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'Parks and Recreation' to Adjust to Amy Poehler's Pregnancy

March 18, 2010 (4:03 am) GMT
NBC's rep said the crew will not take the normal summer hiatus so that they could bank in some episodes before the lead actress goes on labor in late summer.
'Parks and Recreation' to Adjust to Amy Poehler's Pregnancy

Since the news of 's second pregnancy has come out, the fear of how it may affect "" production has also surfaced. Indeed, NBC is to make some adjustments to the comedy series to accommodate the pregnancy which will be due in late summer.

Producers want to make sure that "Parks and Recreation" will return as scheduled in late September or early October for the third season. Thus, one way to achieve that is by starting the production earlier and skipping the summer hiatus. "We'll continue in production of season three as soon as production of season two concludes," a rep for producer Universal Media Studios told TheWrap.

Amy Poehler is married to from "Arrested Development" fame. Their first child Archibald William Emerson Arnett was born in October 2008 just a few hours before she was due to appear on "".

Meanwhile, Arnett is also busy with his new TV project, a pilot for FOX titled "Wilde Kingdom". Beside starring in it, Arnett also serves as the co-writer with "Arrested" showrunner Mitch Horowitz. has been tapped to star in the comedy.

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