Last Thursday’s ‘Parks and Recreation” struck a real emotional chord as the farewell for original cast member Rashida Jones’ Ann Perkins and Rob Lowe’s Chris Traeger.
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It has been a long week, and I am looking to get a few laughs in before the weekend. I don’t know about you, but I’m ready to be a little tickled before Thursday night wraps with the late night shows.
Here’s a look back at 10 memorable “Parks and Recreation” episodes on Streampix featuring Ann and Chris’ on-again/off-again romance and subsequent pregnancy adventures as the show bids them farewell
As a cold front spreads across the US, many of you will be staying in tonight catching up on TV. I know that if those of us in Miami are freezing, all of you in colder areas are suffering even more.
“Parks and Recreation” premiered on NBC’s Thursday night schedule April 9, 2009, from the producers (Greg Daniels and Michael Schur) who co-created the U.S. version of “The Office,” in the same mockumentary style, with “Saturday Night Live” alum Amy Poehler playing Leslie Knope, the well-meaning midlevel bureaucrat in the parks
department of the fictional town of Pawnee, Indiana.
This Sunday night’s 71st Golden Globes Awards on NBC at 8 pm ET/5 pm PT marks the official start of Hollywood’s pat-itself-on-the-back season. Streampix is your place to do your homework, with the following 10 movies and TV series that spotlight the past work of some of this year’s Globe nominees.
We’ve examined our 10 favorite outsized personalities represented by Streampix’s movie collection. Now it’s time to do the same on the TV side.
How do you best celebrate the upcoming holiday season? Why, hunkering down in front of your flat-screen with the kind of cold weather cheer provided by Christmas episodes from some of the most popular Streampix TV series.
Rashida Jones told Jimmy Fallon that she has already filmed her final episode of “Parks and Recreation,” saying good-bye to the sitcom after a little more than five seasons. Watch …
David Letterman comically flipped Rob Lowe the bird Tuesday night on Letterman’s “Late Show” when the two got into a feigned “disagreement” about Amy Poehler. Watch …