Mark your calendars for Dec. 3, 2015.
Your job’s a joke, you’re broke, your love life’s _____ .
Let’s see how well you know the queens of apathy.
The five roles — Are You Afraid of the Dark?, 24, Love Actually, The Girl Next Door, and Happy Endings — that helped Elisha Cuthbert prepare to star on NBC’s One Big Happy.
Haven’t you noticed that both of these characters are very similar to each other? Now is the time to test your knowledge.
“Y’know what else I love? Feuds. I love feuds.”
The new Netflix comedy, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, is a TGS reunion for Tina Fey and Jane Krakowski — but they tell BuzzFeed News that’s where the similarities end.
We all agree that Scrubs is the best show ever, but did you know that there were more than 400 songs played over nine seasons?
Amy Poehler, Adam Scott, Chris Pratt, Aubrey Plaza, Retta, Nick Offerman, Aziz Ansari, Jim O’Heir, and Parks and Recreation executive producer Mike Schur couldn’t contain their feelings during a post-finale appearance on Late Night With Seth Meyers.
Where do you fall on the Pyramid of Greatness?
The writers behind the series finale, Alan Yang and Aisha Muharrar, tweeted pictures from the show’s seven seasons, including the pilot. UPDATED: So did showrunner Mike Schur!
RIP THE BEST SHOW OF ALL TIME.
The Parks and Rec series finale is this week, and no one is emotionally prepared to leave this beloved town.
Parks and Rec co-creator Michael Schur tells BuzzFeed how those snazzy gadgets — including Gryzzl — were brought to life.
The Saturday Night Live alum, who co-wrote the “Celebrity Jeopardy” sketch, revealed on Twitter that Murphy did not want to the play the comedian, who has been faced with numerous sexual assault allegations in recent months. UPDATE: Bill Cosby thanks Eddie Murphy. “I applaud his actions.”
He’s at the top of his game in the indie movie musical The Last Five Years, but the actor tells BuzzFeed News he wouldn’t be there without the learning experience that was NBC’s musical series.
Because we can’t all be on TGS with Tracy Jordan.
BuzzFeed News obtained video of Williams’ original report from March 26, 2003, in which he describes being on an air mission with the U.S. Army.
“I have no idea what I’m doing, but I know I’m doing it really well.”
Leslie Knope’s (and Amy Poehler’s) perfume is officially made of male tears. WARNING: THIS POST IS ENTIRELY FILLED WITH SPOILERS.
The NBC Nightly News anchor came under fire last week after U.S. military personnel questioned his story that he was aboard a downed helicopter.
The embattled NBC Nightly News anchor still has his job, but if he loses it, who should step in to fill his shoes? You choose.
Let’s correlate overseas report earnings dynamics, shall we?
On Saturday, Williams emailed colleagues to inform them he would be going off the air temporarily. NBC announced the following day that Williams would be canceling a scheduled appearance for Thursday on David Letterman’s Late Show, and now another wartime anecdote from the anchor — this time involving how close he was to rocket fire in Israel — is being called into question.