The year is almost up, and it’s been a doozy. But what would 2020 (well … 2021, technically) be without one final punch? To ring in the new year, one of the most beloved television shows, The Office, will leave its longtime home on Netflix. So, maybe Pam wasn’t bluffing when she claimed she found new office space.
But don’t start a fire just yet — The Office isn’t leaving streaming forever. Beginning on January 1, the show will move exclusively to NBC’s new streaming service Peacock. The first two seasons will be available to stream for free, with the remaining seasons available for Premium subscribers. The move will also bring in new content, including:
- Superfan episodes: Beginning with season 3, fans can find never-before-seen-footage and deleted scenes in extended cuts of the original The Office, with even more content dropping in March
- Playlists: Relive Jim’s pranks on Dwight, the best romances of the show, and words of wisdom featuring Michael Scott
- The Office Zen: If you’re working from home, this 24/7 channel is the perfect way to provide some background relaxation. It will feature the sights and sounds of the office.
Check out the official memo from Dunder Mifflin’s CEO David Wallace below.
ICYMI: David Wallace, CEO of Dunder Mifflin, sent out a very important memo. 🗣️ https://t.co/utzCwA8plr
— Peacock (@peacockTV) December 15, 2020