‘Parks And Recreation’ Season 6 Halloween Episode Postponed For Three Weeks: Find Out Why NBC Made This Decision
By Staff Writer | October 21, 2013 03:39 PM EDT
"Parks and Recreation" season 6 Halloween episode will be postponed on NBC for three weeks. Find out why this "Parks and Recreation" episode is being pushed back.
"Parks And Recreation" season 6 is leaving NBC's schedule for three weeks, but it will return, The Huffington Post reports. NBC announced a big scheduling shift that starts this Thursday, October 24.
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In the place of "Parks and Recreation" on Thursday, NBC will air an episode of "The Voice" starting at 8 p.m. ET.
Then next Thursday, "Parks And Recreation" will again get bumped for a "Saturday Night Live" Halloween special.
And on Thursday, Nov. 7, a live episode of "The Voice" will air at 8 p.m. ET, The Huffington Post reports.
According to TVLine, NBC will air back-to-back episodes of "Parks And Recreation" on Thursday, Nov. 14 and 21.
This shake-up will be really frustrating for "Parks and Rec" fans, who won't be able to watch the Halloween episode of season 6 until November 14, which is a little awkward.
Fortunately, this shift of schedule seems to be more about giving the network better ratings, rather than a dig at "Parks and Rec," CarterMatt.com reports.
Last week, NBC canceled "Welcome to the Family," which aired after "Parks" at 8:30 p.m. ET, The Huffington Post reports, following falling ratings.
The shift also means that the next three episodes of "Parks and Recreation," including the return of "Orphan Black's" Tatiana Maslany as Tom's love interest, are a long way off.
Stay patient, "Parks and Rec" fans.
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