Beloved by many as the stylish Tom Haverford on Parks and Recreation, Aziz Ansari has been amassing an impressive standup catalog for a young comic. At only 26, his first hour special, Intimate Moments for a Sensual Evening, debuted on Comedy [...]
After deciding last week that Community will return for its new season on January 2nd and that new comedy Welcome to the Family is canceled, NBC announced today that they'll be putting Parks and Recreation on a little bit of a hiatus. The show [...]
Just a few months after The Office ended its run, Ed Helms is working on a new comedy for NBC, albeit on the opposite side of the camera. Deadline reports that NBC is developing an untitled new show that's produced by Helms and created by Aisha [...]
"Getting to meet him was incredibly surreal because he’s someone I admire greatly, and to discover that he was a fan of the show and therefore excited to meet us and work with us was really a bizarre sensation. To me, it would be like Teddy [...]
CBS is dominating the Thursday night comedy ratings, with Robin William's freshman sitcom The Crazy Ones once again doing very well, pulling in 11.8 million viewers and easily beating the premier of Sean Hayes new NBC sitcom, Sean Saves the [...]
Rob Lowe is leaving Parks and Rec at midseason, but he may not be leaving NBC primetime. The network just bought a new workplace comedy called The Pro, starring Lowe, Deadline reports. NBC has given a production commitment to the project, but [...]
Adam Scott's new movie, A.C.O.D., hits theaters this Friday, and it's the first lead role he's had in a big Hollywood comedy. In A.C.O.D. (which stands for "Adult Children of Divorce"), Scott plays a guy who finds out he was once a participant [...]
Here's Parks and Rec's Nick Offerman on The Today Show this morning, promoting his new book, Paddle Your Own Canoe, while Al Roker and Willie Geist interview him while sitting on top of each other in a canoe for some reason.