Kate Flannery
Kate Flannery, pictured at a Golden Globe Awards after-party in Beverly Hills on Jan. 10, 2016, dished on what she's been up to since "The Office" ended. Getty Images

Kate Flannery has a few exciting acting gigs coming up this month. The actress, who was a presenter at Saturday's Make-Up Artists and Hair Stylists Guild Awards in Hollywood, dished on where fans can find her next.

Even though Flannery said there's no plans for a reunion with her and her "The Office" cast members, she did tell International Business Times that she has a guest spot on "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" later this month. She'll be playing a woman named "Mean Marge" on the Feb. 23 episode, titled "Adrian Pimento."

The 51-year-old, who played Meredith Palmer on "The Office," also said she's going to be a part of NBC's "Must See TV: James Burrows" special, which airs Sunday at 9 p.m. EST.

"I got to sing with Jane [Lynch] for that special," Flannery teased, adding that she's going on tour with the former "Glee" actress for her cabaret-style show "See Jane Sing."

If fans want to know even more about where they can catch Flannery, the actress told IBT she's hoping to land more guest spots on Cartoon Network's animated series "Steven Universe." Flannery plays the overly enthusiastic Barbara Miller.

“I got to do a couple of episodes! I love those people, I love Cartoon Network," she gushed.

Besides some television appearances lined up, Flannery is also venturing into the video game franchise with Cartoon Network's recently launched "OK K.O.! Lakewood Plaza Turbo."