Though the exit won't yet take place for a few months, 'Parks and Recreation' fans are already lamenting the series loss of stars Rob Lowe and Rashida Jones, whose characters Chris Traeger and Ann Perkins have already begun to eye their Pawnee exits. 'Parks and Recreation' may have its own scheduling problems for season 5, but Lowe assures fans that both he and Jones will find the space to return to the series, with no Amy Poehler to stand in their way.
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?
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.
With 'The Office' winding down toward its May 16 series finale, reflections upon the nine-season NBC comedy have revealed some intriguing "what if" scenarios and castings that could have seen our favorite Dunder Mifflin characters leading very different lives. Among the 'Office' trivia known is that 'Parks and Recreation' had originally been envisioned as a spinoff, but how would Scranton and Pawnee have been tied together? Find out the surprising 'Office'/'Parks and Recreation' connection inside!
Rashida Jones ran away with our hearts as Karen, Jim's love interest on 'The Office,' and she's been holding our hearts hostage ever since with roles in 'I Love You, Man,' and 'Parks and Recreation.' But before that, she'd been a fixture on television in one form or another for years. In today's Way Back When, we take a look at some of Jones' lesser-known roles.
Celeste and Jesse are perfect together; they speak in their own language, they know each other's ticks, and they're the best of friends. There's only one problem: they aren't together anymore. In the middle of a divorce, Celeste and Jesse are driving their friends crazy, still attached at the hip and unable to let this relationship go.