Parks and Recreation Cast Talk Dream End Games: Grizzlies, Game of Thrones and... Guam?
There are a few things we already know about Parks and Recreation‘s upcoming final season.
For one, we know we’ll find Leslie Knope & Co. in READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS
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Ausiello: Shonda Rhimes & Co. are launching a major trans storyline in 2015 focusing on READ MORE & GET SPOILED
Parks and Rec: Rob Lowe, Rashida Jones Returning for Final Season
TVLine Items: Jon Hamm Returns to Parks, TV Land Pulls Cosby and More
The Mad Men actor will reprise his role as READ MORE
Parks and Recreation EP Talks Season 7 Time Jump, [Spoiler]'s Possible Return
Parks and Recreation fans, we feel your pain. With several weeks still left before the NBC comedy debuts its seventh and final season, we’re ready to swear off waffles for life if it means the time will pass faster.
But executive producer Mike Schur feels differently. READ MORE
Video: Retta Drops Red Carpet F-Bomb, Talks Parks & Rec Hairstyle Change
Scoop: Parks and Rec Brings Back Megan Mullally, Revives Lost 'Jammy' Plot in Season 7
Parks and Recreation appears to be ratcheting up the twisted relationship between Ron and his unhinged ex in its final season.
TVLine has learned that Megan Mullally is set to reprise her role as Tammy 2 in Season 7 …READ MORE
Retta Shares Her Final Parks and Rec Wish, Hails 'Goofy' Guardian Chris Pratt
Parks and Recreation scene-stealer Retta cops to recently being brought to tears in discussing the NBC comedy’s upcoming final season — and in this San Diego Comic-Con video Q&A, she in turn shares her one final wish READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Emmys 2014: Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series -- Our 6 Dream Nominees!
The Big Bang Theory‘s Jim Parsons has taken home three of the last four Emmy statuettes for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series, but Jon Cryer’s win in 2012 for Two and a Half Men proves there’s no such thing as a mortal lock. READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS