‘The Office’ to Stream Exclusively on NBCUniversal Service Beginning in 2021


Does this mean an Office spinoff, reboot, or revival would be held for the NBCU streaming service, or would they still go to NBC?

NBC's ad-supported streaming offering is set to launch in the first quarter next year.

"All nine seasons of this beloved NBC sitcom will be available on the company's soon-to-be-launched streaming service for five years, beginning 2021", the company added.

I'm skeptical of the idea that the 1.3 million USA households who dropped their traditional bundled TV service in the first three months of this year will spend much of the $100 a month that they're saving on a bunch of new streaming services.

Space Force doesn't have a production schedule or release date slated for Netflix yet, but it's possible the streaming service could time its debut to coincide with The Office leaving Netflix.

"The Office" ran on NBC's broadcast network prime-time schedule from 2005 to 2013. In April, the show was viewed almost twice as much as the next most-viewed program on streaming on-demand video, NBC added.

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The Office will be departing Netflix for NBCUniversal's future streaming platform, the original producer of the show announced Tuesday.

While Netflix has always been the best-known streaming service, other companies are encroaching on the company's territory.

The show has since become a Netflix staple for bingers to watch over and over again.

The not-shocking news gives the NBCUniversal service an attractive draw as it enters the streaming wars, though it removes a hefty payday if it had licensed the show to Netflix beyond 2020.

Netflix has been preparing for the loss of many of its licensed shows. It will feature NBC programming as well as content from outside producers. Unlike Netflix, the NBCU service will include advertising.

But the streaming landscape is changing now, and legacy media companies are trying to draw viewers with their own products.