“The Office” Revival Reportedly In The Works For A Limited Run

  • NBC is in the talks for a revival of “The Office”, which could be coming back for a special 2018-2019 season. (Photo: Release)

  • The project would include a mix of the series original cast, as well as new characters. (Photo: Disclosure)

  • Sadly, Steve Carell will not participate in the project. (Photo: WENN)

  • Earlier this year, Carell posted a tweet unleashing rumors about a possible “Office Revival”. (Photo: Twitter)

  • “The Office” is based on Ricky Gervai’s hit British comedy of the same name. (Photo: Release)

  • In 2006, “The Office” won an Emmy for Outstanding Comedy. (Photo: Disclosure)

  • Many members of the cast also rose to fame due to the series’ massive success, including John Krasinksi, Rainn Wilson, and Mindy Kaling. (Photo: WENN)

NBC is in the talks for a revival of “The Office”, which could be coming back for a special 2018-2019 season. (Photo: Release)

Dunder Mifflin Scranton, PA could start selling paper once again in 2018.

NBC is reportedly in the talks for a revival of one of its most successful TV series. The news of a special 2018-2019 season for “The Office” has yet to be confirmed, but according to the reports, the project would include a mix of the original cast as well as new characters.

Sadly, Steve Carell, who played Michael Scott for seven of the show’s nine seasons, will not be part in any revival, meaning a search for a new regional manager is currently underway. Fans of the series will remember that the show ended with quirky Dwight Schrute running Scranton, but it’s still unclear if Rainn Willson will be among those returning.

Based on Ricky Gervai’s hit British comedy of the same name, “The Office” aired on NBC from 2005 to 2013, winning an Emmy for Outstanding Comedy in 2006. Many the cast members also rose to fame due to the series massive success, including John Krasinksi, Jenna Fischer, Rainn Wilson, Mindy Kaling, B.J. Novak, among others.

Earlier this year, Carell briefly set social media on fire after posting a tweet unleashing rumors about a possible “Office” revival. However, at the time, his post seemed less like an official statement and more like a comedian pulling a fast one on fans.

But it seems like that wasn’t a classic Michael Scott prank after all!



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