Ed Helms



Does The Office Face Another Restructure?

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Promising news for fans of NBC's The Office: It looks like Dunder Mifflin branch manager Andy Bernard and salesman Jim Halpert will be sticking around for at least part of another year. According to insiders, Ed Helms and John Krasinski are moving closer to signing new deals for next season... read more

NBC Developing The Office Spin-Off About Dwight Schrute

Rainn Wilson

NBC is planting the seeds for a spin-off of The Office centered on Dwight Schrute (Rainn Wilson) and the Schrute family beet farm, Deadline reports.

The series, which would tentatively launch in early 2013, would follow Dwight's life outside of Dunder Mifflin at his family's beet farm and bed and breakfast. The beet farm has been featured in several episodes stemming back to Season 2, with The Office and Parks and Recreation executive producer Mike Schur playing the role of Dwight's business partner and... read more

The Guide to Tuesday TV: Sons of Anarchy and Covert Affairs Finales!

Oded Fehr

"You ask for a simple white Christmas ..." and everything goes to cartoon hell on Eureka, already the most animated of Syfy's quirky series, and a natural to be brought back for a one-night-only Christmas special, a gift for fantasy fans, packaged with similarly themed episodes of Warehouse 13 and Haven. The Eureka special (8/7c) is especially inventive, as the isolated mountain town's overtaxed Super Photon Generator interacts with a child's hologram-generating storybook, and abracadabra, everyone becomes a cartoon character (including Sheriff Carter's much-abused Jeep, cleverly and petulantly voiced by The Big Bang Theory's Jim Parsons). read more

Celebrities Recount Their Awkward Childhoods for The Mortified Sessions

David Nadelberg, Mo'Nique

David Nadelberg is mortified. When he launched his critically acclaimed stage show Mortified a decade ago, he couldn't have imagined that he would eventually host a TV spinoff for the Sundance Channel.

"Certainly me being on camera was never part of the vision starting out," Nadelberg says. "I feel very exposed about the whole thing. It's not something I'm used to in life. That's been an interesting ...
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Cheers & Jeers: The Office Misuses Maura Tierney

Maura Tierney

Jeers to The Office for squandering a valuable human resource: Maura Tierney. read more

Ask Matt: Parks and Recreation, The Office, Arrested Development, and More!

Amy Poehler

Send questions to askmatt@tvguidemagazine.com and follow me on Twitter!

Question: Now that we are about at the mid-season break for shows, I have been thinking about which returning shows are having the best, most satisfying seasons. Fringe, Castle, Community and Bones are at the top of my list, but I have to single out Parks and Recreation as the best returning show. I wasn't sure Parks and Rec could sustain the consistently funny run it had last season, but it has easily lived up to the expectations of Season 3. I think what has made this season even better ...
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The Office Exclusive Video: Can Dwight Finally Rise to Power at Dunder Mifflin?

Ed Helms, Rainn Wilson and James Spader

Assistant (to the) Regional Manager. Beet Farmer. Former Volunteer Sheriff's Deputy. Yes, Dwight Schrute (Rainn Wilson) is a man of many hats. But as any fan of The Office knows all too well, there's no title he wants more than regional manager of Dunder Mifflin.

Obviously, he lost the gig to Andy (Ed Helms) months ago, but Dwight hasn't given up on his dream just yet (accidental gun firing incident be damned!) In Thursday's episode, airing at 9/8c on NBC, Dwight sets up a... read more

Fall TV: Who Did It Better?

Ashton Kutcher, Ted Danson, James Spader

Ever feel like your favorite TV shows are sharing the same brain? Thanks to contract negotiations, pilot trends and similar cliff-hangers, we've seen several shows treading similar story line territory already this fall. CSI, Law & Order: SVU, The Office and Two and Half Men all replaced lead characters while NCIS and Castle both saw characters on a shrink's couch. But which shows did it better? Below, we pit them against one another and pick a winner... read more

The Office: How Andy Bernard Got the Job and What's Next for Dunder Mifflin's New Manager

Ed Helms

Who's the (new) boss? It was the question on every Office fan's mind ever since Steve Carell announced in June 2010 that he planned to leave Scranton for good at the end of Season 7. In the end, it took more than a year for Dunder Mifflinites to get their man — Andy Bernard — but star Ed Helms believes the waiting game was actually a blessing.

"I think it gave us all time to just sort of zen out about it and come to terms with whatever it might be," Helms told reporters on a conference call Tuesday.

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But how exactly did the Nard Dog get one of the most coveted jobs on prime-time TV? Despite the stiff competition from both inside the office (Jim, Dwight, Darryl) and outside of the company (season finale guest stars such as Ray Romano, Jim Carrey and Catherine Tate applied for the gig), executive producer Paul Lieberstein says it was... read more

The Office: Did the Right Person Get the Manager Job?

The Office

SPOILER ALERT: The following story reveals key plot points from the Season 8 premiere of The Office. If you don't want to know who the new manager is, look away!

Watch out, Scranton! There's a new Dunder Mifflin manager in town!

The Office wasted no time naming the new manager in Thursday's Season 8 premiere and, while it wasn't a complete shocker, it was a nice surprise for fans of the show after a summer of suspense. In the opening moments of the episode, it was revealed that... read more

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