The Office and other popular NBC shows may be pulled off Netflix as the television network prepares to launch a rival service.
NBCUniversal could cut the comedy show along with the likes of Parks and Recreation, The Good Place and The West Wing in order to increase the chances of success for their unnamed service coming in 2020.
It was revealed Monday as Chief Executive Officer Steve Burke spoke in an interview about their plans for the upcoming offer that will be free to viewers who already pay to watch their programs and movies but funded by advertising.
'We believe that the best way to gain scale quickly is to leverage our partnership with cable and satellite companies and to offer our premium product free to consumers,' Wall Street Journal reports Burke said.
But with the licensing agreement expiring in 2021, fans have a while to adjust.