'The Office': Steve Carell and John Krasinski Reflect On 15th Anniversary Of The Show
Everyone's favorite show The Office first hit our screens 15 years ago on March 24th, 2005. The creators and actors had no idea what impact the show would really have. John Krasinski and Steve Carell held a video conference on John's YouTube to reminisce on the series.
It's been 15 years since we were first blessed with the ridiculously goofy The Office. John Krasinski teamed up with his old on-screen boss Steve Carell to remember it.
The Office's John Krasinski Brings Positivity To Fans During COVID-19 Fear
A Quiet Place director, John Krasinski, has begun a YouTube channel to entertain fans at home called "Some Good News" to lift spirits during this dark and scary time. One of his first guests on the show was his former TV boss, Steve Carell! The two dressed up in work-appropriate suits for the video-chat and spoke about their time on this award winning mockumentary series, The Office.
Neither expected anything big to come from it, John even admitting he went back to waiting tables after filming the pilot. "Oh how the turn tables." The two spoke about their favorite scenes, such as the infamous "Dinner Party" episode where every cast member and even the film crew struggled to avoid laughing uncontrollably.
NBC Pulling The Office From Netflix
The Office is still the most viewed show on Netflix, rightly so, and has an especially higher traffic at the moment due to lock-downs and quarantines all over the country. Be sure to take advantage while you can because Netflix will only be hosting The Office until the end of 2020 because NBC will be pulling the prized possession for its own streaming service. This controversial move has lead to outrage across America so binge it as much as you can before it's too late.
Check out the full episode of Some Good News here: