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NBC Is Reportedly Working On A Reboot Of ‘The Office’


It was only a matter of time until the Hollywood reboot pestilence finally reached The Office. It was only a matter of time until something good came back way to fast…


Okay, we’ll admit, this one has us a little excited.

Yes, reboots are a symptom of an altogether miss of creativity in Hollywood, but The Office is one of the funniest and many quotable shows of the past decade, so we’d be fibbing if we told you we weren’t at slightest extraordinary about what NBC is planning.


According to Variety, NBC is in early talks to revive The Office, the hit comedy that ran from 2005-2013.  At this time, the only sum famous about the plan are that the series’ strange star Steve Carell would not be returning as Michael Scott, however, the show would “continue the misadventures of the officemates at the Dunder-Mifflin paper company in Scranton, Pennsylvania.”

via Variety:

An NBC orator declined to comment. TVLine first reported news of a probable revival.

Executive constructed by Greg Daniels, the strange NBC series “The Office,” formed on the British show of the same name, ran from 2005 to 2013. It starred Steve Carell, Rainn Wilson, John Krasinski, Jenna Fischer, Craig Robinson, Mindy Kaling, and B.J. Novak among others. It perceived a sum of 42 Emmy nominations during its run, winning five.

Furthermore, rumors have it that the hunt for a new Dunder Mifflin Regional is already underway.

The Office initially featured Steve Carell, Rainn Wilson, John Krasinski, Jenna Fischer and B. J. Novak as the categorical expel but underwent countless changes to its ensemble cast during its award-winning eight-year run.

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