It remains to be seen if Amy Poehler will reprise her role opposite Tina Fey as co-host of the 2014 Golden Globes, but we at least know one other gig the 'Parks and Recreation' star will return to in the near future. 'The Simpsons' upcoming 25th season has tapped Amy Poehler to return to her futuristic role as Bart's wife, but who might the character have her eyes on this time around?
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We're less than a month from the hourlong 'Parks and Recreation' season 6 London premiere, but don't let the slowly diminishing cast get you down. Celebrate the imminent return to Pawnee with 20 hilarious minutes of bloopers from season 5, as hosted by Councilman Jamm (Jon Glaser), with special movie reviews from Perd Hapley himself, ya heard?
Summer may be gone, but who cares? It’s TV time! Fall TV 2013 will prove among the more exciting seasons in recent years, including everything from Marvel’s ‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’ premiere to the return of our beloved ‘Walking Dead’ for season 4, but with so many options to choose from, which TV is really must-see?
We break down the 20 can’t-miss premieres from the ABC to the NBC to the BBC, including those that will have us talking for months on end, and a score of saucy secrets from each of Fall TV’s best!
All summer long we've heard about 'Parks and Recreation' season 6's upcoming effort to feature Eagleton doppelgangers for every member of the 'Parks' department, from Kristen Bell to Sam Elliott, but the season's latest guest brings new meaning to the word. BBC clone drama 'Orphan Black' star Tatiana Malsany will next spawn in Pawnee this year with a connection to Tom Haverford, but as whom?
The bizarro 'Parks and Recreation' season 6 castings are at it again, following news that 'Veronica Mars' vet Kristen Bell, Sam Elliott and Billy Eichner will face off as Eagleton counterparts to Leslie Knope (Amy Poehler), Ron Swanson (Nick Offerman) and Donna Meagle (Retta). The latest to find themselves with an evil (er?) mirror is none other than Aubrey Plaza's April Ludgate, whom June Diane Raphael will attempt to out-dour.
The future of 'Parks and Recreation' season 6 remains something of a question mark after learning that series stars Rashida Jones and Rob Lowe would depart the show midway through the upcoming run. We've heard about Jones' post-'Parks' plans, but what of the NBC series itself? Will someone new be brought into to replace the character, or will the show limp on to its final season?
Now that the shock of 'Parks and Recreation' stars Rashida Jones and Rob Lowe departing the series midway through season 6 has largely worn off, and with Lowe considering staying with the network for his own series, Jones has finally revealed her post-'Parks' plans as well. The former 'Office' star has been given a put pilot commitment at FOX for her new comedy series 'Stuck,' but just how connected to the project will she be?
When Kristen Bell joined 'Parks and Recreation' season 6 as Leslie Knope's Eagleton counterpart, we didn't think much about the role itself. Then, mustachioed icon Sam Elliott joined as Ron Swanson's doppelganger, and the pattern emerged. So, who's the latest to join the bizarro Parks Department? Why, comedian Billy Eichner as Donna's mirror image ... sort of!
Yesterday 'Parks and Recreation' fans were shocked to learn that both series regulars Rob Lowe and Rashida Jones were planning departures midway through the upcoming sixth season of NBC's acclaimed comedy. Now, it seems Lowe may already have rebounded with his own NBC sitcom on the horizon, while 'Parks' showrunner Mike Schur has opened up to address the departures.
Earlier today we heard the news that 'Parks and Recreation' guest actor Lucy Lawless would return for the upcoming season 6 premiere, but the series may have a much bigger spot to fill that originally thought. New reports making the round suggest that series regulars Rob Lowe (Chris Traeger) and Rashida Jones (Ann Perkins) will depart the series.