Memories From the Set: Parks' Adam Scott Reminisces About Boy Meets World, ER and More
A new feature in which we ask your favorite stars to reminisce about past gigs
Up until fairly recently, Adam Scott lived a very dramatic life… on screen, at least.
The Parks and Recreation star — who …READ MORE
Eye on Emmy: Adam Scott Breaks Down the Art of Parks and Rec Romance, Ben's Geek Affinity
From saying “I do” to taking on Washington D.C. to adoring Game of Thrones above (almost) all else, Parks and Recreation‘s Ben Wyatt did it all in Season 5. And it was his portrayer Adam Scott who brought to life each of those moments with an impressive seamlessness.
Since joining the acclaimed NBC comedy at the end of its second season, the actor …READ MORE
Parks and Recreation Wedding: 5 Spoilery Bits From Amy Poehler, Adam Scott and Mike Schur
Ain’t no party like a Pawnee party — and the best one is yet to come!
Parks and Recreation is throwing an impromptu wedding for Amy Poehler and Adam Scott‘s longtime lovebirds Leslie and Ben in this Thursday’s special installment of the NBC comedy (8:30/7:30c). READ MORE
Parks and Recreation: The Inside Story on This Week's 'Joyous' Moment
Parks and Recreation fans got a sweet, unexpected treat in this week’s Halloween-themed episode: a …READ MORE
It’s Official: Parks and Rec Heads to Washington - Which Real-Life Politicians Will Appear?
Parks and Recreation’s Ben and Leslie are about to rub elbows with some real power players. READ MORE
Exclusive: Parks and Rec Poised to Shoot Premiere On Location in Washington, D.C.
Parks and Recreation wasn’t kidding about shipping Ben off to the nation’s capital in the Season 4 finale. When the show returns with its fifth season on Sept. 20, there’s a good chance Adam Scott‘s up-and-coming political strategist will literally be in Washington, D.C.
Sources confirm to TVLine exclusively that the NBC comedy is looking to shoot scenes on location in D.C. for the READ MORE
Eye on Emmy: Adam Scott Takes the Lead, Hails Parks' 'Impressive' Cast, 'Amazing' Guest Stars
When Adam Scott joined Parks and Recreation at the end of Season 2, he faced a daunting task: make his straight man Pawnee newcomer, Ben Wyatt, seem funny opposite larger than life characters like Leslie Knope and Ron Swanson. Two episodes in, it was clear that Scott would accomplish that goal; two years later, he’s catapulted his way into leading man territory — a fact that did not go unnoticed by the actor and his team, who this year decided to enter Scott in the Outstanding Lead — not Supporting — Actor in a Comedy Series Emmy race. But will the swap help Scott garner some long overdue Emmy love? READ MORE
What to Watch: 5 Web Series Worth Checking Out
Miss your weekly fix of 30 Rock’s Tina Fey? Have you been hate-watching The Bachelorette? These web series could be the solution to your June TV gloom. …READ MORE
Parks and Recreation's Adam Scott Offers Ominous Prognosis for Ben and Leslie
You’re gonna like this. And then hate it.
In my interview with Adam Scott on the red carpet at the Emmys on Sunday, the Parks and Recreation actor reveals what the future holds in store for Ben and Leslie. (Yay!) But in a word, what’s in store for them is trouble. (Why is the word never cake?) READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Parks and Rec Boss Teases Leslie's Big Ben Problem: Will She Have 'Buyer's Remorse'?
Run for office, or cast her vote for true love? Such is the dilemma presented to Parks and Recreation‘s Leslie Knope (Amy Poehler) in the Season 3 finale — and it’s a choice she will grapple with as the new season unspools. READ MORE