The actor is playing the mysterious Mr. Stone, who has an evil plan that will forever alter the lives of the Greendale study group.
Premiere Begins with a 10-Episode Marathon Stunt on Sunday, September 15 from Noon - 5:00 p.m. ET/PT.B. Alan Orange
Creator Dan Harmon came on stage dressed as Iron Man, where he stressed the show's six seasons and a movie maxim in San Diego.
Plus, series creator Dan Harmon reveals that this season is the most important in the show's history, and much more.
The series creator reveals on Twitter that he is coming back to the NBC comedy, after being unceremoniously fired at the end of Season 3.
The ousted creator revealed on his Harmontown podcast that NBC has invited him back, although it is not known if he has accepted their offer.
The NBC cult hit could return to its roots for a final season, with the series getting a 13-episode renewal.B. Alan Orange
The Greendale study group is back and better than ever in this new season, debuting with History 101 Thursday, February 7 on NBC.
This latest look at the NBC comedy has Abed finding his happy place and Annie pulling off a senior prank with Shirley.
Joel McHale, Danny Pudi, Alison Brie, Yvette Nicole Brown, and Jim Rash talk about the new season, debuting Thursday, February 7 on NBC.
Greendale Community College's hilarious study group is heading back for another semester, premiering Thursday, February 7 at 8/7c.
NBC president Bob Greenblatt dismissed speculation that the show's upcoming fourth season will be its last.
The comedy legend will not appear in the last two episodes of the NBC comedy returning season, after coming to a mutual agreement with producers.
The network also announced the premiere of the new comedy series 1600 Penn on January 10 and the debut of Deception on January 7.
Troy and Abed air a special edition of their morning talk show, explaining why they won't be on NBC this October 19th.B. Alan Orange
Both comedy shows were slated to debut Friday, October 19, although NBC has decided to delay the premieres for a new marketing push.
The Franklin & Bash star will play a history professor at Greendale Community College in a two-episode arc on the NBC comedy series.
Take a look at Alison Brie rapping, Chevy Chase combining body parts, and much more from this NBC comedy series.