Yes, you heard it right! ‘The Office’ Season 10 is ready to roll with a full-blown 24 episodes, drawn from 900 pages of script. But, will it be aired?
‘The Office’ Season 10 is ready to come to the screen but will it be aired? After years of hoping and watching the bubble burst, year after year, a fan has taken upon himself to read the script of the tenth season.
- Why are we crazy about ‘The Office’?
- A fan writes season 10 for a full-blown 24 episodes set
- Will ‘The Office’ screen its tenth segment ever?
The world is eager for a new season of the beloved mockumentary after watching and re-watching it on Netflix, year after year. We want Michael Scott (Steve Carell) and co. to take a jibe at the contemporary world, after all, Americans are living in the times of Donald Trump’s presidency.
Why are we crazy about ‘The Office’?
‘The Office’ is one show you can never get tired of. Such is the beauty of the sitcom that no matter how many times you watch it, you always discover some subtle humour, tiny witty details, and mind-blowing jokes.
Who can forget Michael’s crazy one-liners or Dwight’s insane wacky quotes, all of which are incredibly relatable and legendary at the same time. The story itself is very powerful. Everything from Jim confessing his true feelings to Pam, to Dwight making Angela pull over to propose to her, is just so heartfelt and beautiful that it could probably stand on its own even without the comedy.
‘The Office’ was already loved, in the beginning, by the working class while it was on-air, but it found a second life, like Dwight Schrute, and soared on Netflix as millions of teenagers fell in love with the show.
People who hate the idea of not being special and work a boring office job, get to see an energetic, caricatured version of a real-life office that makes them more hopeful for their future. They laugh aloud to “That’s what she said!” jokes and get emotional at Jim’s proposal or Michael’s return in the finale.
Many loved Jim and Pam’s love story but it was the romance between Michael & Holly, and Dwight & Angela, that made us believe that there’s someone out there for everyone. While watching ‘The Office’, one can identify with all sorts of situations whether in the context of office politics or interpersonal relationships.
‘The Office’ is a lot more than just a comfort television.
A fan writes season 10 for a full-blown 24 episodes set
‘The Office’ was always popular but Netflix transformed it into a phenomenon. We are hoping that Peacock doesn’t mess with it. Fans have been requesting for a reboot of ‘The Office’ for many years but NBC did not listen to them. Season 10 never came, ‘The Office’ never opened its doors again.
To reverse the disappointment which got multiplied during the pandemic led lockdown, one of the fans of the show- Nick Janicki- wrote a full-fledged script for the tenth season of ‘The Office’.
She has described it as an “epic, 900-page quest”. ‘The Office’ Season 10 is available for reading, in PDF format, on Janicki’s website. Episodes include “Athleap”, “Take Your Daughter to Work Day (Remix)”, “The Dunderal”, and “The Rewatch”.
The script of the tenth season has made many modern pop-culture references to the Netflix hit ‘Tiger King’, the Donald Trump presidency, video conferencing, and Baby Yoda, the breakout star of the Star Wars series ‘The Mandalorian’.
Will ‘The Office’ screen its tenth segment ever?
But the bigger question is – Will ‘The Office’ reboot for a tenth season?
ComicBook.com asked Greg Daniels, who developed the U.S. version of ‘The Office’, about a potential revival on NBC’s Peacock.
Find a seat for yourselves because his answer is heart-breaking!
He replied, “I mean, I think that the talk came up when they did ‘Will and Grace’. They rebooted that show”.
Daniel added, “But I don’t think that we would either be able to get all the cast together, because a lot of them are doing different things, or whether we’d need to do that because I feel like we had our finale”.
Let us know if you are addicted to ‘The Office’. Have you ever wondered why you love the show so much? Pen down your thoughts on ‘The Office’ and the potential season 10 in the comments box below.