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It’s a sore subject to admit, but our beloved Parks and Rec crew has reached their final season. With the Parks and Recreation series coming to an end, we are left wondering how will Ron Swanson go out?
When Parks and Recreation returns to NBC for its seventh and final season, it’s going to be a different show in many ways, from its shifted time frame to Leslie’s new job to her and Ben’s triplets. But it will resemble past seasons in several ways as well, especially with some of the characters coming back.
Nick Offerman appears on Conan as Ron Swanson, sort of, hawking his handcrafted wood emoji's in a mock infomercial. The Parks & Recreation star is clearly not that much different from his on screen persona.
On the one hand we're always grateful for hilarious Chris Pratt stories, but on the other, we feel a little cheated by Parks and Recreation.
Here at Cinema Blend, we're tipping out hats and raising our straight blades to the 25 most masculine mustaches that have ever graced our television screens. As any man will tell you, it's not just about how big and thick it is -- Wilford Brimley would like to run counterpoint on that -- but it's also a combination of the performer and what they're representing.
Halloween is just around the corner. Each year, some of our favorite programs bring us Halloween-themed episodes. Luckily enough, a good chunk of these episodes come with clever costumes. This year we’ve culled some of our favorite Halloween episodes of our favorite TV programs to bring you a quiz highlighting our favorite referential costumes.
It’s hard to believe NBC’s Parks and Recreation will be ending in just a few short months. Apparently, some of the cast is having trouble saying goodbye to Parks and Recreation. Recently, Amy Poehler spoke out to say she’s having trouble with the show ending. In fact, she has a very specific and very crazy fantasy last day on the set in mind.
We hope everyone is still alive and okay after Fall TV’s first official premiere week. When you’re not catching up on broadcasts, head over to streaming for the best new options this week had to offer, including what I’m already calling one of the best shows of the year. Big talk.
The network’s full 2014-2015 lineup included the announcements that Parenthood’s Season 6 and Parks and Recreation’s Season 7 will be the final ones for both. I think a big group “aww” is in order here, but not the same kind of “aww” that Community turned into a catchphrase.
NBC has officially unveiled their 2014-2015 lineup, which reveals some big changes to their schedule the most notable of which is a very different Thursday night line-up. NBC has traditionally blocked out four half-hour slots for comedies on Thursday night, however this Fall, they've set The Biggest Loser in the 8:00 p.m. slot, followed by two new comedies and then the return of Parenthood...
Last night, Parks and Rec ended its sixth season with a very fine double episode featuring a slew of excellent guest stars (including Michelle Obama) and callback jokes. The series will be back next fall, but on Friday, showrunner Mike Schur confirmed that Season 7 will probably be Parks and Rec’s last, as well as talked about what he has planned for the show’s big ending.
Parks & Rec nails the Season 6 finale by expertly bring together all the threads throughout the season and then blowing it all up in the final moments.
Big news for Leslie and Ben means big secret for Andy in a very good character episode of Parks & Rec. Ben & Leslie head to the doctor after getting the big baby news last week, only to find the news getting bigger as there are triplets on the way.
Parks & Rec stays on its hot streak with its best episode of this season, it's only misstep is naming it after one of the show's all time great episodes.
Parks & Rec has one of its best episodes of the season by supplying lots of laughs and finding drama in the characters that actually feel relevant.