The Paley Center for Media, which has locations in both New York and LA, dedicates itself to the preservation of television and radio history. Inside their vast archives of more than 120,000 television shows, commercials, and radio programs, [...]
Vulture is reporting that Mindy Kaling has agreed to a deal with NBC to come back for two episodes of The Office next season. It might be so she can be written off the show or to give her enough airtime to sustain her character until the show's [...]
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In a great interview with the AV Club, Nick Offerman talks about all the classic Nick Offerman things, like how there should be more fishing on Parks & Recreation. He also tells the story of the first time he met Greg Daniels and Michael [...]
Kick-Ass/Hot Tub Time Machine/A Thousand Words star Clark Duke is in talks to join The Office as a series regular. There is no word on what role he'll play on the show but there is an opening in customer service and whatever Ryan did.
They've begun casting for The Farm, the new Dwight Office spin-off. TVLine has learned the show will have a test-run as an episode in the next season of The Office. The Farm will focus on Dwight inheriting a large farm/bed-and-breakfast that he [...]
B.J. Novak is lessening his involvement with The Office both in playing the part of Ryan and off-screen as one of the main writers. Novak might still stop by occasionally and even chip in some writing help, but ultimately he's gone. This comes [...]
The Hollywood Reporter brought together showrunners Carter Bays (How I Met Your Mother), Bill Prady (The Big Bang Theory), Liz Meriwether (New Girl), Paul Lieberstein (The Office), Steve Levitan (Modern Family), and Emily Spivey (Up All Night) [...]
In news that will likely hearten some and disenchant others (as all Office news does at this point) Catherine Tate will be returning as a series regular next year on The Office. It's a feeling not unlike hearing your ex is getting married to [...]
With the departure of showrunner Paul "Toby" Lieberstein, Dan Sterling and Brent Forrester have been brought in to help run The Office's office. Both Sterling and Forrester have the type of top-notch pedigree that you'd expect Greg Daniels to [...]