The Office US co-creator Greg Daniels has once against spoke about the future of the show, stating that if it ever comes back, it won't be as a reboot.
Speaking to The Wrap, the TV boss said: "I don't like to think of anything as a reboot, you know what I mean? Because I feel like we ended that story beautifully. The characters had closure.
"I would never want to redo that same show with a different cast, because I think we got the luckiest cast, the best cast ever, in TV, to do that show. So the notion of a reboot is not of interest."
He does have some idea of what he would like to do if the show ever comes back, and that's a spin-off (or a sister show, he's not too sure of the terminology).
"The notion of maybe something like the way The Mandalorian is a new show in the Star Wars universe, you know what I mean? Something like the notion of this documentary crew doing a documentary about a different subject," he explained.
"That, I think, could be intriguing and creative. But I don't even know what you would call that. I don't know if that's like a sister show or something. I don't know what the term is. But it doesn't feel like 'reboot' would be the appropriate term for that."
There were reports in September that Daniels was moving forward with something The Office-based, but he called it "very speculative" and he will make an announcement as soon as there is news worth announcing.
He said: "The fact that it kind of blew up based on one line in a Puck piece was kind of cool, I guess, in the sense that the fans still care a lot."
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