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The 'Parks and Recreation' star, who is chosen as the 2015 Woman of the Year by Hasty Pudding Theatricals, was honored with a parade and a celebratory roast on Thursday, January 29.
Elizabeth Banks, Bradley Cooper, Christopher Meloni, Amy Poehler and Paul Rudd are among those who have signed up for the revival project.
The two friends who recently hosted the 2015 Golden Globe Awards play sisters who throw a final party before their childhood home is sold.
The Golden Globe hosts also joke about Bill Cosby sexual assault allegations, George Clooney who receives Cecil B. DeMille Award and Emma Stone's big eyes.
Netflix has greenlit the project as an eight-episode limited series with the original stars, including Amy Poehler, Bradley Cooper, Paul Rudd and many others, back together.
The former 'Saturday Night Live' cast member has been named the 2015 Woman of the Year by Harvard University's Hasty Pudding Theatricals.
The Amy Poehler comedy will wrap up for good this winter with 13 episodes airing back to back.
The '30 Rock' creator and the 'Parks and Recreation' star 'expect to fall' when they're back hosting the annual event for the third time.
In addition to Poehler and Page, the 'Girls' creator is joined by Gabrielle Union, America Ferrera and more to encourage women to vote and show support to reproductive rights.
The 'Parks and Recreation' star asks the 'A Song of Ice and Fire' books writer to find out if he can remember the lines of dialogue he wrote for his characters.
The 43-year-old actress reveals that she went on a dinner date with the 51-year-old actor following her separation from her husband Will Arnett in 2012.
The 43-year-old comedian, who announced her separation from her husband of nine years in September 2012, finally addresses the split in her new memoir 'Yes Please'.
The funny lady played a game called 'It's Not Pitbull- It's Amy Poehler!' for Billy Eichner's Funny or Die segment.
Arnett has filed the documents in Los Angeles Superior Court and he wants joint legal and physical custody of their children and visitation rights.
Amy, Will Ferrell and Gene Simmons make appearance in the sneak-peek video for the new NBC sitcom starring the 'Parks and Recreation' star's brother, Greg Poehler.