Netflix has made it official. The Office will be leaving the streaming service on December 31. After that, the show will be available to stream on Peacock.
The Office originally aired on NBC in 2005 and ran through 2013. In that time, the series saw Emmy nominations and huge ratings. When The Office found a streaming home on Netflix, it quickly gained popularity again, both from viewer who were ready to rewatch all nine seasons and those who were being introduced to the Dunder Mifflin crew for the first time.
We first reported that The Office would likely be leaving Netflix for NBC’s own streaming service last April. With a licensing deal set to expire at the end of the year, just months after the launch of Peacock, the move is unsurprising.
According to Nielsen reports, The Office was the most streamed show on Netflix at the time when rumors of the series leaving the platform started.
For those who want to keep streaming The Office, Peacock has three subscription options: Premium Free (with ads), Peacock Premium for $4.99/month and Peacock Premium with no ads for $9.99/month.
For those who want to own the series, the full DVD set is available on sale for just $45 on Amazon.