NBC announces that Amy Poehler’s Parks and Recreation will get a seventh season, but that doesn’t necessarily mean Community will see a sixth.
American Hustle and Dallas Buyers Club led the motion picture categories at the 71st Golden Globe Awards, while Breaking Bad, Brooklyn Nine-Nine and Behind the Candelabra split up much of the TV division.
Parks and Recreation showrunner Mike Schur has confirmed that actors Rob Lowe and Rashida Jones will leave the NBC comedy during the upcoming sixth season.
Jim Rash, the Community actor and Oscar-winning screenwriter, talks with Spinoff Online about his new roundtable-discussion series The Writers’ Room, which premieres Monday on the Sundance Channel.
NBC has renewed Community and set up a mostly new Thursday night schedule, while CBS canceled Happy Endings and passed on Beverly Hills Cop while adding new dramas and comedies.
NBC, Fox, The CW and Adult Swim offer up a better look at the fall’s TV season by revealing pick-up pilots and cutting underperforming shows. The big news made be that Parks and Recreation was renewed for a sixth season.
Parks and Recreation stars Amy Poehler and Adam Scott, and creator Michael Schur discuss tonight’s big wedding between Leslie Knope and Ben Wyatt.
Leslie Knope is in for the surprise of a lifetime in the Nov. 15 episode of Parks & Recreation when her role model and “celebrity sex list” Vice President Joe Biden makes a guest appearance.
A major event happened in Thursday night’s Parks and Recreation episode, and showrunner Michael Schur and stars Amy Poehler and Adam Scott held a conference call to talk about it.
During a recent conference call to promote NBC’s Parks and Recreation, Amy Poehler said she and fellow Golden Globes host Tina Fey haven’t started planning for the gig.
It’s been a long summer, but September is almost here – and with it, the start of the new fall season of television. New shows! Old favorites! They’re all here, which means that we’re cheating with the regular recommendations of five shows to keep an eye out for this time. Today, we’re giving you five season premieres of returning shows to tune into, and on Saturday, five all-new shows you might want to check out. Let’s revisit some old friends first, shall we?