‘Parks and Recreation’ Band Mouse Rat To Release ‘The Awesome Album’

‘Parks And Recreation’ Reunites For Fundraiser

The cast of Parks and Recreation is returning to Pawnee, Ind., for a one-night charity special benefiting Feeding America, NBC announced Thursday. Amy Poehler, Rashida Jones, Aziz Ansari, Nick Offerman and Adam Scott are among the sitcom’s stars to be featured in the half-hour special airing 8:30 p.m. ET Thursday, April 30. The story reflects the real-life crisis, with Poehler’s Leslie Knope striving to stay in touch with her friends while observing social distancing.

 

Comedy Central Lands ‘Parks And Recreation’

‘Parks And Recreation’ 10-Year Reunion Set For PaleyFest

‘Parks And Rec’ Props, Costumes Up For Auction

‘Parks And Recreation’ EP Harris Wittels Dies

Writer and co-executive producer of NBC’s Parks and Recreation Harris Wittels was found dead Thursday at his Los Angeles home of a possible drug overdose. He was 30.

Paul Rudd In Final Season Of ‘Parks And Recreation’

‘Parks and Recreation’ Nabs Tuesday Slot

NBC’s Parks and Recreation will come and go quickly this winter, returning to kick off its final season on Jan. 13 — two nights after Parks star Amy Poehler co-hosts the Golden Globes on the network — and ending its run six weeks later. The critically acclaimed comedy will finish on Tuesdays, airing back-to-back episodes in the 8 o’clock hour.

Michelle Obama To Appear On ‘Parks And Rec’

‘Parks & Recreation’ Back For A 7th Season

NBC entertainment president Robert Greenblatt said Sunday that Poehler’s Parks & Recreation will be back for a seventh season next fall. NBC also signed a production deal with Poehler and committed to making a pilot for a comedy that she is writing, tentatively titled Old Soul.

Maslany Lands Arc On ‘Parks And Recreation’

Rob Lowe, Rashida Jones Leaving ‘Parks & Rec’

UPFRONTS 2013

NBC Renews ‘Parks,’ Cancels Bubble Sitcoms

NBC has renewed “Parks and Recreation” for a sixth season while at the same time announcing cancellation of White House laffer 1600 Penn, Whitney and Up All Night.

TV’s Six Most Under-Appreciated Shows

They don’t get the ratings of American Idol or Big Bang, but they’re still important to their networks, whether winning timeslots or awards.

WGN America Nabs ‘Parks and Rec’ Reruns

The cable channel will begin airing the Amy Poehler comedy starting in September.

‘Parks and Recreation’ Gets Newt Gingrich Cameo

‘Parks and Rec’ Lands Cameo From Joe Biden

Politicians Tape ‘Parks And Rec’ Cameos

UPFRONTS

NBC Renews ‘Parks & Rec,’ ‘Up All Night’

The two comedies join Community and 30 Rock in securing additional seasons at the network.

NBC Eyes Short Orders For Returning Sitcoms

It looks like NBC’s 30 Rock will be back for a likely abbreviated seventh and final season, and like 30 Rock, all returning NBC comedy series are likely to get short orders. That would save some coin and allow NBC to pick up more new comedies.

‘Parks and Rec’ Casts Patricia Clarkson As Tammy 1

‘Justified,’ ‘Parks,’ ‘Thrones’ Lead TCA Nominations

‘Parks and Rec’ Star Offerman To Host TCA Awards

NBC Supersizing ‘Office’ And ‘Parks’

NBC will air an extended version of The Office for Steve Carell’s final episode April 28. Carell’s farewell, which will feature Will Ferrell continuing his guest arc, will air from 9-9:50 p.m. Parks and Recreation will follow with a supersized episode as well, airing from 9:50-10:30 p.m.

Amy Poehler Named Harvard’s ‘Class Day’ Speaker

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) – Harvard has announced that comedian and actress Amy Poehler has been selected as this year’s “Senior Class Day” speaker. The school announced Tuesday that the Massachusetts native will address graduates and their families in Harvard Yard’s Tercentenary Theatre on May 25. The annual ceremony is scheduled the day before commencement and […]

NBC Renews ‘Office,’ ‘Community,’ ‘Parks’

It looks like some of that Irish luck is rubbing off on the residents of Greendale and /Pawnee today: NBC has renewed Community and Parks and Recreation for a third and fourth season respectively. In less surprising news, the Peacock has also picked up The Office for an eighth season — its first without Steve Carell.