After five seasons, NBC has finally put "Community" out of its misery.  Even though the show has picked up a devoted following, it's been on the bubble for three years now.  So, this doesn't really come as a surprise.


NBC is also NOT bringing back:  "Believe""Crisis""Dracula""Growing Up Fisher""Ironside""The Michael J. Fox Show""Revolution""Sean Saves the World" and "Welcome to the Family".


The shows that NBC has renewed include:  "The Voice""The Blacklist""About a Boy""Chicago Fire""Chicago P.D.","Law & Order: SVU""The Biggest Loser""Grimm""Hannibal" and "Celebrity Apprentice".


"Parenthood" and "Parks and Recreation" were also picked up, but both were only cleared for ONE more, final season.


By the way, NBC will air next year's Super Bowl on February 1st, and they've announced that "The Blacklist" is getting the coveted post-Super Bowl timeslot.