Parks and Recreation
'Parks and Recreation' cast will be entertaining their fans through upcoming projects.Facebook/Parks and Recreation

As NBC's comedy series "Parks And Recreation" has come to an end, fans are eager to know where and when they will see their favourite stars on screen again.

Although many of the cast members, including Chris Pratt and Aubrey Plaza, became popular for their breakthrough roles in the mocumentary-style comedy series, they may not appear on TV screens in the near future.

But fans will be able to see the stars in their various upcoming projects, including Chris Pratt's "Jurrassic World" and Amy Poehler's "Inside Out".

Here is the list of "Parks And Recreation" cast's upcoming projects:

Amy Poehler: Former "Saturday Night Live" cast member will lend her voice to Disney's upcoming movie "Inside Out". Poehler will also be playing a lead role in Jason Moore's film "Sisters".

Nick Offerman: FX's comedy-crime drama "Fargo" and Disney XD's "Gravity Falls" are the upcoming projects of on-screen Ron Swanson.

Adam Scott: Fans of California-born actor can watch him on the big screen as he would appear in Scott Cooper's "Black Mass", which is scheduled to release on 18 September.

Chris Pratt: The Virginia-born actor will be portraying dinosaur researcher Owen Grady in Colin Trevorrow's upcoming movie "Jurassic World".

Aubrey Plaza: Chris Evans starrer "Playing it Cool" and John Hawkes starrer "The Driftless Area" are the upcoming films of this Delaware-born actress.

Aziz Ansari: This Columbia-born actor does not have any project scheduled for this year, but he will appear in Michael Bay's upcoming movie "Transformer 5" next year.

Retta: As of now, there are no scheduled projects for on-screen Donna Meagle in the near future. But as always fans can expect to see her live-tweeting all the popular TV shows.

Jim O'Heir: Parks And Rec's beloved Garry aka Jerry aka Larry aka Terry will be appearing in an upcoming Indie film ,"Middle Man", wherein he will be protraying the role of a "hapless comic who gets tangled in a killing spree on a roadtrip to Vegas", according to The Hollywood Reporter