Is Jim Going To Be In "The Office" Reboot?

It isn't official yet, but there are rumors that NBC is reviving it's infamous series, The Office for a potential tenth season! The rumors are out there but the network still hasn't made a comment to confirm any details about the potential comeback of the beloved series.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, sources have confirmed that NBC is keeping their eye on bringing back The Office and are currently searching for a new regional manager for Dunder Mifflin. A source confirmed that Steve Carell is not expected to be a part of the potential revival. Hopefully we do see returning faces like Mindy Kaling, Rainn Wilson, Jenna Fischer and how could we not forget, John Krasinski.

Speaking of John, he recently appeared on The Ellen Show to promote his new scary movie, "A Quiet Place". Towards the end of the interview, Ellen DeGeneres asked the actor if he has heard anything or is going to be a part of a revival of The Office. It turns out John has NOT received a call yet from the network saying, "I did hear that, on the Internet," he continues saying, "Guess who didn't get a call... me!"


Ellen follows up her question asking if John would reprise his role as Jim to which John says, "Are you kidding? I would love to get that gang back together."

*Spoiler alert* Last we saw Jim Halpert, he was working for a sport's marketing company that was now located in Austin, Texas, changing its name to Athleap. Unbeknownst to Jim, his wife Pam was selling the couple's home to support Jim and move their family to Austin so that Jim can continue working for the company.

How will that ending lead to Jim making a comeback in Scranton? We have no idea, or if The Office is actually even going to do a comeback! All we know is there is NO WAY to have The Office exist without him!

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