If you’ve been following along in the press as of late, then you may already be familiar with the fact that The Office season 10 could be a reality on NBC — after all, they are talking about reviving the series!
While we know there’s been talk of an Office revival, that doesn’t mean that John Krasinski has been asked to bring back Jim Halpert — shockingly.
If there’s a chance for The Office season 10 to happen on NBC, Jenna Fischer is open to playing Pam on another occasion.
While The Office revival is still not officially heading to TNT, we’re starting to get all the more insight that it’s something that could happen. We’re not sure many people out there are sold on the idea of bringing it back with a whole lot of new cast members, but you can’t rule it out based on that alone.
We’ve quietly hoped to see it happen, and now we’re getting closer to The Office revival being reality.
For anyone wondering if a revival for The Office at NBC could ever happen, here’s your answer: They’re thinking about it. The problem is that it seems like an almost-impossible thing to pull off. Even with Will & Grace coming back, can you really keep tapping into that mine and hope you find gold again? Before we get any […]
Earlier this year, Steve Carell did a magnificent job trolling most of the internet by “announcing” on social media that “The Office” was going to be coming back on NBC. Moments later, however, he claimed that it was a mistake and he was actually talking about “Will & Grace.” For a brief matter of seconds, […]
Steve Carell is not frequently active on social media, but when he is, clearly the man goes hardcore. In a post on Twitter earlier today, the actor proclaimed that “The Office” had been revived by NBC … only before later saying that it was a typo and that it was actually “Will & Grace” that […]
“The Office” was a brilliant piece of TV history in so many ways. There were few other shows out there that played around with the form quite like it did, and it took so many bold risks that other shows are still trying to catch up on. Take, for example, it breaking the fourth wall […]