star in a comedy pilot for FX.
“Donald is ridiculously talented, in everything," Brown said. "People don’t know he can dance, he can sing, he can rap, he can draw. Everything he does, he’s brilliant at. So, I kind of feel like, he’s late 20s, 'Fly little bird.'" She went on to say that while everyone would miss him, she was proud of him for pursuing his dream.
Brown also touched on the return of series creator Dan Harmon. He was fired from the show after Season 3, but after only one season away, he was brought back on board. According to Brown, the cast got together with Harmon and it felt like getting the band back together. She doesn't, however, have a clue what he has planned for Season 5.
Another big unknown about Season 5 is when it will air. "Community" wasn't put on NBC's fall schedule, so it will most likely return at mid-season with a limited run of 13 episodes. Then, it's just one more season and a movie!
Catch "Watch What Happens: Live" every Sunday through Thursday at 11 p.m. ET on Bravo. "Community" Season 5 will premiere in 2014.
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