After more than a decade the fictional band Mouse Rat from Parks and Rec is releasing a full-length album.Ryan Scott
Fan-favorite comedy Parks and Recreation will be streaming exclusively on Peacock starting in October.Ryan Scott
Leslie Knope, Ron Swanson, and the rest of the Pawnee gang all got back together for a Parks and Rec reunion special.Jeremy Dick
NBC has released a promo for the Parks and Recreation special that is set to air this Thursday.Ryan Scott
Mike Schur reveals how the upcoming Parks and Recreation reunion came to be, and what to expect.Ryan Scott
The Parks and Rec cast will reunite for a stay-at-home special of the comedy series to help raise money for charity.Jeremy Dick
It's Full House but everyone is Ron Swanson in a new parody video, and it has to be seen to be believed.Jeremy Dick
Amy Poehler has discussed the possible return of Parks and Recreation, though its unclear how that will all come together in the future.David Yates
Nick Offerman and Amy Poehler are up for a Parks and Rec revival, but what about NBC?Ryan Scott
Amy Poehler and her favorite ladies from Pawnee got back together to celebrate the unofficial Parks and Rec holiday Galentine's Day.Ryan Scott
A Twitter user has discovered evidence that proves The Good Place and Parks and Rec take place in the same universe.Ryan Scott
A new Visa commercial plays up the Parks And Rec and Strangers Things fan theory that Jean-Ralphio is actually Steve Harrington's son.Ryan Scott
Leslie Knope from NBC's Parks and Recreation has returned to write an open letter for Americans everywhere, after Donald Trump was elected president.
Stranger Things star Joe Keery meets Parks and Recreation star Ben Schwartz in a funny Faher and Son reunion video.
Paul Rudd will return as Sweetums heir Bobby Newport in two episodes of Parks and Recreation final season, debuting January 13th on NBC.
The entire cast is coming back, with the majority of this upcoming season set three years into the future, in 2017.
She will appear as herself in the hour-long episode airing Thursday, April 24 on NBC.
The actors who portray Chris Trager and Ann Perkins will be departing the hit NBC sitcom after the 13th episode of this upcoming season.
The network has cancelled comedy shows Whitney, Up All Night, 1600 Penn, Guys With Kids, and the drama Deception after just one season.