Start saying goodbye to the crew from Pawnee, Indiana.
NBC got the jump on the other networks this morning by being the first to announce its 2014-2015 fall lineup which includes the final seasons of sitcoms Parks and Recreation and Parenthood.
Or as the overconfident mid-level city official Tom Haverford would put it:
Of course it could have been worse. Parks and Rec could have been canceled like Community, which isn't even getting a proper goodbye season. The end of Parks and Rec and Parenthood is basically the end for NBC's long-running Thursday night comedy block, once the legendary "must see TV" home of the Seinfeld-Friends powerhouse.
The network plans to move its breakout success The Blacklist to Thursdays at 9 p.m.
Other notable items in NBC's announcement:
- DC Comics-based series Constantine will premiere in the fall, airing Fridays at 10 p.m. after Grimm
- David Duchovny (Californication) stars in the Charles Manson drama Aquarius, which will premiere midseason, though it doesn't have a time slot yet.
-Heroes Reborn, a single-season revival of the now-defunct superhero series Heroes, will premiere midseason
-Katherine Heigl will return to prime time in the thriller State of Affairs, which will get the post-The Voice slot on Mondays.
-The new sitcom by the creator of Happy Endings titled Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, starring Ellie Kemper from The Office (she played Erin) will premiere, and air Tuesdays after The Voice.