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"Trial & Error" Is The New Comedy "Parks & Rec" Fans Have Been Waiting For

Go ahead and treat yo'self!

Buckle up, P&R fans, because we've got some news for you: NBC is premiering a new comedy called Trial & Error, and you're gonna like it a LOT.

Check out this trailer for the new series:

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The show takes place in a small rural town in South Carolina that could easily be the sister city of Pawnee, Indiana.

"But do they have a Rent-A-Swag in East Peck?" —Someone asking the important questions

It follows an awesomely funny lead character, Josh, who will probably remind you of some of your favorite Pawneeans.

He's a little bit Ben, a little bit Leslie, and a lotta bit hilarious.

It's also shot in that familiar P&R mockumentary style that you know and love.

*subtle disappointed glance to camera*

Josh is a lawyer who works in a quirky office...

If you don't have a Ron, a grizzly bear is the next best thing.

...with an equally quirky team of co-workers.

All of these people would fit in perfectly at the Parks Department, tbh.

He also faces off against small-town bureaucratic enemies that you'll loathe (but also kinda love because they're really funny).

Sound familiar?

The show's clever humor will conjure the taste of Paunch Burger in your mouth.

One Mega Luxus Sugar Lard Bomb, please!

It also features Dwyer-esque levels of physical comedy to keep you in stitches...

Andy would fit in perfectly in East Peck.

...and if you're missing your weekly dose of Champion, you're in luck! Trial & Error has its own adorable pupper named Shakespeare!

Having all four legs doesn't make him any less adorable!

Oh yeah, and did we mention the show stars JOHN #$&@%! LITHGOW?!!!!


So grab some waffles and put your Cones of Dunshire board aside, because Trial & Error is about to be your new favorite comedy series!

You will regret nothing. The end.

All images provided courtesy of NBC.

Don't miss the premiere of Trial & Error on Tuesday, March 14, at 10/9c on NBC.