Steve Carell is one of the funniest comedic actors around, but every so often he's called upon to play it straight. Matt Lauer brought up Carell's versatility on 'Today' (weekdays, 7AM on NBC), when he and Julianne Moore stopped by to promote their new fi more
The Office star Jenna Fischer steps out of her comfort zone in A Little Help, not only taking the lead role in a motion picture, but a very dramatic one at that. In an interview with our partner site, Movie Fanatic, Jenna discusses that role in great det more
The new boss at "The Office" has the support of the old boss.James Spader is joining the "Office" cast in the fall as the new CEO of Sabre, Dunder Mifflin's parent company. The man he's more or less replacing, Steve Carell, approves."I think it's an excel more
Jenna Fischer is pregnant in real life, and the producers of "The Office" have decided to roll with that fact.So Cece Halpert, get ready to meet your little brother or sister."Pam will be pregnant when the season starts," Fischer tells Vulture. "Pam and J more
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Jul 14, 2011 4:20PM EDT
Jenna Fischer has confirmed to Vulture that her real-life pregnancy is being written into the new season of The Office .
"Pam will be pregnant when the season starts," says Fischer, who announced her pregnancy in May... http://www.tvguide.com/News/Jenn more
Meet the new boss, very much not the same as the old boss.James Spader, who guest-starred on "The Office" season finale in May, will become a full-time member of the cast in the fall, NBC says. As reported earlier, his character, Robert California, will b more
If James Spader becomes the new CEO of Sabre on "The Office," then the Scranton branch is still going to need a new boss. And the latest word is that person may be someone we already know.As reported last week, Spader is in talks to join the NBC comedy in more
After all those guest stars, it looks like "The Office" may be hiring from within, after all.
Following star Steve Carell's summer announcement that he would leave the hit comedy he led for seven seasons as lovable dunce Michael Scott, the show's pro more