Arriving just in time for Galentine's Day, it's one of the best sitcoms known to humans.

The entire seven seasons of 'Parks and Recreation' will be landing on Netflix this February just so you can treat yo' self to a re-watch of Leslie Knope giving Ann Perkins the highest of compliments any best friend could ever give ("Ann, you rainbow-infused space unicorn").

If the series is something that you missed previously, then its time to get excited. The comedy series, which stars Amy Poehler, Chris Pratt and Rashida Jones, follows the inner workings of the Parks Department in City Hall in a town called Pawnee, Indiana (whose town slogan is "First in Friendship, Ninth in Obesity").

The arrival of 'Parks and Recreation' on Netflix comes after a load of classic comedy shows were recently added to the streaming service.

Most recently, 'The US Office' was added to its arsenal, as well as 'Sister, Sister' and 'Moesha'. 'Seinfeld' is also due to land on Netflix at some point in the coming months.

Subscribers of Amazon Prime have been able to enjoy the series already, but this will be its first time becoming available on Netflix.

Here's a classic example of just why the series deserves another return to your television screens this year. Tom Haverford (Aziz Ansari) and Donna Meagle (Retta) and their three-word mantra one day a year - "treat yo' self".

'Parks and Recreation' will begin streaming on Netflix from February 1.