On May 16, we’ll say a last goodbye to the workers of the Dunder Mifflin Paper Company when “The Office” airs its series finale. After nine seasons, it’s going to be a rough night for fans of the mockumentary-style show, but especially for the cast and crew who will now begin new projects. For instance, John Krasinski will be promoting “Monsters University” and Jenna Fischer will make her Broadway debut in “Reasons To Be Happy.”
But to properly say goodbye to the fans, some of the cast and crew made a video to thank them for all their support. Fisher (Pam), Krasinski (Jim), Rainn Wilson (Dwight), David Denman (Roy) and executive producer and writer Michael Shur all sat down and divulged a few behind-the-scenes stories from the last nine seasons of "The Office."
In the video, the cast and crew reveal their favourite episodes and moments over the show, including when Steve Carell won a Golden Globe for playing MichaelRead More »from ‘The Office’ cast says goodbye to their fans after nine seasons