Dunder Mifflin Scranton has left the building. The office left Netflix on the 1st. January at midnight for the new exclusive streaming service from NBCUniversal’s Peacock – and it’s really hard to say goodbye (that’s what she said). As of the new year, the original 201 episodes, covering nine seasons, will be available on Peacock’s streaming service with extensive superfan episodes. In addition to previously unreleased sequences and previously deleted scenes, the Office comes to Peacock with new content and other additions, such as thematic episode collections, clip playlists, a streaming ambient sound system and other special features.
From 1. In January, only six episodes of season 1 and 22 episodes of season 2 of The Office are available on the Peacock set, without commercials. Superfan and the seven other seasons are reserved for customers who subscribe to Peacock Premium ($4.99 per month with advertising) and Peacock Premium Plus ($9.99 per month without advertising).
Special features that are only available at Peacock include
1. Each episode (201 in total) originally broadcast by the Agency will be broadcast exclusively on Peacock.
2. Episodes of Superfan containing previously unreleased sequences and deleted scenes in extended segments of the original series, starting in season 3 and up in March. You can see an example here.
3. In February the original series and episodes of Superfan will be available in Spanish with Spanish subtitles.
4. In addition to the episodic content, videos will also be distributed behind the scenes. These include bloopers, essays and interviews.
5. Collections of themed episodes, such as the best holiday parties and guest appearances of Scranton Branch, are all organized for easy viewing.
6. A series of playlists with clips on chronic shenanigans (feat. Jim Halpert, Dwight K. Schrute); office romances (feat. Jim Halpert, Pam Beasley); and words of office wisdom (feat. former Regional Director Michael Scott).
7. Office Zen, a 24 hours a day, 7 days a week environmental sound system dedicated to office images and sounds for those who work from home.
8. Launch of dedicated desktop channels on GIPHY and TikTok where fans can share the best of Dunder Mifflin.
The Office’s return to the NBC family opens up access to many additional content that we originally shot, said Greg Daniels, creator of the Office’s U.S. version, in a press release. The Peacock team wanted to create the ultimate destination for the fans, so I went back to the daytime images with the editors of the original series and found new images that had been edited due to time pressure, but were still fun to watch. You can choose to view the classic version of the series, or if you’re a super fan, you can look at extensive cuts to this new shot and other deleted scenes that we have gradually released since season 3.
added Mr. Daniels: The experience at the Peacock should feel like a celebration of the office for the fans.
This is how Netflix subscribers say goodbye to the office:
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