There’s something cinematic about last words the audience doesn’t get to hear, but no secret stays buried forever. So it is that one of the best moments of The Office is finally turning up the volume, as Jenna Fischer reveals Pam’s last words to Michael Scott.
As the wheel of revivals turns, The Office looks like it might be next. Rather than returning for a full series, however, star John Krasinski said he’d rather borrow a page from the show’s O.G. incarnation to make it happen.
NBC is rarely one to learn the right lessons from success, so how best to follow a thriving Will & Grace revival? Why, undoing any goodwill from The Office series finale, of course, and plotting an official revival for the 2018-19 season!
NBC didn’t waste time declaring its revived Will & Grace would return for a second season, raising the question of other must-see-TV series next in line. According to NBC brass, they’re next hoping for more 30 Rock and The Office, or perhaps even The West Wing.
Last year, the Ohio State University Band gave football fans one hell of a movie tribute, marching along to formations of everything from 'Superman' to 'Jurassic Park,' so what was the one way to top it? TV! See what "the best damn band in the land" came up with for everything from 'Game of Thrones' to 'Dragnet,' with the full TVLand TV tribute!
Classic rock was everywhere during the series finale of 'The Office' last night (May 16), with Guns N' Roses, Motley Crue, Bruce Springsteen and Tom Petty all contributing music to the show's climactic wedding.
Steve Carell said he wouldn't be returning to The Office at all. Seeing as the series finale is coming up on May 16th, everyone believed him. Welllll...looks like he was being Steve Carell, and pulled a joke on us! Keep reading for details.
It seems that 'The Office' may or may not be kinda winding down. But apparently there's still more story to tell in Rainn Wilson's character, Dwight Schrute.The spin-off that is in the works according to MTV, will be about the Schrute family beet farm that's been mentioned in a few episodes of 'The Office'.
It's a done deal, according to EW. James Spader will be taking over 'The Office'. He's gonna be taking over Michael Scott's job after Steve Carell's departure. His character, Robert California, will be the new bossman at Dunder Mifflin.
We still don't know who's going to be the new boss on 'The Office' but could Michael Scott's sense of humor be replaced by a computer program?
Chloé Kiddon and Yuriy Brun, two computer scientists at the University of Washington, have developed software that identifies the best sentences to attach the classic amendment "That's what she said."
It's a mixed bag. Will himself says yes, while others say no or...maybe? See what Will had to say and what others are thinking for the future of his character after this season ends after the jump! Do you think it would be a good idea to keep him on?