`Parks and Recreation` to be axed after next season?
London: `Parks and Recreation` might end after the next season, according to executive producer Michael Schur.
Schur, 38, feels that the next season will be the right time to wrap up the comedy series, reportedly.
"It`s fairly likely that next year will be the last. The natural rhythm of the show and the big creative jump we take at the end of this season certainly suggests that we`re moving in that direction," Schur said.
In the recently finished sixth season, a three-year flash forward was shown in the finale. In the one-hour episode aired, Amy Poehler`s Leslie Knope takes the job in the National Parks office, which has been moved from Chicago to Pawnee, and has 3-year-old triplets with Ben.
Sharing his plans for the possible final season, Schur said the upcoming installment will fill the gap in between the three-year period.
"The majority of the season is going to take place in that time period, and that is allowing for certainly the possibility of episodes that fill in certain gaps that go back in time a little bit," he said.
NBC has renewed the show for a seventh season that is expected to premiere in the fall.