Even as NBC, 'The Office' producers and Steve Carell himself insisted time and time again that Michael Scott would have no appearance in 'The Office's May 16 series finale, color us "shocked" to hear that the former Dunder-Mifflin head might make an appearance after all. NBC isn't confirming either way, but find out how likely a final appearance from Steve Carell's Michael Scott is for 'The Office' series finale inside!
The cat is out of the bag for those who work in 'The Office' as the decade-long documentary about their lives is about to be a nine part series on PBS in their fictional universe. And with a handful of episodes left, the airing is likely how the series will close out. Going by the title of tonight's episode, this might be the last chance to see everybody have fun.
It's been three weeks since the last episode of 'The Office,' and though that episode ("The Farm") wasn't great, it did hint that the documentary about our Dunder-Miflin crew was about to be shown to the world. And with a title like "Promos" it looks like the final stretch of episodes is going to focus on what happens when the world sees theirs. Oh, and Jim and Pam's rocky marriage. That too.
'The Office's' May 16 series finale may put the entire Dunder-Mifflin crew out of work, but at least one star of the long-running NBC comedy won't be out of a job for too long. In addition to taking the lead in NBC's upcoming pilot 'Brenda Forever,' 'The Office' funnygirl Ellie Kemper has signed on to lend her voice for a role in 'American Dad's' next season on FOX, but who will Kemper be tempting this time around?
There can be no stopping 'The Office's May 16 series finale, particularly now that NBC's aborted Dwight Schrute-centric spin-off "The Farm" has come and gone. As such, series star Rainn Wilson has officially begun lining up his post-'Office' (heh) future, taking the role of an unorthodox cop in upcoming CBS drama pilot 'Backstrom.' Will Rainn Wilson's new role be enough to distinguish him from the role of Dwight Schrute? Find out all about 'Backstrom' inside!
A decade after it concluded, the original BBC version of 'The Office' remains one of the greatest television comedies of all time and Ricky Gervais' David Brent one of the most memorable comedic creations in TV history. Not even the diminishing returns of the once-wonderful American series can tarnish the original...but how about a YouTube follow-up to the original series? See for yourself below.
Science fiction often deals with alternate realities, but tonight's 'The Office' offers a glimpse into what was and what could have been. "The Farm" was meant to be a backdoor pilot for a spin-off show starring Rainn Wilson's Dwight Shrute. Previous episodes that have played up Shrute's wacky kin suggest the series would have been insufferable. Perhaps tonight will clarify if NBC was right to axe the idea.
As 'The Office' approaches its May 16 series finale, the farewell tour has already begun. One of the more interesting stops long the way of the long-running NBC comedy's final season will be that of upcoming March 14 episode 'The Farm,' originally intended as a backdoor pilot for the Dwight Schrute-centric spinoff NBC ultimately passed on, but did they make the right call? Check out a first look at 'The Farm' with a new 'The Office' clip inside!
"Identity theft is not a joke, Jim! Millions of families suffer every year!" That's true, Mr. Dwight Schrute, but it looks like it's happened to you -- however, this time it's not a trick by one Jim Halpert.
As 'The Office' continues winding down in its final run of episodes toward the May 16 finale, its documentary format coming apart at the seams, a number of famous faces both old and new will continue to make their way through the halls of Dunder-Mifflin Scranton. The latest as we've learned is none other than 'The Sopranos' alum
Christopher Michael Imperioli! Find out what might make Imperioli put the hurt on Dwight Schrute for the final 'Office' episodes inside!