John Krasinski really wants 'The Office' revival to go down

Fans are eagerly awaiting for news that "The Office" will return and that includes one of the former stars John Krasinski.

Brittany King

John Krasinski is still holding out hope that The Office revival will actually happen. 


The 38-year-old who breathed life into Jim Halpert on the former hit NBC sitcom revealed in a new interview that he's eagerly awaiting the call from the network that they've greenlit a revival. 

I would love to do that. I think it would be a sort of 'Where Are They Now' kind of thing. That would be really fun.

"Every single day, people said, 'By the end, were you guys kind of tired of each other?' I was like, 'No no no, we had the most fun up until the last day,'" he told The Wrap of his former cast. "I would love to play with those guys again and do something. It really comes down to the idea... the original British show, the best thing was they had a Christmas episode it was a one-off. I would love to do that. I think it would be a sort of 'Where Are They Now' kind of thing. That would be really fun."


Krasinski went on to say that he still hasn't heard from NBC regarding a potential reboot, even after his appearance on the Ellen DeGeneres Show last month where he first admitted that he was down for a revival.


"I would totally be interested!" he explained. "I still have yet to get a call. I am surprised that after Ellen and all that I haven't gotten a call, so I haven't heard anything about it, other than on the internet the internet is making the show."


"Twitter is shooting The Office reboot," the actor continued to joke. "I don't know if any of us are going to be a part of it!"


Give the people what they want, NBC!

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