NBC’s take on “The Office” ended in March 2013 after nine seasons of workplace comedy, but fan devotion to the series lives on, especially as it’s available to stream on NBC’s streaming service Peacock. (Its arrival comes after the show was yanked from Netflix.) Timed to celebrate the show’s debut on the platform, right in time to ring in 2021, NBC has released the original cold open, cut for time, for the finale. It involved an elaborate spoof of a certain 1999 science-fiction classic, with Rainn Wilson’s Dwight Schrute at the center of an elaborate prank staged by Jim (John Krasinski) and Pam (Jenna Fischer). Watch below.
NBC’s Peacock streaming service had a New Year’s Day surprise treat for fans of The Office: a never-seen cold open, marking the show’s move from Netflix to its new streaming home. The five-minute, unaired cold open was cut for time from the 2013 series finale. The open is an elaborate...
Peacock revealed the clip on social media and said the exclusive scene was a deleted cold open for the series finale. On Friday, Peacock revealed a never-before-seen clip of The Office to celebrate the beloved sitcom's arrival on the NBCUniversal's streaming service. "The Office: Deleted Cold Open - Series Finale,"...
A new year means NBC's The Office has found a new home at Peacock after spending years on the Netflix platform. To celebrate the beloved comedy's transition to the NBCUniversal streamer, a never-before-seen cold open from The Office Season 9 has been released. This thoroughly delightful bit of new content is just a taste of the many new bonus features now available for The Office fans to indulge in with their Peacock subscription.
After a long stint on Netflix, The Office has finally returned to NBCUniversal to stream on its new Peacock platform. To celebrate the new move, the streaming service unveiled a never-before-seen cold open for the show inspired by none other than The Matrix. Shot for the popular series’ ninth season,...
(CNN) — One of Jim Halpert's best pranks ever has gone unseen -- until today. To celebrate Peacock as the new home of "The Office," the streaming service on Friday shared some never-before-seen footage of the beloved sitcom, featuring Jim (John Krasinski) and Pam (Jenna Fischer) pulling off a "Matrix"-inspired prank against Dwight (Rainn Wilson).
‘The Office’ has officially moved from Netflix to Peacock in 2021. The show is more popular than ever, so let’s take a look back at the iconic cast then and now. The Office came to an end in 2013, but the fans of the show are still so passionate about the employees at the Dundler Mifflin Paper Company. The hit show had a resurgence when it was available on Netflix, and the show keeps gaining fans. As of Jan. 1, 2021, The Office moves to Peacock. Even after all these years, The Office is still worth binging over and over again.
"I knew the odds were against me since I was living with 4 Covid positive people," the actress said. Angela Kinsey has tested positive for the novel coronavirus and is now sharing her story. On Tuesday, The Office alum, 49, informed her followers on her Instagram Story that she recently...
The holiday season is in full swing, which means people are tuning into shows, movies and music to get themselves in the spirit. Without fail, each year brings new Christmas-themed content to everyone's homes, be it for the ears or eyes, but that doesn't mean years past should be ignored.
Watch Jim and Pam play a 'Matrix'-inspired prank on Dwight in deleted scene from 'The Office' finale
In honor of its new home at Peacock, "The Office" revealed a never-seen clip from the sitcom's series finale.
The New Yorker
Until this spring, a dominant part of the human experience involved leaving one’s home, going somewhere else, encountering a specific bunch of people, trying to get along with them, doing some work, bidding them goodbye, and going home again. The comedy of this ritual—disparate characters flung together day after day, attempting to accomplish grand or humble things without killing one another—has fuelled countless workplace sitcoms, from “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” to “30 Rock.” But “The Office,” the American faux-documentary series that ran from 2005 to 2013, and which arose from the sour, drab-looking, painfully funny British sitcom of the same name, came to be one of our most prominent depictions of office life, because it seemed to show us the truth in the tedium. As Jim (John Krasinski), the show’s Everyman character, who finds love with Pam (Jenna Fischer), the receptionist, says, “Everything I have I owe to this job—this stupid, wonderful, boring, amazing job.”
The first two seasons of 'The Office' will be free on NBCUniversal's Peacock but the rest is paywalled
NBCUniversal will put the first two seasons of "The Office" on its free Peacock tier. Seasons 3-9 will be available for $4.99 with ads and $9.99 without ads. "The Office" will no longer be available on Netflix and will exclusively air on Peacock beginning Jan. 4, 2021. Happy holidays, "The...
Rainn Wilson's Dwight Schrute enters the Matrix in never-before-seen 'Office' prank as the hit NBC show hits Peacock
For those of you who have watched The Office more times than you can count, we come bearing good news. The hard-working folks at Dunder Mifflin Paper Company have a few more tricks up their sleeves. Our robotic overlords have seen fit to gift us with a never-before-seen clip from...
Fans of The Office often turn to the comedy series on holidays for entertainment. Many seek out the episodes that feature Dunder Mifflin’s infamous office parties on Christmas, but on New Year’s Eve, The Office fans want something different. These are the two most commonly streamed episodes Office fans watch on New Year’s Eve.