Published: Tue, December 19, 2017
Entertaiment | By Minnie Bishop

'The Office' Revival in the Works, Steve Carell Will Not Return

'The Office' Revival in the Works, Steve Carell Will Not Return

The "Office" revival would once again take place at the Scranton branch of Dunder Mifflin, and include some of the supporting cast from the original, coupled with new stars. TVLine comments that the search to find a new boss is underway, but no names have been floated as of yet.

NBC is reportedly looking to revive The Office for another season.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, NBC is now on the hunt for "Michael Scott-like regional manager" of paper supply company Dunder Mifflin, in addition to a number of new faces. TV Line was first to report the news. It's always, 'Maybe someday, but not now, '" Greenblatt said of Office discusssions back in August, adding: "We don't have anything happening right now.

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 fantastic way, I would say yes.

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Jim and Pam moved to Philly to work with Darryl (Craig Robinson), Stanley retired, Oscar got into politics, Creed got arrested, and so on. Michael left Dunder-Mifflin. And it would be hard to manufacture why all the people were back working together.

NBC president Bob Greenblatt recently said that The Office was on his list of the shows he wanted to revive.

Little else is known about the alleged "The Office" continuation at this time. Carell exited after season seven, with The Office continuing on for two additional cycles before the star returned for the series finale in 2013.

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