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  1. Craig Robinson, Greg Daniels Comedy Gets Pilot Order at NBC

    6:23 pm 1/24/2013

    The Robinson vehicle will center around a talented musician, who adjusts to his new life as a middle school music teacher, where he maneuvers precocious kids, teacher politics, and the temptations of single moms. Read more

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  2. WGN America Nabs 'Parks and Recreation' Reruns (Exclusive)

    5:52 pm 1/23/2013

    The cable channel will begin airing the Amy Poehler comedy starting in September.Read more

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  3. 'The Office' EP Talks 'Changing' Endgame, Returning Cast and the Long Goodbye

    6:56 pm 1/16/2013

    Reaffirming there are no plans for Steve Carell to come back, showrunner Greg Daniels reveals who fans will see again, details about the documentary crew and that someone is getting canned.Read more

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  4. 'The Office's' Greg Daniels Sells Tennis Comedy to Fox

    1:51 pm 12/17/2012

    The single-camera vehicle revolves around a pro tennis player who returns to his college town to reboot his life and will be penned by Tom Gormican and Richie Keen.Read more

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  5. 'The Office' Creator Greg Daniels Sells Workplace Comedy to NBC With Craig Robinson Attached to Star

    2:32 pm 10/19/2012

    "Office" supervising producer Owen Ellickson is attached to pen the project, which revolves around a musician adjusting to life as a music teacher in a middle school.Read more

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  6. 'The Office' to End After Season 9

    11:13 am 8/21/2012

    UPDATED: NBC's long-running comedy will wrap after the upcoming season with Greg Daniels back as showrunner.Read more

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  7. 'The Office's' Greg Daniels, NBC RSVP for 'Friday Night Dinner'

    11:02 am 9/6/2011

    The British family comedy would be Daniels' second adaptation should the project go to series.Read more

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  8. Emmys 2011: 10 War Stories From the Writing Trenches

    7:37 pm 8/9/2011

    The scribes behind "Game of Thrones," "Mad Men," "The Office" and other nominated series confess to their toughest creative moments.Read more

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