Well, it's official: The office leaves Netflix .
Michael Scott and the rest of Dunder Mifflin will start another streaming service in January 2021.
By far the most popular broadcast on Netflix 2018 had to leave the office at some point – or at least see some BIG contract renegotiation.
The consignment's departure had been rumored several times before, but was quickly unmasked. Now the end date comes directly from Netflix itself:
NBC confirms this with a press release stating that they intend to keep it for "early release." own streaming service started. In other words, "Yes, it's the most popular on-demand broadcast on the internet, of course we'll take it back." (Or to rewrite Michael G. Scott: "Sometimes I start one [streaming service] and I put it on me I do not even know where to go, I just hope I can find it on the way. & # 39;)
It was a good run. The office has been in a more or less endless loop in our household for several years (although admittedly this loop sometimes restarts a few seasons before the actual end because, well, come on.)
But it still lingers on Year to finish it off, be it for the first time or for the 81st time. Will it cause me to sign up for another streaming service? Probably not. Will it make me buy the whole damn thing right on iTunes / Google Play / anything so I can stream it in the background until the end of time? That's a bit more likely.
I can not decide whether to end it with a Michael Scott "NOOOOOO" GIF or a Kelly Kapoor "Number One, how dare you?". So imagine, the feeling is a combination of both.