NBC’s The Office without Steve Carell is now a reality. First, he let it slip while promoting Date Night that he was considering an exit when his contract expires at the end of the upcoming 7th season. Now Carell confirmed his plans to reporters while promoting his next feature Despicable Me. No big surprise here, and NBC brass already said at the upfronts that they are making plans for the show in the event of Carell’s departure.
Steve Carell Hasn't Changed His Mind… (Still Planning To Leave 'The Office' Next Year)
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