NBC is securing its comedy lineup by renewing Parks and Recreation for Season 5 and picking up second seasons of the freshman comedies Up All Night and Whitney.

Parks and Recreation received a full 22-episode order for its fifth season, unlike the renewed Thursday night comedies Community and 30 Rock, which only received 13 episodes apiece. Up All Night was also given a 13-episode season order, although it isn't known how many episodes Whitney will receive.

The network has already renewed Smash, Grimm, Parenthood, Law and Order: Special Victims Unit, Community, and 30 Rock so far.

There is still no official word on the fate of their highest-rated comedy, The Office. A renewal is expected for the show's eighth season, but insiders claim the network is holding on the announcement until deals with Ed Helms, Jenna Fischer, and John Krasinski are finalized.