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The US version of The Office was already a highly popular sitcom before its nine seasons debuted on Netflix. However, the workplace comedy has gotten even more popular since it has been on the streaming service. Millions of new fans, some of which were not even born when the show first debuted in 2005, have been entertained by the workers of the Scranton, Pennsylvania branch of the Dunder Mifflin Paper Company. However, that time is now past. So has The Office left Netflix?

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The answer is, “It depends where you live”. We will tell you if the Office left Netflix in the US, and where you can (legally) stream The Office on a relatively new streaming service, NBCUniversal’s Peacock.

 

When does The Office leave Netflix in the US?

The show had its last day on Netflix in the US on December 31, 2020.

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When does The Office begin on Peacock?

NBCUniversal started streaming the show on its Peacock service in the US starting on January 1, 2021.

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Does Peacock have any extra Office content?

Not only does Peacock have all nine seasons of The Office, but it includes some extras. You can watch the first and third seasons of the Office with extended scenes, which are being called “Superfan episodes”. You can also watch behind-the-scenes footage from the show including interviews with the cast and crew and even bloopers, on Peacock.

Peacock also has a 24/7 channel called The Office Zen. It’s described as giving subscribers a way to access “ambient noise devoted to the sights and sounds of the office for anyone working at home.”

Will the show be available for free on Peacock?

The first two seasons of The Office are free to stream on Peacock, with ads. However, the rest of the show’s episodes and seasons normally requires a subscription to Peacock Premium. You can watch season 3-9 for $4.99 a month with ads, or $9.99 a month without ads. 

Has The Office left Netflix completely?

Not quite. On the same day that the show departed Netflix for Peacock for US viewers, it started becoming available for Netflix streamers in the UK and Ireland.

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