James Spader to leave The Office

From Variety:

James Spader is leaving “The Office” early.

The network confirmed the Emmy-winning actor isn’t going to return for a ninth season of the NBC series, a decision made at the actor’s behest.

“James always wanted this to be a one-year arc, and he now leaves us having created one of the most enigmatic and dynamic characters in television,” said “Office” executive producer Paul Lieberstein. “He’s been a great friend to me and the show, helping us successfully transition into the post-Michael Scott years, and I’m grateful for that.”

Link: James Spader won’t return for more ‘Office’

Creed Bratton in ‘The Ghastly Love of Johnny X’

Summary: Johnny X and his misfit gang of juvenile delinquents from outer space are sentenced to Earth where “ghastly” is the word! With highly stylized musical numbers, tons of genuinely humorous dialogue and wacky plot twists, this is the only sci-fi dark comedy musical romance you need to see this year.

Starring: Will Keenan, Creed Bratton, De Anna Joy Brooks, Reggie Bannister, Les Williams, Jed Rowen, Kate Maberly, Paul Williams, and Kevin McCarthy

Website: The Ghastly Love of Johnny X

Release Date: March 3, 2012 at the Cinequest 22 Film Festival

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The Office: After Hours, 8.16

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The Office: After Hours Dwight Schrute Nellie Bertram Todd Packer

Writers: Halsted Sullivan and Warren Lieberstein
Director: Brian Baumgartner

Summary (NBC): Andy makes the office stay late — in Tallahassee, Dwight and Packer compete to become Nellie‚Äôs VP, and Jim gets an unwelcome visitor in his room. Meanwhile, Andy makes everyone in the office stay late to cover for the people that went to Florida. Guest stars: Catherine Tate, David Koechner.

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