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Amy Poehler Is Down For A 'Parks & Rec' Revival—On One Very Specific Condition

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It's only been three years since NBC's beloved comedy Parks and Recreation aired its final episode on February 24, 2015, after seven hilarious seasons. Fans haven't recovered from the void left when the show's memorable characters said goodbye to the fictional town of Pawnee, Indiana.

But with so many beloved shows of yesteryear returning to television like Will & Grace and Roseanne, there's a slight chance that Parks and Recreation could find its way back on primetime, but it would be contingent upon one request.




SNL alum Amy Poehler, along with her Parks co-host Nick Offerman, appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show and teased audiences saying they'd be down for a reboot.

I'll speak for everybody and say we would all do it. I think we would all do it someday. It would be amazing.

Offerman, who's married to Megan Mullaly of Will & Grace, agreed he's game as well, but under one fabulous condition.

We said that if Beyoncé would play the mayor, we'll bring the show back. This is Beyoncé Knowles, the singer, the entertainer.


Fans of the show are already on board, even though it wasn't officially given the greenlight.









Even if the Parks cast want to reunite for a reboot, rounding up the troops could be a scheduling challenge.

Rashida Jones is currently the star of her own show on TBS's Angie Tribeca, and also serves as an executive producer on TNT's Claws.

Aubrey Plaza is starring in FX's Legion for its second season, and it's still early to predict if the show would be renewed for a third season.

Chris Pratt has been a mega blockbuster action star in films like Guardians of the Galaxy and will return to the big screen in the upcoming Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.

Who knows? It could be a matter of time. After all, it did take Will & Grace 11 years to return for more laughs on NBC. However long it takes, we'll be ready to reunite with our quirky friends back in Pawnee, Indiana.



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