Jenna Fischer, John Krasinski, "The Office"

To celebrate its new home at Peacock, ‘The Office’ releases a never-before-seen scene

NBC’s “The Office” closed up shop in 2013, but apparently NBC has been holding on to comedy gold all these years.

To mark “The Office’s” move to the Peacock streaming service, NBC Universal released this never-before-seen cold open apparently filmed for the ninth and final season and never aired.

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John Krasinski, "SomeGoodNews"

John Krasinski reunites ‘The Office’ cast for the most romantic reason ever

John Krasinski remains the gift who keeps on giving – and last night, he gave us “The Office” reunion we’ve been clamoring for.

On his YouTube series “SomeGoodNews,” or SGN, as he calls it, Krasinski surprised a couple, Susan and John, who re-enacted his character Jim’s proposal to Pam (Jenna Fischer).

“You now have proved that proposal works a hundred percent of the time now,” he told them.

Then he told the “Office” superfans that he had gotten ordained as a minister just for them, and they had to get married right now.

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The cast of "Happy Endings"

Seven series to help you survive the shutdown

You have too much time on your hands.

Here to help.

Here are seven series guaranteed to get you through the worst of times, the best of times, any time you need some quality viewing.

“Happy Endings” (ABC, 2011-2013, three seasons, 57 episodes): It’s just six misfit friends trying to get by. No, not that show. Here, the jokes and pop culture shots soar at warp speed. You may find it, as Penny (Casey Wilson) would say, “A-MAH-ZING.” Here’s just the start to one of its great episodes, when a prank on Max (Adam Pally) takes a dark (but hilarious) turn: Continue reading “Seven series to help you survive the shutdown”