Posts tagged: Parks & Recreation

NBC Officially Renews Parks & Recreation And Community

By , March 18, 2011

Great news for fans of television comedy and particularly the excellent shows airing Thursday nights on NBC: the network has officially decided to renew CommunityParks & Recreation andThe Office for another season! The news comes from TV Line where NBC Chairman Bob Greenblatt said “I am so pleased to renew these three outstanding comedies which are all at the top of their game creatively.”

Source: Cinema Blend

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New Promo for Thursday Night Comedies!

By , January 26, 2011

The second night of the three-hour comedy block is coming up tomorrow, so get your readers jazzed with this slick promo!

Laughing All Night Long
NBC rocks Thursdays hard with all new comedy episodes starting at 8/7c.

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First Promo for 2011 Thursday Comedies

By , December 29, 2010

The first promo for Thursday comedies 2.0, when Community returns and is joined by the return of Parks and Rec and newcomer Perfect Couples!

This hilarious night of TV (with 6, yes 6, shows) kicks off January 20th.

Happy New Year!

All Night, All Right
Nonstop comedy comes to NBC Thursday nights starting January 20th at 8/7c.

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Community Ratings

By , March 12, 2010

NBC comedies “Community” (1.9/6, 4.7 million) and “Parks and Recreation (2.1/6, 4.6 million) suffered slight week-to-week declines. “Parks,” which slightly trailed “Community” earlier this season, now seems to have caught up and passed it in the demo.

Source: Variety

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Second Season for Community!!!

By , March 6, 2010
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Good news!! NBC has renewed COMMUNITY, THE OFFICE, and 30 ROCK for new seasons, according to Michael Ausiello. That means that their entire Thursday night comedy lineup will be back (Parks and Recreation has already been renewed).

Read more: NBC Renews COMMUNITY, THE OFFICE, and 30 ROCK For New Seasons | Daemon’s TV

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‘Community’ gets chance to grow

By , February 25, 2010

“The thing I love about NBC is that comedies have a chance to grow their legs,” said Gillian Jacobs, who plays Britta. Jacobs and her cast mates talked about the show’s future during a recent set visit at Paramount Studios in Hollywood. “NBC allowed ’30 Rock’ to find its legs, they allowed ‘The Office’ to find its audience, and look at ‘Parks and Recreation.’ It really is taking off this year.”
Dan Harmon, the creator, head writer and executive producer behind “Community” describes NBC’s Thursday-night comedy lineup as a brand and his show as a part of that brand. “We’re like an emcee for an evening of fantastic comedy,” Harmon said. “They put us on at 8 o’clock and we really hold our ground.”

From The Detroit News.

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Community – Expect Another Semester

By , February 12, 2010

THR has an article assessing the chances of shows being renewed for a second season, and good news for Community:
Ratings for the NBC comedy may not be hot, averaging a 2.6 with DVR added. But it has been a solid performer on Thursdays and NBC likes the show. With “Parks & Recreation” having received an early pickup with lower numbers, expect another semester. 90% (renewal chance)

Happy again!

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Community: Sophomore Year Likely

By , February 3, 2010

TV By The Numbers updated their prediction for Community:

Now that Parks & Recreation has been renewed for a third season, I don’t see how NBC can not renew Community as well. It’s got the more difficult 8pm timeslot, and its doing about 10% better in the ratings.

We hope they are right!
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Parks and Recreation: Season Three for NBC Sitcom; What About Community?

By , January 31, 2010

The peacock network has made a surprising early pickup and has renewed Parks and Recreation for a third season.

The Office and 30 Rock are all but guaranteed to be renewed but there’s no word on how the Parks order will affect Community’s chances for survival. The Chevy Chase freshman sitcom typically performs better than Parks so it would seem that it’s also a lock for renewal.

However, the network has eight comedy pilots in development and would likely want to keep a Thursday night timeslot open to try one or two. The network may be waiting to look at the new pilots until making a decision about Community.

We are still hoping for the good news!

Source: TV Series Finale

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