Just in case you have been waiting for it for some time, we now have some great news pertaining to “The Office” — the return of a fan favorite for at least one more episode.
According to a new report from TVLine, Mike Schur, who is better known as the showrunner for anoher NBC hit in “Parks and Recreation,” is going to reprise his role as Dwight Shrute’s cousin Mose during an episode that is meant to set up the long-awaited spin-off series entitled “The Farm.” Hopefully, this episode will provide some sort of closure for this character, mostly because we do not really expect Schur to be a regular part of the show if it ends up getting picked up to series. The producer had no intentions of being a regular when he fist appeared as the character, and at that time the spin-off was not planned — as a matter of fact, Schur went as far as to say that he “hates” playing the character because he is not an actor, and the whole idea of being in front of a camera just really feels uncomfortable to him. (Plus, who would want to have that beard on all of the time?)
If the spin-off series is met with some favorable reviews, it’s likely that we will not see the show launch for at least several more months — a spring launch is possible, butt we see it as more probably that it would come on in the fall after “The Office” closes its doors for good.
If Mose is written out of the show for whatever reason, how would you want to see him leave? We want to hear some of your thoughts below! If you want to check out some more casting news for the spin-off show, be sure to pay a visit over to the link here.