The Office News
Steve Carell may be leaving The Office, but he isn't taking B.J. Novak. The writer/actor/producer will remain on the NBC sitcom for at least two more years.
Posted in: Casting News
Holly "Definitely Coming Back" to The Office Next Season
Make room for Amy Ryan, Dundler Mifflin Scranton! This actress will return to The Office next season in the great role of Holly Flax.
Posted in: Spoilers
Mindy Kaling Pushes for Dwight to Take Over on The Office
Michael Scott will soon be leaving The Office. Who will replace him? At least one producer is pushing for Jim's biggest nightmare: Dwight Schrute.
Posted in: Interviews
Who Should Replace Michael Scott on The Office?
Steve Carell has made it as official as possible: he'll exit The Office after next season. Should the show promote someone from within? Or bring on a big-name new cast member?
Steve Carell May Leave The Office After Next Season
Could this be the final season for Steve Carell on The Office? The actor himself seemed to hint as much this weekend.
The Office Promotes Zach Woods (Sabre Lackey Gabe)
Zach Woods, a.k.a. Gabe from Sabre, has been promoted to series regular on The Office. It's a good casting move if you ask us!
The Office Season Finale Review: "Whistleblower"
The season finale of The Office was a good one, but also left us longing for more in a sense. Something about the whole season felt a bit disjointed.
The Office Review: "The Chump"
Michael comes to grips with a realization about Donna, while Dwight and Angela fight it out over their baby contract and Jim and Pam fight to stay awake.
The Office Review: "The Cover-Up"
Darryl punks Andy into thinking there's a conspiracy, while Michael learns via Facebook that Donna is married. "The Cover-Up" was The Office at its best.
The Office Review: "Body Language"
When Michael Scott has to read body language, it's as hilarious, and futile, as it sounds. The Office was true to form last night.
The Office Review: "Secretary's Day"
It was Secretary's Day at Dunder-Mifflin, and that meant one of the first Erin-centric episodes of The Office. For the most part, it was a success.