Last updated February 27, 2020
As she continues fighting to make a difference in her hometown, ambitious but woefully inept bureaucrat Leslie inadvertently leaps from one painfully awkward situation to another in this sidesplitting sitcom about government inefficiency.
Details about Parks and Recreation: Season 3
Small-city government gets more skewering in Season 4 of this droll sitcom, which finds overenthusiastic civil servant Leslie Knope leading the charge to improve her town of Pawnee, Ind., much to the chagrin of her apathetic colleagues.
Details about Parks and Recreation: Season 4
Ambitious Pawnee, Ind., bureaucrat Leslie Knope takes on her cynical boss, cranky residents and others to improve her beloved city. But behind Leslie's dedication to civil service is a desire to propel herself onto the national political stage.
Details about Parks and Recreation: Season 2
Amy Poehler stars as Leslie Knope, a dyed-in-the-wool dreamer who's devoted her life to public service. The cast also includes Rashida Jones as a nurse who gets Leslie motivated with an idea to turn a city eyesore into a family-friendly public park.
Details about Parks and Recreation: Season 1
As a new member of the city council, Leslie Knope continues to serve the town she loves: Pawnee, Ind. Meanwhile, she and her boyfriend and former campaign manager Ben deal with the challenges of a long-distance relationship.
Details about Parks and Recreation: Season 5
This droll comedy focuses on Leslie Knope, a public employee with the Parks and Recreation department in rural Pawnee, Ind. Although Leslie is full of energy and good ideas for community improvements, she finds herself bogged down by bureaucracy.
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Watch the likes of Tracy Morgan, Will Ferrell and Darrell Hammond in sketches and skits that are more modern and fresh as "SNL" sees a new millennium. Meanwhile, Jimmy Fallon and head writer Tina Fey anchor "Weekend Update."
Details about Saturday Night Live: The 2000s
It's another year of zany sketches and belly laughs. The 34th season of "Saturday Night Live" kicks off with Olympic swimming gold medalist Michael Phelps as host and Tina Fey appearing as Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin. Guest hosts include former "SNL" cast members Steve Martin, Tracy Morgan and Will Ferrell, pop star Justin Timberlake (who does another pretaped digital short with Andy Samberg) and actress Anne Hathaway.
Details about Saturday Night Live: Season 34
It's nonstop laughs in this 33rd season of "SNL," which kicks off with NBA hoopster LeBron James as host and closes in May 2008 with host Steve Carell of "The Office." Other guests include Seth Rogen, former "SNL" cast member Tina Fey, Ellen Page, Ashton Kutcher, Jonah Hill and the ever-present Christopher Walken. A notably shorter season, "SNL" aired only 12 episodes due to the Writers Guild of America strike.
Details about Saturday Night Live: Season 33
The 30th season of this long-running sketch-comedy series serves up a delightful dose of political satire with parodies of the 2004 presidential election contest between then-President George W. Bush and challenger John Kerry. This year, the revolving cast includes Fred Armisen, Will Forte, Rachel Dratch and Amy Poehler, who joins head writer Tina Fey at the "Weekend Update" desk. Guest hosts include Robert De Niro, Queen Latifah and Jude Law.
Details about Saturday Night Live: Season 30
The 32nd season of "Saturday Night Live" features more hilarity and originality with guest hosts like pop star Justin Timberlake, who raps in a pretaped digital short with "SNL" cast member Andy Samberg about the perfect holiday gift. Other hosts include "Entourage" star Jeremy Piven, footballer Peyton Manning, and former cast member Molly Shannon, who stars in a sketch where she auditions to be a stripper at "The Soprano's" Bada Bing.
Details about Saturday Night Live: Season 32
Get your weekly dose of funny with these episodes from the live comedy show's 29th season, which finds Tina Fey, Will Forte, Amy Poehler and the rest of the cast lampooning Harry Potter, politics, reality television and more. Other highlights include installments of Robert Smigel's recurring "TV Funhouse" cartoons. Elijah Wood, Jennifer Aniston, Justin Timberlake and Snoop Dogg are among this year's guest hosts.
Details about Saturday Night Live: Season 29
Finesse Mitchell, Kenan Thompson, Bill Hader and Andy Samberg, who debuts his "Lazy Sunday" rap sketch with Chris Parnell, join the cast of "SNL" for its 31st season. Guest hosts include funnyman Dane Cook and cyclist Lance Armstrong. Other notables are Tom Hanks, Jason Lee and Natalie Portman, who raps about her life (the pretaped skit became an Internet sensation) alongside "SNL" cast members Samberg, Parnell and Seth Meyers.
Details about Saturday Night Live: Season 31
With an election year looming, the venerable late-night sketch comedy series takes plenty of jabs at the political scene, even including a pair of party heavyweights -- John McCain and Al Gore -- as hosts. Audience favorite Christopher Walken, Bernie Mack and "SNL" alum Dan Aykroyd are among the other celebrity hosts to join a regular cast of players that includes Tina Fey, Jimmy Fallon and Tracy Morgan (in his final season).
Details about Saturday Night Live: Season 28
In the 27th season of America's favorite late-night comedy sketch show, talented newcomers Amy Poehler and Seth Meyers join an already strong cast that includes Will Ferrell, Tina Fey, Jimmy Fallon and Maya Rudolph. Highlights this year -- broadcast in the grim aftermath of Sept. 11 -- include Ferrell's over-the-top funny "Patriotic Shorts" skit. Reese Witherspoon, Ian McKellen, Drew Barrymore and Derek Jeter are among the guest hosts.
Details about Saturday Night Live: Season 27
Guest hosts this season include irrepressible ex-"SNL"-er Amy Poehler, third-time host Jon Hamm, Bryan Cranston ("Breaking Bad"), Chicago improv actors Vanessa Bayer and Paul Brittain, and impressions-master Jay Pharoah.
Details about Saturday Night Live: Season 36
Narrated by "SNL" alum Will Ferrell, this collection of memorable ad spots includes the classics "Trump's House of Wings," "Bassomatic," "Taco Town," "Happy Fun Ball," "Schmitt's Gay," "Little Chocolate Donuts," "Colon Blow" and "Love Toilet."
Details about Saturday Night Live: The Best of Commercial Parodies
"SNL" goes prime time with a special installment of "Weekend Update" featuring co-hosts Amy Poehler and Seth Meyers. Nobody is spared as the duo skewer the candidates and pundits leading to the 2008 presidential election.
Details about Saturday Night Live: Weekend Update Thursday
"SNL" goes prime time with a special installment of "Weekend Update" featuring co-hosts Amy Poehler and Seth Meyers. The extended edition features commentary surrounding the 2008 presidential election. No aspect is spared as the duo skewer current events, news, politics, pundits, campaigns, debates and the rest of all the action leading up to one of the most talked-about campaigns in American history.
Details about Saturday Night Live: Weekend Update Thursday
It's the end of summer, and everyone at Camp Firewood wants a final shot at some action. Lovelorn Coop tries to get the attention of a fellow counselor, while camp director Beth has a crush of her own in this spoof on 1980s summer-camp camp.
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Fresh off a top-secret training with the Sisters of the Hood, feisty heroine Little Red teams up with intrepid reporter Wolf to investigate the disappearance of Hansel and Gretel in this animated adventure.
Details about Hoodwinked Too! Hood vs. Evil
In anticipation of the 2008 presidential election, "SNL" aired this roundup of skits spoofing politicos old and new, featuring nuanced impressions from Dan Aykroyd's Pres. Richard Nixon to Tina Fey's uncanny Gov. Sarah Palin.
Details about Saturday Night Live: Presidential Bash 2008
Big Bird, Elmo and the rest of the Sesame Street gang are back in these episodes from the beloved television show's 41st season, which features an emphasis on channeling kids' natural curiosity into age-appropriate forms of scientific inquiry. This season also includes segments starring furry blue goofball Super Grover, who asks young viewers to help him solve problems by applying scientific principles such as observation and investigation.
Details about Sesame Street: Selections from Season 41
Mascot designer Martin Flam (Ian Roberts) is down in the dumps, tired of his isolated existence and unsatisfying job. But when he fails even at killing himself, he turns to therapy as a last resort for a second chance. Unfortunately for him, his doctor, Eric Orloff (Matt Walsh), appears to be unhinged himself, only Martin doesn't know this yet. In the end, however, a little insanity may be the perfect ticket out of Lonelyville.
Details about Martin & Orloff
When her uptight mom won't permit her to get down, spoiled rich girl Cocolonia joins hunky Funky Bunch and his crew of street dancers in this musical comedy. When others try to stop them from shaking their stuff, the gang has an epic dance showdown.
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