Parades may be canceled this year, but viewers can get into the Irish spirit with specials from "The Simpsons," "It's Always Sunny..." and more.
John Krasinski spent much of his monologue fielding questions about "The Office" and his character Jim Halpert's relationship with Pam.
"The Office" is set to leave Netflix on Friday, January 1, 2021 – but viewers will soon be able to watch the Steve Carrell comedy online on another streaming service.
Netflix hit headlines around the world in November with "The Crown"—but two different TV shows managed to beat it on this month's top 10 series charts.
Fans missing the gang of Dunder Mifflin will love the new MeUndies x 'The Office' collection of impossibly comfy loungewear, underwear, bralettes, socks, onesies, and BuddyBands™.
It's not quite the same level of escape as, say, a café disco or disco café, but it's something!
John Krasinski recruited cast members including Jenna Fischer and Steve Carell for the virtual occasion.
Krasinski's virtual prom was a star-studded affair, giving high school seniors a unique and fun experience in lieu of their traditional prom.
"It is my hope and goal that we do an 'Office' reboot," Bonnie Hammer, Chairman of Direct-to-Consumer and Digital Enterprises for NBCUniversal, said.
If you can't get enough of watching 'The Office,' you're in luck: 'Office Ladies' is coming to your favorite podcasting platform in October.
Toby Flenderson had a lot to be upset about. But was it enough to lead him to a life of murder?
One team came out on top, but in terms of social media content, they're both winners.
"This is a technique of the GOP, to take dry humor + sarcasm literally and 'fact check' it," the progressive Congresswoman from New York wrote on Twitter.
"So much of this movie is about being a fan and being on the outside of the entertainment business," Mindy Kaling told Variety.
Krasinski might not be down for a whole season, but floated the idea of a holiday special.
Is David Brent going to be "out of Office" permanently?
Gervais reprises his famous 'The Office' role—but does the humor hold up?