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Topic - The Office
NBC, which rebounded this season from a stubborn ratings slump, will try to build on its gains with a dozen new series that include dramas starring Debra Messing and Katherine Heigl and a pair of comedies produced by Will Ferrell.
B.J. Novak says his plan of action following nine seasons of writing, producing and acting on NBC's popular workplace comedy "The Office" was a bit random.
A northeastern Pennsylvania TV station is refusing to run a commercial for the real-life Dunder Mifflin paper brand.
Roseanne Barr is dropping into NBC's "The Office."
"The Office" will be closing next year.
Talk about office politics. NBC is searching for a new show-runner to replace Paul Lieberstein on its top-rated comedy "The Office."
Ricky Gervais, creator of the worldwide comedy hit "The Office" says his star-studded new TV show will focus on the misadventures of a dwarf actor.
"Mad Men," the sharply observed drama of a changing 1960s America, captured 19 Emmy nominations Thursday to lead the series pack, with the melodramatic miniseries "Mildred Pierce" starring Kate Winslet grabbing a top 21 bids.
"Mad Men," the sharply observed drama of a changing 1960s America, captured 19 Emmy nominations Thursday to lead the series pack, with the melodramatic miniseries "Mildred Pierce," starring Kate Winslet, grabbing a top 21 bids.
NBC has signed James Spader as a full-time cast member of "The Office."
Instability, even unrest. Major changes at the top. Uncertainty for the future.
NBC soon will be tasked with doing the impossible: replacing one of TV's funniest lead characters on one of TV's funniest comedies.
Will Ferrell is coming to "The Office."
NBC may wish Steve Carell was just joking, but a network executive said "The Office" star has consistently told NBC he's leaving after this coming season.