Many American’s worst nightmare will be coming true at the end of December when “The Office” is taken off Netflix for good.

It was announced in 2019 that the beloved sitcom was leaving the platform and only going to be aired strictly on NBC Universal’s streaming service Peacock beginning in January 2021.

The show first aired on NBC from the years 2005-2013. There are nine seasons of shenanigans of Michael Scott, Dwight Schrute, Jim & Pam Halpert and the rest of the Dunder Mifflin staff.

“The Office” is statistically one of the most-watched shows on Netflix.

As fans have learned about this news throughout the past few weeks, they’ve been taking their thoughts and anger to social media in hopes of possibly saving their favorite show.

“The Office” isn’t the only fan-favorite that’s leaving the platform, or to have left the platform already.

“Gossip Girl,” “Dexter,” “The Notebook,” all the “Indiana Jones’” movies and the “Back To The Future” movies are just a few others that’ll be missed by many as their departure dates also approach. “Friends” and “Parks and Recreation”
left the platform earlier in 2020, which also caused a huge upset.

Some are even considering canceling their subscription to the streaming service.

Americans who don't use Peacock can still watch “The Office” by purchasing episodes, seasons, or the whole series on iTunes or Amazon in order to have it forever. The complete series is on sale on Amazon for just $49.96, when originally it costs close to $80.

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Pictured is the cast of NBC’s “The Office” series. NBC