(LOS ANGELES) — Insert that gif of Steve Carell’s Michael Scott screaming “NO!” right here — The Workplace is leaving Netflix…but it surely shall be heading completely to NBC’s streaming platform Peacock in January.
In a press announcement designed to appear like an inter-office memo from paper firm Dunder Mifflin, the streaming service declared that The Workplace, a “documentary” containing “footage that was shot at Dunder Mifflin Scranton between 2005 and 2013,” shall be coming to the platform.
All 201 episodes of the acclaimed sitcom shall be transferring to Peacock, together with “Superfan Episodes” containing never-before-seen footage, curated themed episodes, clip playlists, in addition to “The Workplace Zen,” a 24/7 channel of ambient noise of the, “sights and sounds of an workplace for anybody working at residence.”
And for one more deep minimize from the present, the memo from Dunder Mifflin’s onetime CEO David Wallace closes with a reference to the “unlucky cartoon mouse/duck watermark fiasco from 2007.”
Peacock Premium will run you $9.99 a month; a inexpensive commercials-included possibility prices $4.99/month.
By Stephen Iervolino
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