Five years after the series finale, the cast of "Parks and Recreation" reunited Thursday night to raise money for Feeding America with a special episode.
The comedian dances around in spandex shorts and a cowboy hat to encourage his followers to #StayAtHome.
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The "Will & Grace" star got a big mention in one of President Trump's tweets today.
The "Will & Grace" star said she was doing an Instagram Live on Wednesday, when a man exposed himself while she was on air.
Animated sequel finds Chris Pratt's Emmet heading off into space to rescue his bricky besties from a new threat.
Leslie Knope, aka Amy Poehler, and her cohorts from "Parks and Recreation" definitely didn't appreciate being used in an NRA promotion.
In NBC’s Parks and Recreation, Nick Offerman rocked one of the most iconic mustaches in pop-culture history as Ron Swanson, the red-tape-hating, red-meat-loving civil servant and reluctant friend to Amy Poehler’s Leslie Knope. In case you haven’t noticed, that impressively groomed ‘stache has been MIA since the show’s teary 2015 finale, even as Offerman has become an increasingly prolific presence in TV and film. “The mustache was so utilized and well received in Parks & Recreation that it’s gonna be on the bench for a while,” Offerman told Yahoo Movies at the Los Angeles press day for his latest movie, the poignant comedic drama The Hero starring Sam Elliott as an aging movie star coming to terms with his mortality.
Exclusive first look at preview for June release starring Sam Elliott as a veteran actor emboldened by romance to think his career and personal life can be redeemed
The couple might be more traditional than you think. Mullally confessed the start of her sex life with the “Parks and Rec” star was “very well orchestrated.”
Nick Offerman glided onto the set of “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” on Wednesday and recited a poem about firewood. He sat in a chair next to a stack of firewood and delivered the poem that went with the grain of what we know of Offerman.
On Tuesday, Megan Mullally explained that she and her husband, Nick Offerman, were stuck in traffic for two hours while on tour and she "had to use the restroom."
On Tuesday’s "Conan," Chris Pratt reveals a bond he shares with "Parks and Recreation" costars Nick Offerman and Adam Scott. It involves cameras. And poop.
On Wednesday’s "Conan," Nick Offerman introduces his new book, "Good Clean Fun: Misadventures in Sawdust at Offerman Woodshop," including “a four-page homoerotic comic book about me and Chris Pratt chopping down a tree.”
Nick Offerman was a ray of sunshine during Stephen Colbert’s very somber election coverage Tuesday night when he starred in a fake commercial for Schmidt’s Yard Signs. Offerman, as Schmidt, marketed signs covering a much wider range of subjects than just political statements or telling neighbors to pick up after their dogs. Some such signs read: ‘Cantaloupe Is a Garbage Fruit’; ‘It’s Hot Out’; ‘Has Anyone Seen My Keys?’; and ‘Sheila, I’m Sorry.’
On Tuesday’s The Late Show, Nick Offerman shared his deeply held thoughts about wood. He revealed to Stephen Colbert, “The older I get, the more my intimacy with wood consumes a large part of my day.”
On Monday’s Conan, Megan Mullally talked about her and husband, Nick Offerman’s, favorite past time: putting together jigsaw puzzles. However, the fun only starts once they have finished the puzzle. The two recreate the often tacky finished puzzles with themselves in photos. They have posed as a pack of wolves on a snowy mountain top. One delightfully ugly puzzle featured two topless models, which Megan and Nick happily posed as. In another, Nick posed as a cherubic child. However, he decided to also pose for that photo topless. ...
If getting completely hypnotized by flickering flames as holiday classics play on a loop while you watch the traditional Yule log on TV isn’t your thing, there are plenty of worthy alternatives.
We’re halfway through the new season of Fargo, and I’m really surprised this superb edition of the show isn’t more of a hit, more talked-about and discussed. Here are five reasons you ought to be watching, and a preview of tonight’s episode, titled “Rhinoceros.” 1. Fargo has everything you love about good TV. Drama, comedy, action, a pleasingly intricate plot that mixes thriller action scenes and a murder mystery.
On The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Nick Offerman stopped by with a cavalcade of fatty meats he’s eating to gain weight for an upcoming role in a stage adaptation of A Confederacy of Dunces. Highlights included bratwurst, the “white sausage”; a “side salad” of Wisconsin cheese curds; a lot of single malt scotch, aka “a campfire in a glass”; and the “Flying Pig,” a creation born of a turducken being fed to a large black Kentucky pig — and then that pig magically becomes sausages. To learn more about Yahoo SuperFan, be sure to follow us on Twitter: @YahooSuperFan, Facebook, and Instagram for your daily dose of all things TV and Movies!