Yahoo has renewed the beloved cult comedy for 13 more episodes and will release them this fall on Yahoo Screen.
Harmon will return as showrunner and executive producer for the new season. And in a statement, got in a dig at his former network, saying, "I look forward to bringing our beloved NBC sitcom to a larger audience by moving it online."
The series, which premiered in 2009, has had a rocky history. Harmon was replaced as show runner for the series' fourth season, but after the show's devoted fan base loudly complained, he returned to lead the writing of the fifth season. Despite the return of Harmon, the show's ratings were still too low for NBC to renew it for a sixth season.
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The Yahoo deal came at the last minute, as the actors' deals were set to expire on June 30, according to TVLine.
The "Community" deal is the latest push by Yahoo to expand its online TV offerings. It recently announced two original series: "Other Space" and "Sin City Saints."