"Brooklyn Nine-Nine" (Photo: FOX)

Fall TV Preview: 5 Things to Know About ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’

There are dozens of television shows about cops and dozens of comedies. But, since the end of the much-missed “Reno 911!”, there has not been a police comedy. Fortunately, “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” has come along to fill the void and premieres Tuesday, Sept. 17 at 8:30/7:30c on FOX. [xfinity-record-button id=”5265505461484962112″ program_type=”series”] The show about a precinct […]

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Amy Poehler as Leslie Knope on Parks & Recreation (Photo by: Tyler Golden/NBC)

‘Parks and Recreation’ Boss Promises Satisfying Election-Themed Finale

During a year when a lot of comedies were inconsistent, “Parks and Recreation” kept humming along, giving viewers a consistently funny fourth season that centered on parks department deputy Leslie Knope (Amy Poehler) and her run for Pawnee city council. Along the way, though, viewers have seen growth and change from the entire cast, with […]

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‘Parks and Rec’: A Romance Rekindled, But Will It Sink Leslie?

“Parks and Recreation” is becoming NBC’s version of “Modern Family”: It’s often hilarious, giving us quotable moments of pure pleasure, but it’s also one of the more consistently funny shows on TV from week to week. Like “Family,” a “bad” episode of “Parks” is usually still pretty good.  Last night’s episdoe was one of the […]

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‘Parks & Recreation’, Despite Being Pushed Back, Wraps Up A Funny Season

Despite NBC’s late night situation last winter, ‘Parks & Recreation‘ helped keep the network’s Thursday nights filled with laughter. In addition to Amy Poehler, the sitcom helped launch co-star Aziz Ansari into comedy orbit. The big news: To get around Poehler’s pregnancy, the show has already taped a half dozen episodes for next season, but […]

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