Well, here we go again. Just over two weeks from 'The Office's May 16 series finale, and once again the rumor mill has churned out a new denial of Steve Carell's appearance in the long-running NBC comedy swan song. Showrunner Greg Daniels says Michael Scott definitively won't return, but what can we learn from the first photos of 'The Office' series finale?
Last week's 'The Office' episode "Customer Loyalty" opened up a tremendous can of worms for the long-running NBC series, as after nine years the seemingly omnipresent documentary crew filming Dunder-Mifflin finally stepped out from behind the camera, involving themselves in Jim and Pam's marriage in an alarming way. Many wonder if the mysterious "Brian" will become a major thor
There's no turning back on 'The Office's final season, which will close the doors on the long-running NBC comedy this May, supposedly without original star Steve Carell. Even so, don't expect the stars of the series to be out of work for long, particularly series staple Craig Robinson. NBC has officially opted to move Craig Robinson to the lead ordering a new pilot for fall 2013, executive produce
Mindy Kaling may have left 'The Office' behind a little earlier than some of her former co-stars, but these days it seems like every 'Office' star has a future sitcom lined up once the show ends its nine-year run. The latest to set up a new gig is that of Brian Baumgarnter, best known as the often inconsistently slow accountant Kevin Malone. Greg Daniels is on board to produce at ABC, but what c
Just because 'The Office' will officially come to an end after nine seasons by the end of the year doesn't mean you won't still be seeing the Dunder-Mifflin crew on TV. No, we're not talking about 'The Farm,' 'The Mindy Project,' or even Angela Kinsey's new FOX comedy. Instead' breakout star Craig Robinson will finally get his due when 'The Office' creator Greg Daniels develops a new NBC sitcom