Fans of The Office (and we are legion ) have reason to rejoice. Co-stars (and actual BFFs) Jenna Fischer and Angela Kinsey today announced that they have launched a new podcast called Office Ladies where they will break Download a new episode of the beloved NBC series each week and give exclusive stories behind the scenes. The two will also answer fan questions, and although it is not confirmed, it is hoped that they will eventually bring in former co-stars, writers and perhaps even directors to provide further insight into the series.
works with my best friend Angela Kinsey. So many memories flow in as we go back and look at the sections ̵
1; many of them I haven't seen since they were broadcast, Fischer said. “When we were shut down on the 15th anniversary of the show, it seemed like a good time to share our stories and trivia behind the scenes with fans. In addition to talking about The Office
you can also hear us chat a little about our lives, our goals go together, our friendship over the years. It is very fun. ”
Image via NBC " This show combines two of my favorite things: The Office
and getting to hang out with my real life, Jenna Fischer! The Office
was a fantastic chapter in our lives and it means so much to us that we lets share some of our memories of filming it with our pu look, said Kinsey. "There will be lots of behind the scenes stories and many of us are just BFF. So come on! What are you waiting for? Snuggle up next to me and Jenna on the couch and let's look back The Office
The podcast will be part of Earwolf, Stitcher's comedy network and will be launched on October 16. It sounds quite similar to Josh Malina s The West Wing Weekly which breaks down a section of The West Wing every week with guests related to the specific episode or series as a whole, although Office Ladies sounds like it might be a little more focused on personal life and friendship between Fischer and Kinsey.
With Office ready to leave Netflix in early 2020, fans will be able to see along with Fischer and Kinsey to a point via streaming, then Office will be launched on WarnerMedia's own streaming service HBO Max. Of course you can also only buy the DVD box which contains your own comments, deleted scenes and behind the scenes extra.
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