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‘The Office’ leaving Netflix yet another crushing blow by 2020?

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Adrianna P.R Rhodes-Maxwell
Adrianna P.R Rhodes-Maxwellhttps://theinternationaltelegraph.news/
Editorial Team Rating: 4-AAAA Primary Journalism Sector(s): Arts& Entertainment, Business, Culture Adrian Rhodes-Maxwell covers crime, breaking news and general assignments for the International Telegraph.

It’s true, The Office is leaving the popular streaming service Netflix come January 1st 2021. No more binge watching the entire series for the umpteenth time, no more using it as background noise for your afternoon nap. Well no more on Netflix that is. Sadly all 9 seasons will be removed from the platform December 31st 2020 so get all your binges in now because it was only a matter of time before Netflix’s contract with NBC ran out. We all sort of knew this was coming as you may remember Netflix had actually announced the deal back in June of 2019. Doesn’t make it any less painful though. The “good” news is it isn’t really going away, its just being moved to yet another streaming service, “Peacock” NBC Networks new streaming service. So while you’re making more space on your devices for another platform, and room in your wallets for the ad free experience, let’s take a look back at some of my favorite moments from The Office.

Jim puts Dwight’s stuff in Jell-O

The Pilot Season 1 Episode 1

Dwight’s Complaints About Jim

“Conflict Resolution” Episode 21 Season 2

The “Dundies”

Season 2 Episode 1

Ryan Started the Fire

Episode 4 Season 2

The Bird Funeral

“Grief Counseling” Episode 4 Season 3

Prison Mike

“The Convict” Season 3 Episode 9

Dwight’s Bed and Breakfast

“Money” Seventh and Eighth Episode of Fourth Season

The entire “Dinner Party” episode

Season 4 Episode 13

Dwight Fights Himself

“Murder” Season 6 Episode 10

Radio Prank

“The Boat” Season 9 Episode 6

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