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The Office The Complete Series Unboxing

Over 201 episodes between 2005-2013, The Office grew from a little-known and hopeless remake of British television royalty into one of the most celebrated, acclaimed, and quoted sitcoms in television history. As its tone diverged considerably from its UK counterpart, it quickly and confidently became its own beast and was showered with awards including a Peabody, two SAG Awards, a Golden Globe and four Primetime Emmys. Not bad for a show that was pretty panned in its first season! 

After years of only being available on DVD and streaming platforms here in the UK, the lovely folks at Fabulous Films have put the entire show together in HD with a Blu-ray boxset that is simply bursting with content. With 188 episodes in glorious high definition and over 30 hours of bonus features, this incredible, celebratory release is the definitive package of the acclaimed series. 

“Would I rather be feared or loved? Easy. Both. I want people to be afraid of how much they love me.” – Michael Scott (Steve Carell)

For fans and newcomers alike, this boxset is an essential purchase that will offer hundreds of hours of entertainment.

We took a look at the Blu-ray boxset…


  • Hours of Deleted Scenes
  • Extended Episodes
  • Episode Commentaries
  • Blooper Reels
  • Webisodes
  • Michael Scott’s Dunder Mifflin Ad
  • Promos
  • Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Presents: The Office
  • Original Cast Audition Tapes
  • Finale Table Read
  • Cast Farewells
  • and much, much more…!

THE OFFICE: THE COMPLETE SERIES is available now on Blu-ray from Fabulous Films

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