The Office, Parks & Rec and Up All Night have all been officially renewed. The article doesn't mention if this will be P&R's final season or not, but it does confirm a shortened season.
NBC renews 'The Office,' 'Parks & Recreation,' more
by James Hibberd
Three more NBC comedies are returning next season: The Office, Parks & Recreation and Up All Night have all been renewed.
The Office has endured serious downsizing this season. Despite continuing to rank as NBC’s top-rated scripted show, its ratings have dropped precariously and longtime showrunner Paul Lieberstein is exiting to focus on the show’s planned spinoff. Co-star James Spader is leaving at the end of the season, and Mindy Kaling is exiting to focus on her new Fox comedy, which received a series order last night.
Still, regulars Jenna Fischer, John Krasinski and Ed Helms are all expected to return, having reached new deals with the network. The Office remains NBC’s tentpole comedy on Thursday nights (averaging 6.4 million viewers and a 3.4 adult demo rating) and any spinoff will be easier to launch while fans of the flagship are still tuning into the network.
Parks & Recreation (averaging 4.4 million viewers and a 2.2 rating) is really modestly rated, but has passionate fans and plenty of critical praise. NBC figures it’s worth at least another half season to maintain some schedule consistency. Parks, like Community and 30 Rock, have shortened 13-episode orders.