After almost seven years from the airing of the last episode, a new docuseries based on The Office. Fan Level Midnight: Devoted to The Office it will be focused entirely on the fans of the series. Anecdotes will be told and the secrets of everyone's beloved sitcom will finally be revealed. In fact, it does not often happen to obtain a huge success that continues over time. Some rumors have stated that, given the huge following, the NBC he would have paid more than $ 500 million to keep them The Office far from Netflix.
The Office is a sitcom created by Ricky Gervais e Stephen Merchant in 2005. Based on the British series of the same name, despite all the internal criticism revealed by the former NBC executive Kevin reilly, in 2013 it reached nine seasons. Using the fake documentary technique, it tells the stories of colleagues from Dunder Mifflin in Scranton (Pennsylvania). Employees will be intent on keeping their jobs at any cost, resisting the discounted and misplaced humor of branch manager Michael Scott.
Inside Fan Level Midnight: Devoted to The Office the stories of the biggest fans of the series will be told. For example, we will talk about the Arizona mechanic who saved a life using resuscitation techniques that are shown in an episode, or the experience of Sarah McKenzie Baron, interpreter of Michael Scott in the musical parody of The Office. As for the protagonists of the original series we will find: David Baker (Stanley Hudson), Andy Buckley (David Wallace), Robert Shafer (Bob Vance, Vance Refrigeration), Calvin Tenner (Glenn), together with director and producer Paul Feig.
We know the show will be directed by Shawn Cauthen, but there is still no talk of a probable official release date. We also remind you of the intent of the producers of The Office in wanting to make a series based on smart-working, in honor of the current crisis caused by Covid-19. As usual, we will not fail to keep you updated on all the upcoming news.