In sad news, Harris Wittels, co-executive producer of Parks and Recreation, was found dead in his home yesterday from a possible drug overdose. Harris, who was 30 years old, also wrote and acted on some episodes of the show. You might...Show More Summary
"Parks and Recreation" co-executive producer Harris Wittels is dead at age 30. Wittels' death comes less than a week before the "Parks and Rec" series finale. Amy Poehler pays tribute to her colleague at a charity event.
The timing could not have been worse for Amy Poehler last night. A few hours after Harris Wittels was found dead in his apartment of a suspected drug overdose, the actress was honored with the Unity Award at Variety’s second annual unite4humanity...Show More Summary
Amy Poehler strikes a pose as she makes her way inside the 2015 Annual unite4:humanity event at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Thursday evening (February 19) in Beverly Hills, Calif. The 43-year-old actress received that Unity Award for her work with Worldwide Orphans, while Aaron Paul and his wife Lauren Parsekian were honored with the [...]
Amy Poehler has been publicly lobbying Bill Murray to play the mayor of Pawnee since 2011, and in last night's penultimate episode of Parks and Rec, she finally got her wish. There was just one problem: The mayor was dead, so Murray got his big Parks and Rec introduction lying in state... More »
Old Navy spokeswoman Julia Louis-Dreyfus, who took over for Amy Poehler in December, promotes the brand’s line of “boyfriend jeans” in a new spot kicking off a spring campaign from lead agency Chandelier. The spot casts the Veep star...Show More Summary
In the stretch toward its final episode, "Parks and Recreation" is pulling out all the stops. On Tuesday night, that meant a little old guest appearance by Bill Murray. Yes, BILL MURRAY was on "Parks and Recreation." The actor appeared...Show More Summary
As "Parks and Recreation" fans mourn the end of an era, it seems the cast may be struggling most of all in coming to terms with the final episodes. The show's Amy Poehler, Nick Offerman, Adam Scott, Chris Pratt, Aziz Ansari, and Jim O'Heir (yes, even Jerry) are as close in real life as the fictional government employees they play. Show More Summary
Note to the Center For Disease Control and Prevention – Bring Eddie Murphy back to the stage in Studio 8H, put Sarah Palin, John Goodman Jerry Seinfeld and more in a comedy superstar packed room with Tina Fey, Amy Poehler and Jane Curtin on the Weekend Update anchor desk and you will leave the zombie apocalypse in the dust. Show More Summary
"What are they going to do, fire us? We don't work here anymore."
If you watched the Golden Globes last month, you might remember co-host Amy Poehler joking that Wes Anderson, a filmmaker known for his meticulous, fanciful style, had arrived at the ceremony on "a bike made of antique tuba parts." The camera caught Anderson not looking particularly pleased,...
It wouldn’t be “Saturday Night Live” without “Weekend Update" — and it wouldn’t be a fitting anniversary without Tina and Amy.
Because three female Update hosts are better than one.
Leave it to the Tina Fey, Amy Poehler and Jane Curtin to completely own the Saturday Night Live 40th anniversary special The duo reclaimed their Weekend Update hosting gigs — they anchored together from 2004 to 2006 — in a very metaShow More Summary
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler reunited behind the Weekend Update desk for the em>Saturday Night Live 40th Anniversary Celebration held at Rockefeller Plaza on Sunday (February 15) in New York City. The two ladies were joined by another former SNL star and frequent Weekend Update guest Jane Curtin. VIDEOS: Check out the everything from SNL [...]
The ladies of "Weekend Update" reunited on the 40th anniversary of "Saturday Night Live" when Tina Fey, Amy Poehler and Jane Curtin took back the desk and hosted a slew of celebrity tributes to beloved characters. After cracking jokes...Show More Summary
Tina Fey, Amy Poehler, and Jane Curtin united at the Weekend Update desk to let some celebrities do impressions of their favorite SNL characters? Sure! Why not. We have Emma Stone as Gilda Radner's Roseanne Roseannadanna, Edward Norton as Bill Hader's Stefon, and the most wonderful Matt Foley tribute by... More »
An all-star, all-female lineup of Weekend Update anchors brought the house down midway through SNL's 40th anniversary special tonight with Tina Fey, Amy Poehler and Jane Curtin trading jokes about the show's history.
Female comedy heroes Tina Fey, Amy Poehler, and Kristen Wiig walk the red carpet at the SNL 40th Anniversary Celebration at Rockefeller Plaza on Sunday (February 15) in New York City. They were joined by fellow legendary comedians Ana Gasteyer, Rachel Dratch, and Maya Rudolph for the huge, star-studded celebration. Be sure to tune into [...]
Dear Amy Poehler, Unfortunately, I'm writing with some bad news. I'm breaking up with you. I know some might consider it bad form to break up with you right before Valentine's Day, but I have too much respect for you to fake it. Plus, I promised at the beginning of our pretend relationship four days ago, that I would always keep it real. Show More Summary