AMAZING NEWS: Parks and Recreation, The Office, and Community renewed by NBC!


The best news of the year has finally hit the surface: NBC has renewed most of it’s Comedy Block!!!

That’s right, The Office, Parks and Recreation, Community, and l have been renewed for next season. Here’s what new NBC Chairman Robert Greenblatt said, “I am so pleased to renew these three outstanding comedies which are all at the top of their game creatively”

The Office, Parks and Recreation, and Community have been either steady (Office, Community) or up (Parks and Rec) versus last season. Also, now that NBC has renewed The Office, it’s now known that there will be life after Michael Scott on The Office, well, at least for another season. As NBC’s Chairman mentioned, all three shows have been at the top of their game creatively, and it’s great news for NBC’s Thursday Lineup ‘Comedy Night Done Right’ which also has the renewed 30 Rock.

It seems like freshman comedies Perfect Couples and Outsourced will be left in the dust if they don’t have a rapid rebound in the coming weeks. Perfect Couples was MIA since it’s Midseason premiere and Outsourced went down as the season progressed. NBC’s freshman shows have been struggling this season and many are doubtful that NBC will most of it’s new Dramas, including The Cape and The Event. Most of its freshman dramas have already been killed, like Chase and UnderCovers. The only freshman show that has done very will is David E. Kelley’s new law-dramedy ‘Harry’s Law’ which looks likely to be renewed.

Great news, right? I’ll have more renewal news as they come.

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