Parks and Recreation is ending. That is literally the worst. During its seven season run, the NBC comedy managed to populate its fictional small-town with a host of endearing and hilarious characters. There are so many strange and funny people walking the streets that it was hard to cut the best of the best down to 30. Here are the funniest residents of Parks and Recreation’s Pawnee, Indiana...
Fans of NBC's Parks and Recreation have seen lots of cameos over the course of the last six years. Last night, however, we were graced with what could be argued as one of the best Parks and Rec cameos to date.
A couple of huge Parks and Recreation fans invited Nick Offerman, star of NBC’s Parks and Recreation, to their wedding in 2014. He responded back to the invitation, and you can check out the amusing response.
With each new year comes new beginnings, whether in the form of resolutions to become happier with oneself, or in the form of frustration over trying to get taxes done. But, sadly, 2015 in particular will mark the endings for a slew of popular TV series all over the network-sphere.
For its seventh and final season, NBC’s Parks and Recreation seems destined to make its last year feel as close to the six previous years as possible, despite taking place in the future. Here's the latest actor you can expect to find.
This has been an awesome year for women on TV with some truly awesome characters, and thankfully, the ladies aren't beholden to any one specific network or even format. From premium cable to network television to basic cable, these ladies are different ages and different nationalities.
Sometimes the things one really wants for Christmas just don’t exist, especially when one is a giant TV fanatic whose mental boundary between real and fictional worlds is thinner than Captain Picard’s hairline. So here are 10 fictitious items that I'd love to see under my tree on Christmas morning.
As The Tonight Show comes to a close, Jimmy Fallon recalls one of his favorite Christmas stories, “Twas the Night Before Christmas”, but with little time he hands it over to Nick Offerman to recite a “shortened, more casual version.”
Production on Parks and Rec wrapped up just a few days ago with plenty of fanfare, and now the cast is making the rounds to promote the new season. Recently, Nick Offerman, who plays popular character Ron Swanson on the show, spoke out to explain how he and Aziz Anzari were able to write their very last lines on the show.
It makes perfect sense that the brand new trailer for the NBC comedy plays up the time jump put forth in the Season 6 finale, so grab your lightsabers and Wyld Stallyns t-shirts and step into the future of Pawnee.
Today marked the final day on set for the cast of NBC's Parks and Recreation and though the show has been given a solid run, it’s still sad. Luckily, co-creator and stars of the show sent out tweets on their last day on set to remind us Pawnee will live in our hearts forever.
The Screen Actors Guild just unleashed its nominees for 2014, and as it usually is with television, most of the nominees are pretty much what you would expect. Game Of Thrones, House Of Cards and Modern Family all cleaned up on nominations.
It’s always a little bittersweet when a show is getting ready to air its final season, but in Parks and Recreation’s case, at least the comedy is getting ready to go out with a bang. This morning, NBC announced that Parks and Rec will begin airing in January.
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.