In an age where a reboot of a beloved show is just a hope, prayer, and eager streaming service away, it’s pretty inevitable that people would ask when the next generation of beloved NBC sitcom Parks and
Parks and Recreation reunited last night at the Paley Fest in Los Angeles, and we found out two things: 1) Leslie Knope has endorsed two 2020 presidential candidates, and 2) we might actually be getting
The NBC comedy is a rare holdout amid an unstoppable wave. Enough time has passed since Parks and Recreation’s 2015 series finale that you may not remember how the beloved NBC comedy — which managed to
(CNN) — Amy Poehler is down for a "Parks and Recreation" reboot. The cast of the hit show came together Thursday night at the PaleyFest to celebrate their 10th anniversary and that's where Poehler revealed
TV and movie reboots are as popular as ever, and the possibility of bringing back beloved NBC comedy Parks and Recreation still hasn’t been ruled out, according to co-created Michael Schur. “I would never
Michael Schur attended with Amy Poehler, Rashida Jones, Chris Pratt, Aubrey Plaza, Aziz Ansari, Rob Lowe, Adam Scott, Retta, Nick Offerman and Jim O'Heir Treat yo’ self — it’s a Pawnee reunion! The entire
The gang's all here! The cast of Parks and Recreation reunited on Thursday to celebrate Little Sebastian's lifethe 10th anniversary of the beloved sitcom's premiere, and we're feeling overcome with nostalgia.
PaleyFest LA brought Pawnee, Ind., to Hollywood on Thursday night for a “Parks and Recreation” cast reunion staged 10 years after the series first debuted on NBC. Amy Poehler, Nick Offerman, Rashida Jones,
Amy Poehler reflects on 10-year anniversary of 'Parks and Recreation:' 'I'm just really overwhelmed'
Amy Poehler became incredibly emotional reflecting on her wildly popular role as Leslie Knope in the hit NBC comedy series “Parks and Recreation.” In a sold-out Dolby Theater in Hollywood, Calif. on Thursday
The cast of Parks and Recreation, a show I miss every day, reunited for PaleyFest on Thursday night. It sounded delightful, with topics ranging from the Entertainment 720 banner in Hulu’s Fyre Fraud documentary