NBC's freewheeling farce about the lives of a motley group of community college students drew a fiercely devoted fan base. But the ratings were never stellar, and the network finally canceled the series in 2014 after five seasons.
The show's backstage struggles spilled into open view as well. Executive producer Dan Harmon tangled with his bosses at NBC, who hoped that the show would eventually prove a comedy anchor for the then-struggling network. The battles finally resulted in Harmon's abrupt firing at the start of Season 4...
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