‘Office’ Closing Up Shop – Sitcom To End After Nine Seasons
Even the best businesses close at some point.
In the case of the Scranton branch of struggling, midsize paper concern Dunder Mifflin, that time will be next spring.
On Tuesday, Greg Daniels, executive producer of the Scranton-set NBC sitcom “The Office,” told The Times-Tribune that the show will come to an end following its ninth season, which begins in September.
“It’s been a good run,” Mr. Daniels said during a phone interview from the show’s production office in Los Angeles.