'Community' showrunners to make their debut at Comic-Con 2012

community-comic-con-showrunners-nbc.jpg Dan Harmon might not be involved in "Community" Season 4, but that doesn't mean the NBC comedy will be in incapable hands. See for yourself when Moses Port and David Guarascio, the veteran TV producers who have taken over Harmon's job as showrunner, make their public debut at Comic-Con 2012 in San Diego.

Port and Guarascio will join stars Joel McHale, Alison Brie, Danny Pudi, Yvette Nicole Brown and Gillian Jacobs, executive producer Russ Krasnoff and writers Megan Ganz and Andy Bobrow on the show's Friday morning panel in Ballroom 20, TV Guide reports.

The duo were named to their new posts shortly after Sony opted not to bring back "Community" creator Harmon after his contract expired (though let's be honest, the firing clearly had something to do with the Chevy Chase voicemail incident).

Chase, who has publicly voiced his displeasure with the show, has signed on for Season 4.
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