Well, it's official: The Office is leaving Netflix .
Michael Scott and the rest of Dunder Mifflin will head for another streaming service that will appear in January 2021 in 2018. The Office eventually had to leave the service – or at least see some huge contract renegotiations .
The departure of the show was rumored several times before, but they were quickly debunked. Now the word for the end date comes directly from Netflix itself:
NBC supports this with a press release here saying that they are planning to keep it "as soon as it launches its own service for streaming. In other words: "Yes, this is the most popular custom show on the internet, of course, we return it." (Or to paraphrase Michael G. Scott: "Sometimes I start [streaming service] and do not even know where it goes I just hope to find him on the way. "
It was a good move. Over the past few years, the service has been in a more or less endless cycle in our household (though, of course, this cycle is restarted several seasons before the actual end, because, well, come on.)
up there, you have more of a year to finish looking at it, be it for the first time or 81st. Will I get my departure to sign up for another streaming service? Probably not. Will it just make me buy the whole bloody thing in iTunes / Google Play / anything so I can play it in the background by the end of time? This is a little more likely.
I can not decide whether to end this with Michael Scott "NOOOOOO" GIF or Kelly Kapoor "Number one, how do you laugh?" So imagine that mood is something like a combination. of both.