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 tonight we heard that FOX had picked up four major new dramas to series, though the network's announcements are far from over. FOX has also granted series orders to 'SNL' vet Andy Samberg's new detective comedy 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine,' under 'Parks and Recreation' showrunner Mike Schur,' along with Seth MacFarlane's 'Dads' and three others. Get the inside scoop on FOX's new comedy lineup inside!
In just a few short weeks 'The Office' will close its doors forever with the May 16 series finale episode "Finale." Only three episodes remain before Dunder Mifflin's ultimate end, and up to now NBC has played the details close to the chest, but no longer! Learn what faces new and old will be back to bid a fond farewell to 'The Office,' and what surprising new details will make the finale an affair to remember!
For as much as we miss Andy Samberg's presence on 'SNL,' and hope 'Parks and Recreation' producers Mike Schur and Dan Goor's new FOX comedy won't mean the end of Pawnee, we're doubly excited to see what becomes of the groups new single-camera detective comedy. FOX has officially picked up the script to pilot, and we've now learned 'The Newsroom' and 'Expendables' star Terry Crews has been tapped to flex his comedy muscles for the series. Get the latest on the project inside!
Never fear, Andy Samberg fans. The timing of the unfortunate 'That's My Boy' with Andy Samberg's 'SNL' exit does not mean that the "D*ck in a Box" funnyman has abandoned TV for movies. In fact, we've just learned that Samberg has signed onto an untitled FOX comedy from the creators of 'Parks and Recreation,' but who will the new sitcom see Samberg playing? And what does it mean for the fate of 'Parks and Recreation?'
Through eight seasons of 'The Office,' comings and goings of cast and crew alike, one mystery has always remained throughout the series. No, it's not the identity of the Scranton Strangler, but rather what the deal with Cousin Mose was! Now that Dwight Schrute is potentially moving into his own spin-off 'The Farm,' will Mose take a larger role in the series? Or will real-life duties limit Mike Schur's involvement with the spin-off?