Topic: parks and recreation

Why Parks And Rec‘s Season Finale Should Have Been Its Series Finale

Why Parks And Rec's Season Finale Should Have Been Its Series Finale

Last night was Parks and Recreation‘s season six finale. The show had really started to lose me this season, and I was prepared to write a post today detailing how much the quality’s gone down and why the show shouldn’t have been renewed for a seventh season. I’m still going to do that, but it turns out there’s another reason last night’s episode should have been its last. It would have worked flawlessly as a series finale. More »

12 Long-Running TV Shows To Binge Watch On Netflix Over Spring Break

12 Long-Running TV Shows To Binge Watch On Netflix Over Spring Break

If you’re lucky enough to have both a Spring Break and Netflix, and you’re not into partying or going to the beach or leaving the house in general, I have a few suggestions for you. These are twelve amazing shows that have five or more seasons available on Netflix that you can catch up on over a week’s vacay. Sure you might have to pull an all-nighter or two, but won’t it be worth it when you’re all caught up and haven’t seen sunlight for nine days? Spoiler alert: It will. More »

Watching The Parks And Rec Cast Pick Their Favorite Moments Will Remind You Why You Love The Show

Watching The Parks And Rec Cast Pick Their Favorite Moments Will Remind You Why You Love The Show

Parks and Recreation will air its 100th episode this Thursday night at 8:30 PM on NBC. In preparation for this absolutely amazing TV show milestone (seriously, all my favorite shows seem to die before they reach episode 50), NBC released a delightful video retrospective clocking in at almost 20 minutes in which the cast shares their all-time favorite moments from the show. More »

If You Like This Show On Hiatus, We Think You’ll Love This One That’s On Netflix

If You Like This Show On Hiatus, We Think You'll Love This One That's On Netflix

Falling in love is a thrill. There’s the initial attraction, the getting-to-know-you phase, the time when you get comfortable enough to wear sweatpants in front of the object of your affection. But it’s scary, too. You never know what will happen next, and you never want your love to leave you – but sometimes, you have to let it go. With TV shows, it’s the same. More »