Nick Offerman is moving from one Midwest town to another: The Parks and Recreation star has signed on for a recurring role in season 2 of Fargo.
What attracted him to the FX crime dramedy? “I don’t get to shoot anybody in the face but I love the writing on that show,” Offerman recently told EW. “It’s a terrific show for actors and when I saw the first… Continue reading ‘Parks and Recreation’ star Nick Offerman on his new ‘Fargo’ gig
[SPOILER ALERT: Do not read this story until you have watched “Moving Up,” the season 6 finale of Parks and Recreation, which aired tonight.]
Leslie journeyed all the way to San Francisco in the season finale of Parks and Recreation, but she left her heart in Pawnee. And so the city’s unofficial head cheerleader devised a way to snag her dream job running a regional branch of the… Continue reading ‘Parks and Recreation’: Exec producer Michael Schur on the finale’s shocking last scene, that surprise cameo, and the future
Parks and Recreation will unveil its season finale next Thursday, and it will be filled with all sorts of guest stars, from musical (Yo La Tengo, The Decemberists, Letters to Cleo, the returning Jeff Tweedy) to political (First Lady Michelle Obama) to mystery (???). One name you can add to the list from the comedy world: Workaholics star Blake Anderson.
In the hourlong episode, father-to-be Ben… Continue reading ‘Parks and Recreation’ finale: ‘Workaholics’ star Blake Anderson to guest — EXCLUSIVE
When news broke that both Rashida Jones and Rob Lowe would be stepping away from “Parks and Recreation” permanently midway through the comedy’s upcoming sixth season, it became clear that Leslie Knope (Amy Poehler) would find herself adrift without her best friend Ann Perkins.
Who might fill the void in Leslie’s life? Executive producer Mike Schur spoke with TV Line, telling the website that the… Continue reading 'Parks and Recreation' Season 6: With Rashida Jones out, who will be Leslie's new BFF?
Any discussion of TV’s best in 2012 begins with a single show: “Mad Men.” The standout episode of the year’s finest series was also its most divisive. “The Other Woman” split “Mad Men” fans into two camps. Those who watched in horror and railed, “How could Joan do that?” And those who watched in horror and reasoned, “How could Joan not do that?”… Continue reading The best TV episodes of 2012: 'Mad Men,' 'Walking Dead' and 'Parks and Recreation'