HBO has picked up a new single-camera dark comedy from King of the Hill's Mike Judge, John Altschuler and Dave Krinsky, Deadline reports.
Michael Scott may not be returning to Scranton, but two other longtime Dunder Mifflin employees will be.
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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...