The Office Revival Reportedly in the Works

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.

NBC Entertainment chairman Bob Greenblatt has said in the past that he would be interested in reviving "The Office".

Fans may disappointed to hear that Steve Carell's character, Scranton's regional manager Michael Scott, will not be involved in the series. According to TV Line, NBC has already started the search to find a new boss to lead the ensemble comedy.

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Carell portrayed the quirky leader of the branch's paper company for seven of the nine seasons. I've talked to Greg [Daniels, producer and writer of The Office US] four times over the past few years.

'I don't think it'll ever happen, ' she said. It's always, 'Maybe someday, but not now.' There is certainly an open invitation, but we don't have anything happening right now. 'I would do it if there was some circumstance where everybody got back together, and could be brought back together in some unbelievable way, I would say yes. "And if he were to be in charge of it, I can't imagine that I wouldn't want to help out in some way, or write, and I feel like probably the rest of the cast feels the same". But I'm not sure it's realistic. John Krasinski and Jenna Fischer's characters moved away along with Craig Robinson.

But so far, all we know is that NBC is taking the first steps to bringing the show back, no doubt encouraged by the critical and financial success of the revival of Will and Grace.

  • Stacy Houston