Fans of Pawnee, Indiana and its residents will be sad to hear that the NBC hit show Parks and Recreation will come to a close at the end of its forthcoming seventh season. It hasn't been reordered for fall but will begin again midseason.
Parenthood will also be on its last season—its sixth—and with the rearranging of their lineup, NBC has come up with "a very aggressive new schedule," Vulture reports.
The Thursday night makeover will actually begin this fall, when NBC says it will replace its 8-9 p.m. comedy block with The Biggest Loser, and then launch two new half-hours — Kate Walsh's Bad Judge and the Rashida Jones-produced rom-com A to Z — from 9 to 10 p.m.
Goodbye, Pawnee. Goodbye, Amy Poehler's beatifically shining face.