‘The Office’ to be taken off Netflix in 2021—at least, that’s what she said

By AZRIEL OLMEDO

The cast of the popular American sitcom “The Office” (2005-2013). (Netflix)

If you’ve never sat down to watch the engaging and relatable show called “The Office,” you still have time as Netflix plans to continue streaming the show. In the words of Dwight Schrute: “False!” In reality, Netflix has plans to stop streaming “The Office” by 2021. 

If you are among the many fans who worry that “The Office” will soon disappear into the vast void of forgotten TV shows, do not fear—the show must go on! NBC has announced that it will begin a streaming service dedicated to “The Office” when Netflix stops supporting it.

“The Office” consists of nine seasons of compelling drama from the gripping lives of the people from Scranton, PA. Michael Scott, played by Steve Carell, runs the Scranton branch of the Dunder Mifflin Paper Company as its regional manager alongside his second-in-command, Dwight Schrute, played by Rainn Wilson. 

One of the many elements that set this show apart from others is the rivalry between Dwight and Jim Halbert, played by John Krasinski. This rivalry consists of Jim constantly pranking Dwight and Dwight reciprocating by complaining to Michael about Jim’s mischief. 

Fans are also sure to enjoy the interactions between the popular couple Jim and Pam Beesly, played by Jenna Fischer. This dynamic duo gives the audience something to root for as the show progresses. With the rest of the cast and their quirks, fans will come to see that every character has their own unique personality that is either lovable or detestable.

Both show veterans and new fans can rest assured that the days of “The Office” have not yet come to an end and they can continue watching for years to come.

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