Fans of The Office (and we are Legion ) have reason to rejoice. Co-stars (and BFFs from Real Life) Jenna Fisher and Angela Kinsey announced today that they've released a new podcast called the Ladies Office in which they we will be breaking up a new episode of NBC's favorite TV series and giving exclusive behind-the-scenes stories. The two will also answer fans' questions, and while this has not been confirmed, one hopes they will eventually introduce former co-stars, writers and maybe even directors to offer an additional idea of the series.
"I am glad to be working with my best friend Angela Kinsey. So many memories flood in as we go back and watch the episodes ̵
1; I haven't seen many since they aired, "Fisher said. "As we conclude the show's 15th anniversary, it was a great time to share our stories and behind-the-scenes trivia with the fans. In addition to talking about the Service
you can also hear us talk a little bit about our lives, our Target Meeting Together, our friendship over the years. It is very funny. "
Image via NBC " This show combines two of my favorite things: Office
and going out to my real life BFF, Jenna Fisher! Office
was such a no a probable chapter of our lives and it means so much to us that we can share some of our memories of shooting it with our audience, Kinsey said. "There will be a lot of behind-the-scenes stories and many of us are just BFFs. So come on! What are you waiting? Press me and Jenna on the couch and let's watch The Office
together again! "
The podcast will be part of Earwolf's comedy network, Stitcher and will launch on October 16th. Sounds a lot like Josh Malina's West Wing Week breaks down an episode of West Wing every week with guests related to that particular episode or series as a whole. Although Office Ladies sounds like it's a little more focused on Fisher and Kinsey's privacy and friendship. With the Office ready to leave Netflix in early 2020, fans will be able to watch with Fisher and Kinsey to the point through streaming. Then the office has to start on WarnerMedia HBO Max's own streaming service. Of course, you can also buy a DVD box – which includes your own comments, deleted scenes and behind the scenes extras.
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