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The Office (2005 - 2013)

The Office (2005 - 2013)





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Series Info

Based on the award-winning British comedy of the same name, this acclaimed sitcom is told through the lenses of a documentary film crew and filled with gossip, pranks, romance and general foolishness at Dunder-Mifflin Paper Co. in Scranton, Pennsylvania. If you've ever hated your boss, your job or both, then you'll love this show.

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Critics Consensus: The Office's final season returns the series to fine form, balancing the funny with the heartfelt and reminding viewers what made the show great.

2012, NBC, 27 episodes

Critics Consensus: The Office spends its eighth season in the midst of an identity crisis as characters leave and reappear, but at least Robert California is gone.

2011, NBC, 24 episodes

Critics Consensus: While it struggles to answer how Dunder Mifflin will continue to thrive without Steve Carell's terrific performance, The Office sends off his Michael Scott in heartfelt fashion.

2010, NBC, 27 episodes

Critics Consensus: The Office maintains its quality while highlighting major life changes and mundane happenings among the ensemble cast -- and continuing to set a new standard for the workplace sitcom genre.

2009, NBC, 26 episodes

Critics Consensus: The Office continues to power on like a trusty Xerox machine in a fifth season that has perfected the series' formula for balancing misery with sweetness.

2008, NBC, 28 episodes

Critics Consensus: Dunder Mifflin makes some awkward choices while adjusting to a world without Jim and Pam's will-they-won't-they sparks, but The Office remains a winning ode to workplace drudgery.

2007, NBC, 19 episodes

Critics Consensus: The Office hits its full stride in a raucous and romantic third season that gives the series' deep ensemble a generous raise in character development.

2006, NBC, 25 episodes

Critics Consensus: The Office undergoes a steep improvement in its sophomore season, course correcting the series' bitter dynamics with a dose of warmth that makes the sour jokes all the sweeter.

2005, NBC, 22 episodes


Steve Carell
as Michael Scott
Ed Helms
as Andy Bernard
John Krasinski
as Jim Halpert
Jenna Fischer
as Pam Beesly
Rainn Wilson
as Dwight Schrute
James Spader
as Robert California
B.J. Novak
as Ryan Howard
Leslie David Baker
as Stanley Hudson
Brian Baumgartner
as Kevin Malone
Kate Flannery
as Meredith Palmer
Melora Hardin
as Jan Levinson
Angela Kinsey
as Angela Martin
Oscar Nunez
as Oscar Martinez
Phyllis Smith
as Phyllis Lapin
David Denman
as Roy Anderson
Mindy Kaling
as Kelly Kapoor
Paul Lieberstein
as Toby Flenderson
Will Ferrell
as Deangelo Vickers
Catherine Tate
as Nellie Bertram
Kathy Bates
as Jo Bennett
Amy Ryan
as Holly Flax
Idris Elba
as Charles Miner
Ellie Kemper
as Kelly 'Erin' Hannon
Zach Woods
as Gabe Lewis
David Koechner
as Todd Packer
Amy Adams
as Katy Moore
David Koechner
as Todd Packer
Andy Buckley (II)
as David Wallace
Linda Purl
as Helene
Greg Daniels
as Neighbor
Amy Pietz
as Donna
Tom Bower
as Uncle Heinrich
Tim Meadows
as Christian
Larry Wilmore
as Mr. Brown
Roseanne Barr
as Carla Fern
Oscar Martínez
as Oscar Nunez
Toby Huss
as Todd Packer
R.F. Daley
as Mr. O'Malley
Dennis Garber
as Jeame Albini
Shannon Cochran
as Pam's Mom (Helene Beesly)
Stephen Colbert
as Broccoli Rob
Maura Tierney
as Susan California
Linda Purl
as Helene
Sam Richardson
as Colin, Athlead Employee
Stephanie Lesh-Farrell
as Irritated Mother
Bob Glouberman
as Mr. Romanko
Carter Hastings
as Irritated Parents' Kid
Mitch Poulos
as Peter Rowley
Fred Cross
as Wesley Silver
Adam Lustick
as Athlead Employee
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