Parks and Recreation
There was once a time (two months ago) wherein we in the TV community were deeply afraid for the fate of 'Parks and Recreation,' never given the love from NBC and fans it so richly deserves. Now, rightly given its full season order for season 5, what extravagant move is 'Parks and Recreation' pulling for season 5, which will see Ben headed out to the nation's capital while Leslie settles into her new role at City Council?
It's official! Waffles for everyone! Save for 'The Office,' as of now NBC has renewed all of its best single-camera sitcoms for additional seasons! One night after Leslie Knope had her big victory in Pawnee City Council, NBC has opted to renew 'Parks and Recreation' for an additional season! Joining 'Parks' for an additional season is freshman parenting comedy 'Up All Night,' but the real question remains: just how many episodes will each renewal see?
Well, that's...something? Yesterday NBC went on a spending spree to pick up no less than five new original series, both comedic and dramatic, in addition to their already picked up order of Matthew Perry's new single-camera comedy 'Go On.' Yet with all these new pickups, fans still wait patiently for news of its current crop of comedy, namely '30 Rock, 'Community' and 'Parks and Recreation.'
We might have an update, but is it good news?
'Parks and Recreation's' Nick Offerman is truly a man's man. Last week, Offerman demonstrated his woodworking chops by showing us how to make a Ron Swanson bobblehead doll. This time around, Offerman show's his softer side with his fondness for reading aloud the insightful tweets of young female celebrities, while swinging an axe and firing up a chainsaw.
We all need something to remind us of the few things that are right with this world: breakfast foods, bacon-wrapped turkey legs and Steffi Graff. The Ron Swanson bobblehead is that totem. And if you want to learn how to make one for yourself, the man behind "Parks and Recreation's" lovable Cro-Magnon, Nick Offerman shows you how in a new instructional video.
It's that wonderful time of year, when PaleyFest brings forth all manner of wonderful spoilers, tidbits and scoops on our favorite TV shows, and perhaps none-more-so than NBC jewel 'Parks and Recreation.'
With Leslie Knope's campaign for Pawnee city council against the dreamy Bobby Newport (Paul Rudd) heating up, the cast and crew were on hand in California yesterday to deliver a few gems about the upcoming episodes, and ultimately, the climactic season finale! Here's what we were able to learn: