Everybody Stay Calm! Netflix Isn’t Pulling This Awesome Comedy Show

Please just (Netflix and) chill. No, Michael Scott is not leaving the online video streaming service ― at least for now.

Rumors abounded online this week that the American version of “The Office” was set to leave Netflix U.S. 

So I was just told that @netflix is getting rid of The Office? WHAT THE HELL, WHO APPROVED THIS???? I want a name, I’m just tryna talk

— Eric Palacios (@EricPalacios17) April 4, 2017

Netflix: “The Office is leaving Netflix.”
Me: pic.twitter.com/xZO9xtBrj0

— The Office (@TheOfficePosts) March 29, 2017

But for fans of the fictional paper company Dunder Mifflin, that’s luckily all they were — pesky internet falsehoods (The news wasn’t so good for fans of the British version of “The Office,” which left Netflix on March 31.). 

Netflix confirmed it had no plans to pull the U.S. comedy in the best possible way:

@EricPalacios17 this is not true! pic.twitter.com/FRogTJ44uv

— Netflix US (@netflix) April 4, 2017

It later used one of the show’s most iconic moments to repeat the message:

Fool me once, strike one. But fool me twice… strike three. pic.twitter.com/VVyUvWXqae

— Netflix US (@netflix) April 4, 2017



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