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Looks like The Office is getting a revival

The Office is back in business.

By Maddison Hockey
Heading back to work has never sounded so exciting. Mainly because it's not us but our favourite misfit employees from The Office who may be returning to their desks. And we're more than willing to sacrifice all our stationary to the TV gods for it to be true.
Rumour has it NBC is looking at reviving Dumnder Mifflin and all its employees. They are, however, looking to replace Steve Carell who played the branch's regional manager, Michael Scott, according to TV Line.
We're praying for a Dunder Mifflin Paper Company return.
NBC's network president Bob Greenblatt told Deadline that he's spoken with creators of various shows about revivals of not just The Office, but also The West Wing, ER and 30 Rock.
The Office seems to have the best chance of returning to our screens. "We often talk about The Office," the NBC president said.
"I've talked to Greg [Daniels] four times over the past few years. It's always, 'Maybe someday, but not now'. There is certainly an open invitation, but we don't have anything happening right now. If he wants to do it, I would do it." NBC haven't confirmed the reports.
One can only imagine the pranks between Jim and Dwight in a new season.
Angela Kinsey, who played Angela Martin, talked to Us Weekly about making a return.
"I would love it, but I have no idea. Everybody is doing so many things, but sign me up!"
Fellow cast member, Craig Robinson (Darryl), also expressed his interest in returning to the paper company in an interview with Hello Giggles.
"Under the right situation, absolutely, yes. I think it'd have to be a movie or something. That'd be dope."
The Office ran for nine seasons with the finale airing in 2013 with a special appearance from Steve Carell's character Michael who left after season 7.

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