TBS Greenlights Rashida Jones Comedy Angie Tribeca, Plus Barbershop and Family Sitcoms
Rashida Jones' Parents, Quincy Jones and Peggy Lipton, to Play Her Folks in TBS Pilot Tribeca
Rashida Jones is keeping it in the family with her new TBS pilot. READ MORE
Parks and Rec Goodbye Episode Recap: Ann Gets Her Park, and We Are Wrecked
We’re gonna need a lot of breakfast food.
NBC’s Parks and Recreation this Thursday said farewell to Ann Perkins (played by original cast member Rashida Jones) and Chris Traeger (Rob Lowe, who joined the series in Season 2), with an episode that involved 103 scrapbooks, six buddy boxes, one party that was actually 30 parties and a mix tape that’s heavy on Sarah McLachlan. READ MORE
Rashida Jones to Headline Tribeca, TBS Comedy Pilot from Steve Carell
Rashida Jones‘ post-Parks and Recreation future just became a lot clearer.
The actress has copped the lead role in TBS’ single-camera comedy pilot Tribeca, co-created and directed by Steve Carell …READ MORE
Parks and Recreation's 100th Episode Brings 'Big Surprises,' Andy's Return, Baby Drama and More
Parks and Recreation celebrates 100 episodes this Thursday (NBC, 8:30/7:30c), and the comedy is packing the momentous half-hour with enough surprises, cameos and big character reveals to make Leslie Knope proud. READ MORE
NBC Orders Susan Sarandon Comedy Pilot -- Written by and Co-Starring Her Daughter
When it comes to supporting her child’s writing career, Susan Sarandon is putting her career where her mouth is.
The Academy Award-winning actress is set to star in Growing Ivy, a single-camera comedy pilot for NBC, conceived, co-written by and co-starring her daughter Eva Amurri Martino, and executive-produced by Parks and Recreation favorite …READ MORE
Parks and Rec Scoop: EP Mike Schur Reveals Who's 'Replacing' Ann as Leslie's BFF
The departure of Rashida Jones‘ Ann midway through Parks and Recreation‘s upcoming sixth season is going to leave a huge vacancy in her BFF Leslie Knope’s (Amy Poehler) social circle — so huge it will take more than one person to fill it.
According to executive producer Mike Schur, the NBC comedy will …READ MORE
TVLine Items: CSI Stages Cheers Reunion, Modern Family Hires a Workaholic and More
Sam Malone and Cliff Clavin are reuniting outside of the bar where everybody knows your name.