Goodbyes are always hard, as we learned from watching Steve Carrell's departure from "The Office" as Dunder-Mifflin boss Michael Scott in season seven. And now, we'll have to say goodbye to "The Office"-- the whole office--for good.
NBC announced that after nine wonderful seasons of workplace drama, "The Office" will end on Thursday, May 16 with a one-hour series finale.
Will we get a last glimpse of Dwight Schrute, played by Seattle's own Rainn Wilson, at his beloved bed-and-breakfast Schrute Farms? More bickering between everyone's favorite couple Jim and Pam?
We'll have to wait and see, as "The Office" boss Greg Daniels and the rest of the cast have been mum on what the grand finale will entail. However, fans shouldn't expect to see the return of Steve Carrell as Michael Scott.
"Steve is very much of the opinion that the "Goodbye Michael' episode and the story arc that we did leading up to it was his goodbye to the fans and to the show, and that the stuff we're doing this season is the goodbye that the rest of the show gets to have," Daniels said. "So at the moment we don't have any plans for him to come back."