NBC Renews Parks and Recreation, Up All Night, Whitney

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Breaking news, Parks and Recreation fans: we'll get to see what Leslie Knope will be like in office.

NBC just announced a 22-episode fifth season renewal for what many consider to be the funniest show on television. It joins fellow Thursday comedies 30 Rock and Community in receiving a pick-up, while the same news is all but guaranteed for The Office, considering recent new deals signed by Ed Helms, John Krasinski and Jenna Fischer.

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NBC will present its official, full 2012-2013 schedule to press members and advertisers on Monday. It's already placed orders for a number of new programs, however, and you can get your first look at them in our new show gallery.

UPDATE: Add Up All Night and Whitney (no, really, Whitney) to the list of renewals. Each is expected to air 13 episodes.

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If Whitney can go another 13 episodes, why couldn't Heroes have had a few more episodes, or at least a 2 - hour TV movie to wrap things up? I guess Whitney probably has a low production cost, but you get what you pay for.

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Is a billionaire paying to keep Whitney on the air???

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Glad parks got the full 22 but community should have as well instead of just 13, heres hoping for an extension and I will miss awake that was such a good show but people are too busy watching crap like taahm to appreciate the good shows.

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Seriously Whitney, how in god's name did that happen?? Really?? That show sucks, wow!