‘Community’, ‘Parks and Recreation’, ‘Up All Night’ and ‘Whitney’ Get Renewed at NBC

'Community', 'Parks and Recreation', 'Up All Night' and 'Whitney' Get Renewed at NBC
As other comedies at NBC are having the plug pull on their future, four other sitcoms are getting another chance at survival.

The comedies that will be back at NBC include:

Community, the laugher about seven adult students at Greendale Community College, received a 13-episode fourth season order; [Source: TV Line]

Parks and Recreation, which follows the antics of an eclectic group of town officials in a small Indiana town, earned a 22-episode fifth season;

Up All Night, the comedy about new parents played by Will Arnett and Christina Applegate, earned a 13-episode second season; and, [Source: TV Line]

Whitney, the freshman sitcom starring Whitney Cummings earned a second season despite a rocky start. [Source: TV Line]

These four comedies join the already-picked up ’30 Rock’ this fall.