Thursday 21:00 on NBC
9 Seasons, 211 Episodes

Genre: Musical / Drama / Comedy


A fresh and funny mockumentary-style glimpse into the daily interactions of the eccentric workers at the Dunder Mifflin paper supply company. This fast-paced comedy parodies contemporary American water-cooler culture.
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The Office: Special: Threat Level Midnight | TVBuzer

Aired: December 10,2019

After secret agent Michael Scarn (played by Scott) is forced into retirement due to the death of his wife Catherine Zeta-Scarn, the President of the United States of America (played by Darryl Philbin) requests that he prevent Goldenface (played by Jim Halpert) from blowing up the NHL All-Star Game and killing several hostages. Scarn goes undercover... more



Series Finale A Perfect Goodbye to Dunder Mifflin

After nine seasons and more than 200 episodes, the U.S. version of The Office came to an end Thursday night with a 75-minute series finale. The Office series finale offered everything you could hope for. There were updates on what happened to all of the main characters, even returning favorites like Kelly and Ryan and Michael Scott! Throw in a wedding, a slew of guest stars, a big move and lots of reflections on how great everything was and you have a perfect tribute to a brilliant ser... more

Beauty in Ordinary Things

At its peak, The Office was arguably the best television comedy of all time.  That is something that deserves to be celebrated in grand fashion, and that is exactly what the writers did in the series "Finale." While also being funny and wrapping up every single character arc, the over 92 minutes of run time of retrospective and final ep did a tremendous job of honoring this fantastic series, and hitting nearly every emotional beat the audience could have asked for... more

Return of the Teapot

The Office is leaving viewers with such a great taste in their mouths that it's as if they are force feeding us beets through the screen. "A.A.R.M." was the second of three hour-long episodes to end the series, and like, "Livin' the Dream," it didn't disappoint. With how many perfectly executed emotional moments there have been over the last two hours on The Office, I can't imagine what they have up their sleeve for next week's finale. The scene in which Pam... more



The Office: Viacom Extends 'The Office,' 'Parks and Recreation' Syndication Deals News | TVBuzer

Viacom Extends 'The Office,' 'Parks and Recreation' Syndication Deals

“The Office” and “Parks and Recreation” reruns will continue to air on Viacom linear networks for the foreseeable future. The company announced that it has reached a new deal with NBCUniversal to keep “The Office” on Comedy Central through 2021. The series will then air in a non-exclusive window on Viacom Media Networks through 2025. ... more

The Office: Mindy Kaling: TV Academy Tried to Cut Me From 'Office' Producers List for the Emmys News | TVBuzer

Mindy Kaling: TV Academy Tried to Cut Me From 'Office' Producers List for the Emmys

It seems like only yesterday we were talking about “The Office” in the context of Jim and Pam’s wedding almost featuring a literal dead horse. Now it’s time to talk about the sitcom in the context of the Television Academy almost shutting out Mindy Kaling—one of “The Office” writers who would’ve talked Greg Daniels down from his horse dreams, as the co-writer of that particular episode ... more

The Office: TV Academy Responds to Mindy Kaling 'The Office' Comment, Says She Wasn't Singled Out for Emmy Vetting News | TVBuzer

TV Academy Responds to Mindy Kaling 'The Office' Comment, Says She Wasn't Singled Out for Emmy Vetting

Mindy Kaling was a writer on “The Office” from the show’s start, in addition to appearing on camera as Dunder Mifflin staffer Kelly Kapoor. But in a recent interview with Elle magazine, Kaling said that she had to fight to be initially be included among the producers listed by the Television Academy for the show. “They made me, not any of the other producers, fill out a whole form and write an essay about a... more


The Office FAN COMMENTS (1)

  • Level 39
    An awesome series and though the last season sucked big time, in the end everything needs to be honoured! Here's to Michael J. Scott!


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