Parks and Recreation’s season five finale, "Are You Better Off?," focused on the mystery behind a positive pregnancy test, and ended with a few cliffhangers to excite fans for next fall.
The Sasquatch! 2013 Music Festival recently announced their lineup, with Mumford and Sons, The Postal Service and Macklemore & Ryan Lewis headlining the Memorial Day Weekend event. The concert will be held at the Gorge amphitheater in Quincy, Wash.
November is the month we set our clocks back, start to crank up our heat and, for a growing number of men, put down our razors. That’s because November has become “Movember" (a word that is a portmanteau of "mo" for moustache and "November"), as in the Movember Foundation, which was started in 2003 by 30 men in Melbourne, Australia.
Aaron Paul, 33, two-time Emmy winner for the acclaimed AMC show, Breaking Bad, is taking his award-winning acting to the silver screen in the upcoming Smashed, about a hard-partying couple whose relationship is tested when one of them opts for sobriety, directed by James Ponsoldt and also starring Mary Elizabeth Winstead of Scott Pilgrim vs.
If you're one of the Parks and Recreation fans out there who thinks that Ron Swanson, played by Nick Offerman, could use a little bit of affection from a woman not named Tammy, it looks like you might just be in luck, as Lucy Lawless will be coming on board the NBC program for multiple episodes as Diane Lewis, a love interest for the hapless Ron.
Season Four of NBC's Parks and Recreation ended with Leslie Knope (Amy Poehler) asking residents of Pawnee to get out a map. “A crisp new one that shows where we might go. Let’s embark on a new journey together and see where it takes us,” she said.
Jimmy Kimmel and Kerry Washington announced the nominees for the 64th annual Emmy Awards bright and early this morning, just after 5:30 a.m., in Los Angeles. Washington dressed appropriately for the occasion, and Kimmel wore his pajamas, declaring at one point that "only old people get up this early.
Not far into the pilot for Parks and Recreations, NBC's latest attempt to kick start a winning sitcom idea, right after "mid-level bureaucrat" Leslie Knope (played by Amy Poehler – typically oblivious) has accosted a child in a sandpit with a pointlessly vague questionnaire and she turns to address the camera you get the odd realization you've seen this show somewhere before.
The latest reboot of a television series to come to the theaters pairs Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum together as two baby-faced undercover cops headquartered at — you guessed it — 21 Jump Street.