Thursday, March 26, 2009

"The Office" / Discussion Panel

There is no questions that NBC's The Office is a ratings powerhouse. Residing within the networks Thursday Night Line-Up, The Office seems to be the show that most audiences can relate to. HOLLYSCOOP.COM recently caught up with the cast @ The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences for a star-studded Discussion Panel. Actors like, Steve Carell, John Krasinski, Jenna Fischer, Rainn Wilson, & BJ Novak, all came together for a viewing of the mockumentary minions, "Inside The Office." 

The event was filled with plenty of laughs and plenty of jokes where we got the scoop on the success of the hit show. When asked why the show is such a hit, Rain Wilson jokingly explained, "By all means thats why I was brought on the show, just for sex appeal ya know." BJ Novak & Jenna Fischer believe that the shows success is accredited to the writers and crew. Fischer told us, "I think the show is a really terrific blend of writers actors and a terrific terrific crew, I cant say enough about our crew. Its really like the perfect storm of people." 

The Office is an American adaptation of the BBC hit show, Originally Created by Stephen Merchant & Ricky Gervais. The Office which was originally a 2005 mid-season replacement has had audiences laughing for years. What's next for the minds behind the show? Executive Producer, Greg Daniels is teaming up with SNL's Amy Poehler for the debut of "Parks & Recreation" which will be appropriately delivered to us on Thursday Nights after "The Office." This is definitely Must See TV. Written By: Ronnie Jr / Hollyscoop.com

4 comments:

SafetyPinMyHeart said...

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Anonymous said...

Ronnie Jr! you're A-mazing!!! with everything you do.... i see big things ahead for you sir! that's coming to you straight from sin's scoop :D love you

LiLsPeeZy said...

Man BiG Ronnie just like high school always showin off his people skills. Nice Blog bro looking forward to more

joseph Gettright said...

thumbs up to you ronnie...