Roseanne Barr will pay a visit to The Office before the show wraps this spring.
Barr, 60, will guest-star on the NBC comedy as a...
The Office may live on at NBC after all — sort of.
The network has given a pilot order to...
Former Two and a Half Men co-star Charlie Sheen has broken his silence about Angus T. Jones' recent video, in which the young star called the CBS comedy "filth" and urged viewers to stop watching the show.
Angus T. Jones Calls Two and a Half Men "Filth," Urges Viewers to Stop Watching
Seth Rogen has wed girlfriend Lauren Miller, Us Weekly reports.
The couple was married at the Kunde Estate in Sonoma, Calif. Knocked Up co-stars Paul Rudd and Leslie Mann attended, along with Jonah Hill, Craig Robinson and producer Judd Apatow.
Steve Carell is long-gone (but still without an Emmy!), James Spader is the new CEO of Sabre, which means there's just one tiny question for The Office to answer when the NBC comedy returns for Season 8. For those who missed the job listing, the branch manager position at Dunder Mifflin is open once again after Robert California (Spader) won the gig and managed to work his way up from branch manager to CEO in just a few months time. But who will it be? We weigh the pros and cons for the most likely in-house candidates:
Jim Halpert (John Krasinski)
Why He'll Get the Job: Jim is a great salesman, he's been the No. 2 in Scranton for several years and, lest we forget, he's one of the only sane people employed at Dunder Mifflin. Viewers have rooted for Jim since the beginning so why not put him in the hot seat and see what happens?
Why He Won't: First off, doesn't Jim's presence on the search committee automatically exclude him from consideration? More...