NBC considering revival of 'The Office'

NBC considering revival of 'The Office'

Back when the series started in 2005, stars like Carell weren't household names. Dwight was the acting manager at the end of the show's run.

While NBC hasn't yet commented on this development, earlier in the year, network president Bob Greeblatt told Deadline that The Office was next on his wishlist. Would you be interested in an Office revival?

While the original US edition turned the likes of Carell, John Krasinski, Jenna Fischer, Rainn Wilson, Ellie Kemper, Mindy Kailing, Ed Helms and Craig Robinson into household names, a source tells Variance it's unlikely any of them would appear in the new version, although Wilson could somehow be an exception. Novak among others. It received a total of 42 Emmy nominations during its run, winning five.

Ryan Shazier makes surprise appearance at Steelers-Pats game
It was a costly loss, one that saw the top seed and home-field advantage in the AFC playoffs stolen in the final seconds. His pass to Eli Rogers was batted into the air, and New England safety Duron Harmon came down with it.

In November, Jenna Fischer spoke with Variety's podcast Remote Controlled about the likelihood the show would come back to television screens. "I would do it if there was some circumstance where everybody got back together, and could be brought back together in some wonderful way, I would say yes".

Miss Pam, Jim, Michael and the rest of the gang? Michael left Dunder-Mifflin. And it would be hard to manufacture why all the people were back working together.

The new season of that show was one of the network's highest-rated shows of the season thus far and was renewed for another season before the first had even aired. As "The Office" continued for several years, many of those characters were elevated from the background and wound up with their own storylines and histories.

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