Nick Offerman Opened Up About Why He Doesn’t Think A \

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Nick Offerman, who played the iconic Ron Swanson in Parks and Recreation, has revealed he thinks a reboot of the show is unlikely to ever happen.
Speaking to People, Nick, who played Ron throughout the sitcom’s six-year run, explained that the show’s finale was specifically designed to wrap up all its lose ends, making it difficult to revive.
“The thing is, Mike Schur – who was the main creator and the main writer – ended it in a very specific way,” Nick explained.

But despite Nick’s doubts that a reunion would work, many of the cast – including Amy Poehler and Chris Pratt – have said over the years they’d be down for a reboot if schedules aligned and there was public appetite for it.

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During a 2018 interview on The Ellen Show, Amy said she’d be happy to do a reunion “any time”.

“Oh my god, I’ll speak for everybody and say we would all do it. I think we’d all do it someday. It would be amazing. It would be a dream,” she said.

And, even if we don’t ever get an official reunion on screen, at least the cast are still supplying us with proof of wholesome off-screen get-togethers like this one between Amy Poehler, Kathryn Hahn, and Rashida Jones on Galentine’s Day last month.