You are currently browsing the Abbas Karimjee's Weblog blog archives for the day Monday, April 23rd, 2012.

Noor Kids

Marriage Event 2014

Silk Road Directory

Alicia Ali

Glamorous Modesty

Meta

  • Register
  • Log in
  • Entries RSS
  • Comments RSS
  • WordPress.org

  • Live visitor conversion tracking, Counter, Anti-spam, Heat map, SEO
    Today: 2
    Yesterday: 9
    This Week: 51
    Last Week: 122
    This Month: 410
    Last Month: 390
    Total: 7143

Archive for April 23rd, 2012

The Office to Possibly Have A Reboot With A Second Version

Monday, April 23, 2012 @ 10:04 AM
Abbas Karimjee[ Administrator/ Owner]

The Office’s BJ Novak[ Ryan

Indeed, NBC’S The Office has faced a great deal of changes in its current eighth season with Steve Carrell  having departed from the role of Michael Scott  which  ultimately led to the introduction of  James Spader’s character, Robert California as the CEO of Sabre causing Ed Helm’s  character, Andy Bernard to take on the role of regional manager of the Scranton branch . Now the comedic series faces the prospect of having  a new version created if it is renewed for a ninth season. According to a report from Deadline,  executive producer Greg Daniels will soon  be meeting with  executives at NBC network to discuss  the possibility of the  new version  which would include the show’s existing characters as well as new ones.

While the spinoff would ideally include all of the show’s current characters, actors John Krasinski[ Jim], Jenna Fischer[Pam, BJ Novak[ Ryan] and Ed Helms[ Andy] are still negotiating contracts for the potential forthcoming season.  Both Krasinski and Helms have films lined up  which would require reduced number of  episodes to accommodate their  involvement with film productions. At the same time, Raiin Wilson is expected to depart from the show to star in a  Dwight based spinoff which is currently scheduled to  debut in  early 2013.James Spader would not appear  as Robert California as the actor  announced in  Februry 2012 that he has decided to leave his post at The Office. Obviously  many of these factors will need to be given consideration as a new direction for the show is considered.

What are your thoughts on  a  new version of The Office and what differences would you like to see to this version. Particularly, what types of characters would you like to see  in this new version?How do you think Raiin Wilsons absence and the possible reduced roles of Krasinki and  Helms would impact the show?

Sound off in the comments section!