It already has a network, premiere date and basic premise, so all Amy Poehler's show really needs is a title, unless it's planning on sticking with: "The Untitled Greg Daniels/Mike Schur/Amy Poehler Project".
Even Poehler's own husband, Arrested Development actor Will Arnett has joked: "I will not do a guest spot on their show until they get a title. I will not do an untitled show! Sorry, that's just me, but you know, get a title, OK? Get a title! Disgusting."
Luckily, looks like we are this close to having one. The current buzz is that the title of Poehler's show is likely to be Public Service.
The show will focus on a small local government - specifically, the Parks and Recreation Department of Pawnee, Indiana. It will also be shot documentary-style like The Office. In addition to Amy Poehler, Rashida Jones (Karen from The Office) and comic Aziz Ansari are a part of the show.
"The Untitled Greg Daniels/Mike Schur/Amy Poehler Project", possibly "Public Service", is set to premiere on NBC at 8:30PM on April 9th.