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Harmontown (8-Mar-2014)

Director: Neil Berkeley

Writer: Neil Berkeley

Keywords: Documentary

Documentary follows comedian Dan Harmon on a nationwide tour after he is fired from his job as NBC sitcom Community's showrunner.

ABSTRACT
Comedy writer Dan Harmon, a self-professed "nerd" as famous for his Internet presence as he is for time spent writing for a number of television shows and pilots featuring superstar humorists, was dismissed from his own creation -- NBC's Community -- after several years as its showrunner. Harmon tapped into his nationwide fanbase and connections made with past and present collaborators like Sarah Silverman and Joel McHale to embark on a cross-country tour of the United States tied into his well-regarded podcast, a journey examined in honest-to-a-fault detail in Harmontown.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Steve Agee
Actor
26-Feb-1969   The Sarah Silverman Program
Jack Black
Musician
28-Aug-1969   Half of Tenacious D
Alison Brie
Actor
29-Dec-1982   Annie Edison on Community
Gillian Jacobs
Actor
20-Oct-1982   Britta Perry on Community
Joel McHale
TV Personality
20-Nov-1971   The Soup
John Oliver
Comic
23-Apr-1977   Last Week Tonight
Danny Pudi
Actor
10-Mar-1979   Abed Nadir on Community
Sarah Silverman
Comic
1-Dec-1970   The Sarah Silverman Program
Ben Stiller
Actor
30-Nov-1965   There's Something About Mary
Jason Sudeikis
Actor
18-Sep-1975   Saturday Night Live

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