"Will you guys let me know if this ever airs?" It seems like Michael Scott (Steve Carell) is going to be getting a call from that documentary crew fairly soon. When The Office creator and executive producer Greg Daniels announced the upcoming ninth season of the hit NBC mockumentary series would be its last back in August, he promised that the film crew behind the cameras would finally be revealed, as well as the identity of the Scranton Strangler (our money is on Gabe, sorry buddy). But what else should happen before Dunder Mifflin closes up shop for good? Now that the final season premiere is upon us (Thursday at 9/8c), we've compiled a list of return guests, episode redos and other ideas we want the writers to squeeze in — that's what she said — before they change the locks...
The upcoming ninth season of The Office will be the show's last, creator Greg Daniels announced Tuesday.
Daniels, who ran the show for its first five seasons and has returned in a day-to-day capacity for what will be the final season, said it was "a difficult decision" to end the show after nine years, but emphasized that his main objective is to provide longtime fans with satisfying conclusions for the main characters.
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ADAM: We're hearing that he will be in the season premiere and at least five additional episodes next season. But he won't be the only new face. Look for a calculating, self-righteous bankruptcy trustee who's brought in to fix the firm's financial woes. We hear he butts heads with just about everyone. Perhaps that's because he's cutting costs...and — gulp! — slashing jobs?
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Catherine Tate has been promoted to series regular for the ninth season of The Office, TVLine.com reports.
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