Netflix buys rights to the comedy Community; series enters the catalog in April

 Netflix buys rights to the comedy Community;  series enters the catalog in April

In a very discreet way Netflix announced that it has purchased the global rights to the comedy Community.

The announcement was made via Twitter.

THE ArrobaNerd went after the information.

According to information from Deadline, the producer Sony Pictures TV sold the series’ broadcast rights to Netflix and Hulu, so the series will not be exclusive to either, and fans will find the production.

The broadcast in the US will have the Hulu and Netflix. Around the world, Amazon Prime Video has the rights to broadcast in some countries, after all, Netflix now that has the rights to the series from April.

In Brazil, currently, Community is available on Amazon Prime Video with its 6 seasons.

Aired in the USA on the NBC channel, the series debuted in 2009, and Jeff (Joel McHale), a lawyer whose degree has been revoked, who returns to a community college, and ends up being part of a very eccentric study group, so to speak. Thus, Jeff over the years ends up learning much more about himself with his colleagues than actually studying for the courses.

It was created by Dan Harmon. Besides McHale in the cast we had Danny Pudi, Donald Glover, Chevy Chase, Alison Brie, and Gillian Jacobs.

Community enters April 1 in the Netflix catalog.

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