The Office Revival in Early Development For Late 2018 Premiere
- Author: Theresa Obrien Dec 19, 2017,
Dec 19, 2017, 10:47
Unfortunately, the outlet reports that Steve Carell, who played regional manager Michael Scott, will not participating in the project.
The report says that the revival would be a mix of old and new cast members set in the familiar Dunder-Mifflin offices in Scranton, Pennsylvania. NBC and producers Universal Television declined comment.
NBC's The Office itself was a remake of the British The Office, which ran for two series in the United Kingdom before the American remake debuted in 2005.
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Network president Bob Greenblatt has previously said he'd be keen to bring it back if there was interest.
Writer and actor on the show, Mindy Kaling, has previously said that she would like to be involved in a reboot.
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"And I'm not sure the show works if we're all in different locations".
The new season of that show was one of the network's highest-rated shows of the season thus far and was renewed for another season before the first had even aired.
NBC entertainment chairman Bob Greenblatt has speculated on the possibility of the show's return before, telling Deadline in August that the network execs "often talk about The Office", and that if Greg Daniels, the creator of the USA version of the show, was interested, NBC would also be interested.
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The move comes on the back of NBC's Will & Grace revival being a hit for the network.