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The 'Parks and Recreation' alum will play a foul-mouthed priest, with the former 'The Office' star Fischer and Megan Mullally taking other roles.
Megan Mullaly, Ben Schwartz and Billy Eichner are other stars who will reprise their roles in the last installment of the NBC comedy.
The 'Parks and Recreation' star shares a photo of himself posing with his surfboard and bleeding knee, captioning the pic, 'So sharky.'
In a new interview, the 'Parks and Recreation' star shares a story of him and his family who had to be rescued from their vacation home in Grasse, France following scary floods.
The former teen idol says in an episode of 'Oprah Prime' that Bieber 'makes really good music' and he has 'tremendous empathy' toward the Canadian singer.
The 'Parks and Recreation' alum was offered the role of McDreamy but was convinced by the CBS boss to turn it down and star on 'Dr. Vegas' instead.
Leslie throws a grand farewell party for Ann and Chris on the couple's last night in Pawnee in the episode set to air January 30.
Lowe, speaking in fake Boston accent, delivers a speech in the promo video for the TV movie set to premiere November 10.
Words are, the 'Behind the Candelabra' actor is at the negotiation table with the network to star on a potential new series.
Showrunner Mike Schur confirms Lowe and Jones will exit the show mid-season 6, promising 'a great Pawnee send-off' for them.
'Shakespeare made a career writing about the royals. The Kennedys are sort our royals... then it's like playing a character from Shakespeare,' the President Kennedy depicter in Nat Geo's movie says.
The 'West Wing' alum channels John F. Kennedy in the photo, recreating the U.S. 35th president's famous official portrait.
After Ang Lee, Shane Black and Nicolas Winding Refn are reportedly considered for the helming gig, the 'Skyfall' director now surfaces as the frontrunner.
The 'Parks and Recreation' actor and the 'Once Upon a Time' star are cast in the National Geographic movie about President John F. Kennedy's last days.
The 'Jaws' producer, who died of heart attack, is remembered by Spielberg as his teacher and someone who 'fought tooth and nail for his directors.'