With successful comedy comebacks like Roseanne and Will and Grace, could "Parks and Rec" have a similar future? Former producer and star Amy Poehler (who played Leslie Knope) and co-star Nick Offerman (who played Ron Swanson) definitely appear interested. While on the set of "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" to promote their new crafting competition series "Making It," Ellen asked the question that Pawnee fans all share: will there be new episodes of "Parks and Rec?" The show ended in 2015 after seven seasons, but could there be more to the binge-worthy show?

Talking revival on 'Ellen'

“I’ll speak for everybody and say we would all do it,” Amy Poehler said in response to the host’s question about a show revival. “I think we would all do it someday. It would be amazing.” Offerman joked that he would be on board if Beyonce would play the mayor. Poehler added on to the joke by stating that Oprah Winfrey would be another great option for mayor.

'Parks and Rec' co-stars now

Even though it is fun to entertain the idea of Pawnee soon coming back to our screens, it might not be in the cards anytime soon. Rashida Jones, Rob Lowe, Aziz Ansari, Aubrey Plaza, Chris Pratt, Jim O’Heir, Retta, and Adam Scott were all co-stars on the show. Many of these stars are currently taking on many projects, including acting in hit movies and even producing their own shows.

For example, Chris Pratt stars in “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom” and several Marvel movies while Aziz Ansari has his own Emmy-award winning show, Netflix’s "Masters of None."

It is clear that the "Parks and Rec" cast loved to work together. On Tuesday, a fan tweeted at Chris Pratt asking him what role brought him the most joy.

His response? “Pure joy? Andy Dwyer. Loved everything about it… Miss my Parks and Rec crew.” Offerman, Lowe, Retta, Jim O’Heir and Adam Scott all agreed. O’Heir, who is known as Jerry, tweeted "Working on @parksandrecnbc was the best experience EVER. The cast, crew and producers made it the best place to work and play. Forever grateful and blessed to have been a part of it.”

Some think that Chris Pratt may now be too famous to go back to the role of Andy, but it is clear that he loved the experience.

In an interview in December 2016, Pratt said “I would never rule it out… because of the nature of the show kind of mimicking time, I definitely wouldn’t rule out seeing it again; seeing us get back together for something, for a movie or for another season down the line. Possible spin-offs or whatever.”

Will we be able to see more of Mouse Rat, Pawnee, and Leslie Knope? For now, fans can only keep hoping.

"Making It" premieres July 31 on NBC.