NBC is hoping to bring back both The Office and 30 Rock though neither classic sitcom has been confirmed just yet.
Editor David Rogers explains why Jim's most legendary prank got axed from the series finale.
Relive the final season of this hit NBC sitcom with all 23 episodes plus a slew of bonus features including auditions from the first season.
The actor will be back in a brief cameo appearance as former Dunder Mifflin regional manager Michael Scott in the May 16th finale on NBC.
Racheal Harris, Joan Cusack and Ed Begley Jr. will also appear in the final episode of this NBC sitcom, airing Thursday, May 17th.
The actor was spotted on the set of the final episode, though producers aren't confirming that Michael Scott will return.
The actor believes that the show is going out on a high note with their best season in years.
NBC will bid farewell to the hit comedy series after nine seasons and exactly 200 episodes.
The legendary comedienne will help Ed Helms finally leave the paper company to break into showbiz.
NBC will close the doors on Dunder-Mifflin this May without the help of Michael Scott.
It is not known which final episode the Iron Man director will helm, as he figures out scheduling issues.
Executive producer Greg Daniels reveals that additional material will be shot for this reworked episode that will air before the series finale in May.
Rainn Wilson would have reprised his Dwight Schrute role, taking over his family's beet farm.
A new look at the cast offers a few intriguing details about the fate of this popular NBC series' final season.
Also known for his voice work on Kick Buttowski, the actor will play Dwight's mysterious cousin Zeke.
Executive producer Greg Daniels will return as the show runner until the end of the series, saying that the finale is "pretty cool".
The actress will play Fannie Schrute, the younger sister of Rainn Wilson's Dwight Schrute in this potential new series.
The Mindy Project star/creator will appear in at least two episodes of the hit NBC comedy series.
The Kick-Ass star will play a new Dunder Mifflin employee as NBC reboots the popular comedy this fall.
Rainn Wilson's character Dwight Schrute will move out of Dunder Mifflin and into a bed and breakfast business with his family.