The Office Is Returning with a full-blown 10th Season but before you get excited, there is catch to it. The 24 episode reboot isn’t the reboot you think it is.
Sometimes when popular streaming apps are not showing interest in rebooting your favourite series you have to take the matter in your hands. The Office has been here to entertain us for more than a decade now.
And a new generation is there to embrace The Office as they first watch Michael Scott say something horrifically inappropriate. And the old fans are always ready to re-watch the series as if it were only the first time they were.
- The Office: Fan Edition
- The Office Tenth Season: A Pop-Culture Phenomenon
- The Office Reboot: A Possibility
And despite requests and demand for information for a reboot of the hit series, there is little to no hope for The Office to return.
But there is hope till the audience says there is even if we might have to take matters into our own hands.
The Office: Fan Edition
A lot of people are finding different ways to keep themselves entertained in lockdown as the world fights through a Pandemic. While some are working from home others are unleashing their inner creativity.
One case of inner creativity has proved a treat for The Office fans all over the world. A die-hard fan of The Office and a writer by profession, Nick Janicki, has written a 900 page 24-episode mega tenth Season in his free time.
The epic 900 page script includes past and present employees of Dunder Mifflin Paper Company which includes Michael Scott (Steve Carell), Dwight Schrute (Rainn Wilson), Pam Beasly (Jenna Fischer), Jim Halpert (John Krasinski) and more.
The Office Tenth Season: A Pop-Culture Phenomenon
Various discussion online have always wondered what The Office in the current scenario of the world would look like. One of the best things about The Office was Michael Scott the enigmatic, highly self-unaware boss playing the hilarious lead who has a comment on everything which is always something inappropriate.
Mindy Kaling, writer, producer and actor on the show who played Kelly Kapur has also tweeted her thoughts about what The Office would be about now. According to her Michael Scott would have a take on “Emojis, Frozen, Girl Squad, Brexit”. We cannot believe we were robbed of this amazing content.
Nick Janicki whereas also has his take on what Michael Scott would have loved to be a critic on. His version includes a modern-day pop culture commentary on Donald Trump Presidency, Tiger King, Video Conferencing and Baby Yoda. (Can you imagine Michael imitating Yoda?)
The Office Reboot: A Possibility
Greg Daniels front-runner of The Office has said that the reboot is never off the table. The show available on Netflix has brought a whole new generation as an audience and is one of the reasons why there is an uproar for a revival.
Steve Carell, although, says that a politically-incorrect show like The Office could never work in today’s environment. Which might be a reason why various networks are hesitant towards a revival. Getting the huge star-cast together after so many years is also one of the reasons an Office reboot might never see the light of the day.
Well, till an official Office Reboot works it’s way into our lives we will have to do with Writer Nick Janicki’s 900 epic 24 episodes beautiful monster.
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