Craig Robinson Says Fans are Begging Him to Keep 'The Office' From Leaving Netflix

“I don’t have anything to do with that,” the actor-comedian said on Tuesday’s episode of ‘Late Night With Seth Meyers.’

In an effort to keep NBC’s The Office on Netflix, fans are reaching out to Craig Robinson, who played Darryl Philbin, for help.

On Tuesday, Robinson appeared on Late Night With Seth Meyers, where he spoke about the show's transition to NBCUniversal's new streaming platform.

Since it was announced that The Office will soon stream exclusively on NBCU's Peacock, some fans of the hit sitcom are objecting to the show’s removal from Netflix. Robinson revealed that every couple of weeks, fans have reached out via Instagram to ask him to stop the transition.

“I want to answer back, but I kind of like them thinking I have that power,” Robinson joked.

“I don’t have anything to do with that,” he continued. “Peacock is getting it.”

Although The Office premiered its final episodes over seven years ago, the workplace mockumentary is still beloved by fans, both old and new.

“It was a dream come true,” Robinson said of his experience on the show. “I love deadpan humor.”

“I saw the English version [of The Office] on a plane one time,” he explained. “Don’t know how I came across it. Loved it, didn’t see it. Then, I saw a picture of David Brent (Ricky Gervais) on the side of a 7-Eleven. I was like ‘Oh!,’ and I figured out how to watch it. And then fell in love with the show… It was serendipitous for my life.”

The actor-comedian also revealed himself to be a massive Seth Meyers fan, as he praised the host for his “second-to-second brilliance” on Saturday Night Live.

"People don’t talk about Seth Meyers enough,” Robinson said. “The talents you’ve got, man. You can go into any voice.”

At that, the Brooklyn Nine-Nine star dove into a rapid-fire of requests of impressions for Meyers to perform. The host impersonated political figures such as Rudy Giuliani and senators Mitch McConnell, Lindsey Graham and Bernie Sanders, along with an “evil German voice” and comedian Dennis Miller.

The Office is set to leave Netflix on Dec. 31.

Watch the full interview below.