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'Parks and Recreation' Season 6 Star Rashida Jones to Get HBO Show After Leaving NBC Comedy

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(Photo : REUTERS/Danny Moloshok ) Soon to be leaving NBC's popular comedy show "Parks & Recreation" Rashida Jones will star in the new HBO comedy, "Claws," set in a Floridian nail parlor.

Rahida Jones isn't leaving TV behind after all.

While she is soon to depart from "Parks and Recreation", Jones is prepping to jump right into another show, a new HBO series "Claws." 

Deadline reports that Claws, which will be produced by Jones, is a "midnight-dark workplace dramedy-noir about a nail salon in Florida and the strange, dangerous women who work there."

But does Jones' departure perhaps signal the end of the much-beloved "Parks and Recreation"?

Star Amy Poehler recently spoke about the show's future, claiming she already knows the direction it will be heading up until the producers and network decide to end it. 

The funny lady told Paper Magazine that despite the love from fans and critics, the show may not have more than a couple of seasons to go.

"To some extent, with the exception of one or two seasons, we never really know if we're coming back," Poehler said. "I know how this season ends -- it could be an ending for the show, or it could be an ending for the season. I think I know how the show ends."

The show's air time has gone through some changes this season, and according to Vulture it will move to a new time slot in the new year, at 8:30 p.m on Thursdays, after "Community". 

With multiple guest stars appearing on the show, including the likes of Heidi Klum, Kristen Bell and Tatiana Maslany, season 6 has been one of the most popular yet. 

"Parks and Recreation" season 6 airs Thursdays on NBC.

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Dec 27, 2013 05:22 PM EST

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