Leslie Knope's Pawnee City Council campaign lands in the gutter tonight on Parks and Recreation when she stages a meet-and-greet that turns into a giant alley-oops (8:30/7:30c, NBC). "She does a focus group and there is this one guy who's like, 'I don't know, I just don't like her...she doesn't seem like the person I wanna go bowling with,'" explains star Amy Poehler. "So Leslie, in her usual bulldog way, loses sight of the big picture and spends the whole episode trying to get this one guy to like her. She hosts this bowling event and casually invites the guy in hopes of getting his vote."
NBC is planting the seeds for a spin-off of The Office centered on Dwight Schrute (Rainn Wilson) and the Schrute family beet farm, Deadline reports.
The series, which would tentatively launch in early 2013, would follow Dwight's life outside of Dunder Mifflin at his family's beet farm and bed and breakfast. The beet farm has been featured in several episodes stemming back to Season 2, with The Office and Parks and Recreation executive producer Mike Schur playing the role of Dwight's business partner and...
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ADAM: First things first: Alicia and Peter will finally have "the capital-T Talk" about Will. But despite the last-ditch efforts of an unlikely ally, Alicia will still have to testify. But it's not as dire as it seems: This time, Alicia's humiliation will be somewhat private.
I love Paul Rudd on Parks and Recreation? Is it bad that I'm secretly rooting for Bobby Newport to win just so he'll stick around? — Marcus
NATALIE: No, we're all thinking it. But...
Rob Lowe, Drew Peterson: Untouchable
Did you miss Lifetime's Drew Peterson: Untouchable? Instead of sitting through the full TV movie — which drew record ratings for Lifetime on Sunday night with 5.8 million viewers — you can now watch a condensed 90-second version of the film...
It's been too long since we've seen Rob Lowe shake it in Pawnee.
After giving us so much to love during Andy and April's wedding last spring, the fine folks at Parks and Recreation have finally given Chris a reason to get down once more.
Sean Hayes to guest-star on Parks and Rec
In Thursday's new episode (8:30/7:30c, NBC) Leslie's campaign team will hold a contest amongst themselves to see how much...
Steven Tyler, Jennifer Lopez, Randy Jackson
The nerds have slain the singers!
American Idol's second Season 11 outing drew 18 million viewers, down from the 21.6 million who tuned in for the season premiere on Wednesday. Fox's reality series bested The Big Bang Theory in total viewers (15.8 million), but the 100th episode of the CBS comedy scored a 5.3 in the coveted 18-49 demo, with Idol trailing at 5.2 during its first half-hour.
Overall, Idol was down 20 percent from the Wednesday telecast, and down 28 percent from last season's first Thursday airing...
She curses, she gets lap dances, she makes raunchy sex jokes. For Kristen Bell's latest role on Showtime's House of Lies, it's safe to say her squeaky clean Veronica Mars persona has officially left the building.
"Being in a strip club in the middle of the afternoon with the lights on was a little unnerving. There's a scene where I have to dance sexily around in my underwear that made me very nervous," Bell tells TVGuide.com. The part "scared me a little bit."
In the half-hour comedy, which follows a team of management consultants and stars Don Cheadle, Bell plays whip-smart, cutthroat "schmooze operator" Jeannie Van Der Hooven. House of Lies marks Bell's first series regular TV project since she played a teen sleuth in cult favorite Veronica Mars, which was axed in 2007. On the big screen, she's co-starred in films Forgetting Sarah Marshall and Burlesque and still voices the title character of Gossip Girl. "I was excited that Jeannie was very, very different and much more provocative [than Veronica Mars]," Bell says. "It's important to show...
Twitter was buzzing after Parks and Recreation's Rob Lowe tweeted that Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning was planning to retire — news that came as a huge surprise to fans and especially to at least one reporter covering the NFL.
Sean Hayes is headed to Parks and Recreation, TVLine reports.
The former Will & Grace star will play a respected broadcast journalist who lands a big interview with Leslie (Amy Poehler) — which doesn't go so well. The episode will air in the spring.
"Keep TV out of this. We need TV. We got nothing else." Why do I relate to the Hecks of ABC's rollicking The Middle? This is why.