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Month – March 2012
Rather, Community – which, mind you, also battles with American Idol — pulled a 1.7 demo rating, matching its week-ago performance with the coveted 18-49 demo (aka the beloved comedy’s second-highest tally since Sept. 29).
Community is also consistently delivering a 20 percent better demo number than 30 Rock last did in Thursday’s lead-off spot.
And, this is with being preempted in St. Louis (again).
It was also the highest rated show on NBC again, things are looking good for a fourth season.
iTunes has the whole season in HD for $19.99, that’s a pretty good price to get every episode after the day after it airs.
And in HD.
At last, Community has returned to us. This brand new episode delivered everything we have been craving for the last 3 months – laughs, love and Abed and Troy being weird by being normal.
NBC’s Community returned from its too-long hiatus to 4.9 million total viewers and a demo rating of 2.2, delivering increases of 36 and 47 percent over the comedy’s most recent outing (on Dec. 8 ) and a 14-month, non-sports time slot demo high for NBC.
What’s more, NBC points out that Community – with Bang Bang Theory benched by NCAA hoops — was No. 1 among Adults 18-34 and Men 18-34 during its half hour, besting even a little show called American Idol. Cool, cool, cool…
Year-over-year, Community was up 29 percent in the demo, while versus its season-to-date average it delivered a 38 percent gain.
Cool, Cool Cool Cool.
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Starting in fall 2013 Comedy Central will air episodes from the first three seasons, hell yeah man!
Now let’s hope there’s a nice fifth season of new episodes to go with it at the same time.
Comedy Central has acquired off-net rights to NBC’s “Community” and will begin airing episodes from its first three seasons in fall 2013.
The deal with Sony Pictures TV comes just as the laffer returns from a haitus with new episodes beginning Thursday on the Peacock.
“Within the chaos of the current media landscape, we are fortunate that we live in a timeline where ‘Community’ comes to Comedy Central,” said Comedy Central EVP of program strategy and multiplatform programming David Bernath. “Our staff is celebrating with a game of paintball in the offices today.”