With the news of a 900 pages long script for a new season of ‘The Office’, written by Nick Janicki, can the fans, at last, expect a final season 10 of the show?
You may call ‘The Office’ one of the best sitcoms of the century; the best mockumentary, the best workplace comedy, or a revolutionary drama in the sitcom genre. Regardless of the title, what remains constant is that it’s the best, and also the most popular sitcom ever made. Considering the popularity of Greg Daniels’ ‘The Office’, and the huge fan base that it has earned, it was obvious that the idea of the show ending will enrage the fans. Now, fans are demanding more seasons of ‘The Office’. Although we are not sure if NBC will give in to the fans’ demand, the latest news of a 900 pages long script written by Nick Janicki for ‘The Office’ Season 10 has fueled the debate once again.
- Will there be a season 10 of ‘The Office’?
- The 900 pages long ‘The Office’ Season 10 script
- Steve Carell is not up for another season
‘The Office’ Season 10 to have 24 episodes – confirms the 900 pages long screenplay by Nick Janicki.
Will there be a season 10 of ‘The Office’?
‘The Office’ has been a major part of people’s lives for over eight years. With 9 seasons consisting of 201 episodes, ‘The Office’ has become a phenomenon that will stay and influence television culture even after decades. The star-studded show with the actors like Steve Carell, Rainn Wilson, John Krasinski, Jenna Fischer, and others, debuted on NBC in March 2005. After rising to household fame, the show ended its journey in May 2013.
However, fans of the show are still hopeful about the revival of the show, even after almost 8 years of its conclusion. While we will discuss if ‘The Office’ will ever be back with another season, let’s figure out everything about this new ‘The Office’ Season 10 script by Nick Janicki.
The 900 pages long season 10 script?
To all the fans getting hyped up on the possibility of ‘The Office’ getting a season 10 for real, let’s keep our expectations in check for now. There’s a new script in the town for season 10 of ‘The Office’, and it’s written by Nick Janicki. The script is 900 pages long and can cater to over 24 episodes in season 10. However, this is no official script for ‘The Office’, but rather a fanfiction of the show.
Janicki, a diehard fan of ‘The Office’, has done gods’ work by putting his fan fiction screenplay for the brand new season of ’The Office’ for public reading on his website.
The description for Janicki’s season 10 reads:
“We’ve seen memes created. We’ve seen 280-characters-or-less scenes written out. Let’s kick it up a notch (or ten) and take an in-depth look at where our favorite T.V. coworkers would be in 2020. A whole episode, you say? Nay – a whole season.”
The post on Reddit, where he introduced his ‘The Office’ script, has already reached thousands of fans.
With this kind of support and craze around a fan-fiction script for season 10 of ‘The Office’, we wonder how intense the craving for an actual season must be. But the question remains, will ‘The Office’ ever get a season 10 on Netflix or NBC?
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Steve Carell is not up for another season
Its been almost eight years since the fans have been seeking an answer to this question. While we kind of know the answer, we don’t want to believe it. Even if a decade goes by, we will still hope for a revival of ‘The Office’.
However, Steve Carell, who plays the lead Michael Scott in ‘The Office’, has clearly rejected the idea of any further seasons.
While talking to “Esquire” back in 2018, Steve Carell said:
“Because ’The Office’ is on Netflix and replaying, a lot more people have seen it recently and I think because of that there’s been a resurgence in interest in the show, and talk about bringing it back.”
“But apart from the fact that I just don’t think that’s a good idea, it might be impossible to do that show today and have people accept it the way it was accepted 10 years ago. The climate’s different.”
While some other members of the cast, such as John Krasinski, have shown hopes for a revival, as of now it remains a dream. Till then, let us enjoy the fanfiction screenplay of ‘The Office’ Season 10 written by Nick Janicki. Have you read it already? Do you think it can be made into the next season of ‘The Office’? Let us know in the comments.