Articles for The Office Season 9

Viewers on the East Coast who missed out on Monday‘s episodes of The Voice and Revolution on NBC due to Hurricane Sandy coverage will get another chance to watch the shows.  Read more »
The awards season is in full swing and this morning the nominations were announced for the 19th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards. Honoring the best in film and television, the SAG Awards tend to be quite conservative, recognizing big names over smaller, more deserving shows.  Read more »
If you had your hopes up that Michael Scott would return to Dunder-Mifflin for The Office series finale in May, then I‘m afraid you‘re out of luck. Steven Carell confirmed to Access Hollywood that he‘s decided not to make a cameo. Read more »
When history looks back at the 2012-2013 TV season, it might be considered the year the sitcom died. Sure, there are massive hits like The Big Bang Theory that are getting monstrous ratings and Emmy-winning favorites like Modern Family, but those victories only underscore the many, many defeats the genre has suffered.  Read more »
We‘re one step closer to having a complete list of season finale dates for all of our favorite network TV shows now that NBC has made it official. There‘s a wide range, starting at the end of March with Whitney and going all the way until the latter half of June with The Voice and Hannibal. Read more »
After nine seasons and more than 200 episodes, the U.S. version of The Office came to an end Thursday night with a 75-minute series finale.  Read more »
This week we‘re taking a look at what looks like a fun coming-of-age film. The Way, Way Back stars The Office‘s Steve Carell as a guy who is dating the film‘s young hero - a shy, awkward 14-year-old (Liam James) who starts to come out of his shell when he gets a summer job and meets a whole new group of people.   Read more »
The morning of the Emmy Award nominations is one of my favorite days of the year. It‘s like Christmas, opening up the presents to see what gotnominated. I especially love the minor categories that might not get alot of attention, but are equally exciting.  Read more »
The 2013 Primetime Emmy Awards will air Sunday, September 22 at 8pm on CBS, but the Creative Arts ceremony is held on week earlier. While the ceremony is held Sunday night, viewers will have to wait until Saturday, September 21 to watch an edited version of the events on FXX.  Read more »
The biggest night of TV is here with the 65th Annual Emmy Awards. Hosted by Neil Patrick Harris, the three-hour telecast will honor the best in television over the past year, and I‘ll be here through the evening with the winners and my live analysis.  Read more »
The nominations have been announced for the 2014 People‘s Choice Awards.Glee leads the pack with eight nominations, including Favorite Network TV Comedy and nods for Chris Colfer, Darren Criss, Jane Lynch and Lea Michele. Both The Big Bang Theory and Grey‘s Anatomy come in second with five nominations each, and How I Met Your Mother, Supernatural, Castle, The Walking Dead and Vampire Diaries all have four. Read more »
FOX has given a 13-episode order to a new show that features the unlikely pairing of Hart Hanson, the creator of the network‘s hit series Bones, and The Office star Rainn Wilson,  Read more »
Office parties are sometimes fun, but mostly awkward. This is one of the few times each year where your coworkers are hopped up on sugar, feeling jolly, and quite possibly intoxicated all at once. People will over-share. They might make out with other staffers. They will definitely eat too much. And there are bound to be some uncomfortable gift exchanges for Secret Santa. But no matter how bad you think your office parties are, they are nothing compared to the chaos and the drama that went down in December at the Dunder Mifflin office in Scranton, PA. Here is a gif-tastic look back at why Dunder Mifflin always had such horrible, no good, very bad holiday parties.  Read more »
Whether you‘re snowed in (yet again) in the Northeast, have a late winter cold or just have nothing better to do, Netflix has your weekend plans already for you. Launched in the overnight of Friday, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt is up and ready to be binge-watched. Here are 4 reasons why you should be watching (and humming the catchy theme of) Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt all weekend long. Read more »
TV Show intros are a huge influence to our favorite shows‘ tones. They have the power to really put you in the mood for your favorite series, and when powerful enough, have you whistling them for the rest of the day. Some shows do a better job than others with this, and many classics have gone down in history as synonymous with that show. Here‘s a look at our favorite intros over the last five years. From Orange is the New Black to The Office, here‘s a look at our favorite TV show intros in the last five years. Read more »
More than any of medium, TV has sold the idea that "opposites attract." The more mismatched the couple the better, as far as TV is concerned. While it can lead to some interesting conflict, heavy chemistry and passionate pairings doesn‘t always work. Sometimes couples are so mismatched and ill-suited for one another that is stops being romantic and starts being strange. Here are 9 of the most confusing TV hook-ups ranked from "best" to worst. Read more »
Dads are the best and funniest members of the household -- they seem to think so anyway. Let‘s be honest, we‘re all guilty of enjoying a corny "dad joke" every now and then. If you‘re not familiar with what exactly a "dad joke" is, it‘s basically just a super cheesy comment or pun someone makes that you can‘t help but roll your eyes at but also chuckle to yourself at the same time. From Modern Family to The Walking Dead, here are 9 of the corniest dad jokes that have been told on television. Read more »
Revenge is a dish best served cold, and we‘ve definitely gotten to witness some cold-blooded revenge scenes over the years on television. Whether it be a mild-mannered paper salesman becoming overcome with paranoia over snowballs or a bottle of poisoned tequila that wipes out an entire drug cartel, there‘s something incredibly satisfying about a good revenge scene. Here are 7 of the most satisfyingly epic revenge scenes on TV. Read more »
It can be hard to say goodbye, especially to a beloved TV character. When a lead actor or actress decides to leave a TV show before it‘s over, it can put the show at risk of losing its steam. The storylines all have to switch gears, different characters have to carry the show and many fans are likely to stop watching. Keeping a show interesting after losing a fan-favorite character is a big challenge, and some shows are able to do it seamlessly while others really struggle to stay fresh. Let‘s look back at some shows that have stayed interesting despite losing a major character. Read more »
Technology controls our lives. Whether you like it or not, we depend on it for nearly everything these days. Because of this, many people have a lot of fears about what it‘s capable of doing. Whether those fears are rational or irrational, it certainly doesn‘t help when a TV show plays to those fears by acting out exactly what we‘re worried about. Let‘s take a look at seven times a TV show has perfectly summed up what scares us about technology. Read more »
Several TV shows make room for new villains, a reboot has finally found its female lead and the King of Pop‘s daughter is stepping into the spotlight while a long-running series is about to lose its lead star. Read on for more details. Read more »
These terrible, awful, no-good bosses will make your work life a living hell. They don‘t care about your boundaries or personal space. They don‘t give a crap if your kid‘s recital starts at 7 on the dot or that you‘ve had the flu for three days. They‘re jerks, and unfortunately for the folks that work for them, they‘re the boss. Read more »
Television revivals are all the rage. Recently it‘s been reported that NBC is planning potential reboots of The Office and Mad About You, following the success of Will and Grace‘s return. Is this a sign of more things to come in 2018, or the end of a trend?  Read more »