Netflix Responds to Rumors that 'The Office' Will Soon Leave the Streaming Service
By Scott Baumgartner
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Fear not, your pals at Dunder Mifflin aren't going anywhere anytime soon.
On Wednesday, Netflix decided to address the latest wave of rumors that the mega-hit sitcom, The Office, could be leaving the streaming giant in the days ahead.
"Hello it's me with your regularly scheduled reminder that The Office will be on Netflix until 2021 - at least!" Netflix tweeted.
The statement is in response to a new article by the Wall Street Journal, which reports that NBC has begun discussing taking the show back in 2021. The article also provides Nielson data confirming that the comedy is Netflix's most popular show. So, should the show leave the streaming service in two years, it would be a significant loss.
ET has reached out to Netflix regarding the report.
Hello it's me with your regularly scheduled reminder that The Office will be on Netflix until 2021 — at least!
The show, which aired from 2005 to 2013, explored the lives of employees at a drab paper company in Scranton, Pennsylvania. Not only did it become an important vehicle for Steve Carell, but it introduced audiences to John Krasinski, Mindy Kaling, Rainn Wilson, Ed Helms and Jenna Fischer.
And this isn't the first time there have been rumblings that the show might be leaving the accessibility of Netflix. In January, when NBCUniversal announced that, like WarnerMedia and Walt Disney, they were launching their own streaming service, rumors followed that the sitcom would likely end up there.