“If you like small towns with big ideas, this book is for you!” says Amy Poehler, who alter-ego Leslie Knope acts as author of the bound-to-be award-winning publication. “And here’s hoping that Indianapolis will play Pawnee when they turn this book into a movie!”
Each chapter of the book will explore a different factoid about the faux town, peppered with commentary from your favorite Parks and Rec characters. Pawnee hits shelves on October 4.
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• The Voice judges Christina Aguilera and Adam Levine will debut/perform their new single, “Moves Like Jagger,” on the NBC series’ live show airing Tuesday, June 21.
• Comedy Central has renewed Tosh.0 for a 26-episode fourth season, to bow in 2012.
• Sundance Channel will marathon the first 12 episodes of AMC’s The Killing this Saturday and Sunday from 4 to 10 pm EST. The first season finale of the murder mystery airs Sunday at 10.
• First Lady Michelle Obama recently shot a guest spot on Nickelodeon’s iCarly (set to air next January), and E! Online has some first look footage of momentous event.
• Gilles Marini has joined ABC Family’s new drama Switched at Birth. The Brothers & Sisters alum will play Bay’s (Vanessa Marano) birth father, says TVGuide.com.
• Cartoon Network is developing its animated adventure series Ben 10 into a live-action feature with The Matrix producer Joel Silver at the helm.
• Several of the 2011 NBAChampion Dallas Mavericks will be on hand (via satellite) to present the Late Show with David Letterman‘s Top Ten List this Wednesday night.
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