Parks and Recreation was renewed on 29 January 2010 for a third season. But ‘Parks and Recreation’ was not at NBC’s big comedy premiere night with its former cohorts ‘The Office,’ ’30 Rock’ and ‘Community’ on Thursday night, 23 September 2010. In place of “Parks and Recreation”, the brand new series “Outsourced” was premiered on 23 September 2010. To ensure that people still get their weekly hit of Pawnee, Vulture is working with the Parks and Recreation crew. Without the hilarious Parks and Recreation, it feels like Jeff Winger, Liz Lemon, and Michael Scott without Leslie Knope is like John, Paul, and George without Ringo.
The writers and the cast of “Parks and Recreation” collected the photo montage shot of the favorite citizens of the fictional Pawnee town. Until the show comes back on the air, an original photo essay shot by the cast and writers will be presented by Vulture, so people can feel like all is right with Thursday. “Becoming Ron Swanson” will be title of the very first post. At the beginning of shooting each new season, it shows how, Nick Offerman is wrangled back to society. But ensure to check out the special video message from the mustachioed one him after the jump before the “show” begins!
An American comedy television series, Parks and Recreation was co-created by Greg Daniels and Michael Schur, who are part of the creative team on the NBC version of The Office. The series follows the deputy director of the Parks and Recreation department, Leslie Knope (Amy Poehler), in the fictional town of Pawnee, Indiana. To turn an abandoned construction pit into a park, Knope takes on a project with a nurse, Ann Perkins (Rashida Jones), while annoying to navigate her way through the politics of local government.
‘Parks and Recreation’ cast-mates have said actor Nick Offerman is actually a lot like his character Swanson. He eats a lot of meat, like woodworking and is an overall man’s man. You wouldn’t think it would take much for him to get into character. However, the photo montage says otherwise.