Community's creator and
current former showrunner Dan Harmon is no longer the lead writer on the show. He's been regulated to consulting producer, which you could arguably say is just a title with little input in the final product. Of course, there was a very public rift between Harmon and Chevy Chase a few months ago and whether that was a deciding factor in his demotion is unknown, but I wouldn't be surprised (just disappointed because I'd rather they favour Harmon over Chase).
Now that Harmon is no longer the boss, NBC has hired David Guarascio and Moses Port to run the day-to-day. The writing duo main credits is the very short lived Aliens in America and Just Shoot Me! (neither of which instil much hope in me). Even if this is Community's final season, and a very short one at that, I feel very worried that the core element that made the show stick out from its competition and what made it so unique could be squandered. Two outsiders running a show that has such a non-sitcom, meta, pop-culture feeling that is consistently thinking out of the box and against every sitcom rule could potentially ruin it.
It was by pure grace that NBC granted an ending, but I want to have Harmon run it to the end. It's his show and it's his vision that has made it such a cult hit. But perhaps they're just what the show needs (no...) a fresh voice (noooo) to... I can't say it. THIS IS A BAD IDEA! I'm not going to lie, I don't want two outsiders messing with my Community! There is more to these characters, very delicate elements that make them funny, and I feel that Harmon knows them inside and out and having two new writers will just boil them down to their essentials and write it just like that.
I know I'm crashing down on the two new writers really hard, but I really didn't like Just Shoot Me! mostly because I really don't care for David Spade. And I will have a hard time accepting a Community without Harmon. I hope Harmon will have a major role in crafting the final season, but deep down inside, I fear NBC doesn't want him to.