After being a staple of the Netflix series lineup for years, The Office made the move to Peacock, NBC’s streaming service, late in 2020 and is now the centerpiece of their platform. With the 16-year anniversary of the very first episode, Peacock has made all nine seasons available for free between 3/18-3/24.
It’s great news for any Office fan who has yet to make the jump over to Peacock. It’s been a few months now since the show graced the Netflix lineup so a bit of yearning to relive the better episodes likely exists. Whether or not this helps Peacock bring in new subscribers remains to be seen but it will be a nice treat for those who have felt the void since it left Netflix.
The American adaption of The Office began its run in March of 2005 and ran until 2013. Despite being off the air for the better part of a decade, the show still pulls in big numbers and has remained relevant.
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