Rashida Jones and Kidada Jones
Even with her impending departure from Parks and Recreation, Rashida Jones is keeping busy.
Jones, 37, is developing The Revengers, an hourlong dramedy, with her older sister, Kidada Jones, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
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Fox has given a put-pilot commitment to Parks and Recreation star Rashida Jones' comedy project Stuck, TVGuide.com has learned.
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Nick Offerman, Rashida Jones
Wedding bells will be ringing once again on Parks and Recreation!
During the upcoming sixth season of the NBC comedy, one couple will take a trip down the aisle. "I will personally guarantee that there will be a wedding this season, that some couple will get married," executive producer Mike Schur tells TVGuide.com.
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Rob Lowe, Rashida Jones
When Parks and Recreation returns this fall, it's the beginning of the end for Rob Lowe and Rashida Jones, as both actors will exit the series halfway through the season. How will their characters say farewell to Pawnee?
Rashida Jones and Rob Lowe
Rob Lowe and Rashida Jones are leaving Parks and Recreation, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
"The news about Rob and Rashida is true -- they will be leaving the show after the 13th episode of the upcoming season six," executive producer Mike Schur said in a statement. "We've been working on their storyline (on and off) for four seasons now, and heading into this year, with the two of them contemplating parenthood, it felt like a natural time to move them into the next phase."
Even though Leslie Knope (Amy Poehler) could soon lose her job as a Pawnee City Councilwoman, she'll go gallivanting off to London in the Parks and Recreation premiere this fall — but for good reason!
Thanks to Chris Pratt — and his rock-hard abs — the NBC comedy will cross the pond to film their season premiere later this month, taking a bulk of the Parks Department with them. To find out why, TVGuide.com turned to executive producer Mike Schur, who dishes on all things Season 6, including its 100th episode, Leslie's new challenges, Ron's (Nick Offerman) baby and more!
Still tearing up after Thursday's series finale of The Office? OK, cool, because we're totally not either...
But for those fans not ready to let go of the Dunder Mifflin crew just yet, TVGuide.com has a special treat — an exclusive first look at
In the third part of our goodbye to The Office, the cast and producers open up about the tough loss of the World's Best Boss Michael Scott, aka series star Steve Carell. After rising from network underdog to Best Comedy Series Emmy winner in Season 2, The Office solidified its status as one of the top comedies on TV. In 2007, NBC moved the series to its prized Thursday-at-9 timeslot. The following year, the network hand-picked The Office to air immediately following Super Bowl XLIII. However, the show was about to face a huge blow...
John Krasinski and Jenna Fischer
In the second part of our goodbye to NBC's The Office (which airs its finale Thursday at 9/8c), the cast and producers discuss the show's impressive reversal of fortunes in Season 2. In just 22 episodes, the comedy went from NBC's almost canceled list to certified hit thanks to Steve Carell's newfound movie stardom, a little program called iTunes and the evolution of one of TV's most beloved romances, Jim and Pam.
TVGuide.com spoke to stars Rainn Wilson (Dwight Schrute), Jenna Fischer (Pam Beesly-Halpert), Angela Kinsey (Angela Martin), Oscar Nunez (Oscar Martinez), Kate Flannery (Meredith Palmer), Ellie Kemper (Erin Hannon), Jake Lacy (Pete Campbell), producer and...
Jenna Fischer, John Krasinski
Bob Odenkirk as Michael Scott? An African-American Pam Beesly? A spinoff starring Ed Helms as suburban dad Andy Bernard?