The Office: The Complete Series DVD will be released October 7, 2014.
Summary: A favorite of critics and audiences alike, The Office is a hilarious documentary-style look at the humorous and sometimes poignant foolishness that plagues the 9-to-5 world. For the first time, all nine seasons are together in one complete set – so you can relive every one of your favorite moments, including Michael’s (Steve Carell) infamous encounter with a breakfast grill, Dwight’s (Rainn Wilson) power plays, Jim’s (John Krasinski) pranks, Andy’s (Ed Helms) struggles with anger management, and of course, Pam (Jenna Fischer) and Jim’s evolving romance. Also includes special appearances by Amy Adams, Kathy Bates, Rashida Jones, Amy Ryan, James Spader and more. Developed for American television by Primetime Emmy®-award winner Greg Daniels, The Office: The Complete Series includes all 201 episodes on 33 discs that you can watch back-to-back and uninterrupted – plus bonus commentaries, webisodes, blooper reels and over 15 hours of deleted scenes that are guaranteed to leave you satisfied and smiling. That’s what she said!
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Release date: September 3, 2013
Pre-order here: Amazon | NBC.com
NEW! tanster’s notes and photos
Bonus Features on Blu-ray and DVD
- 2003 Casting – Never before seen audition tapes featuring the cast of the show, plus a few surprise auditions from future comedy stars including Seth Rogen, Eric Stonestreet, Jon Cho and more! Sneak peek
- Deleted Scenes – Over 2 hours of Deleted Scenes
- The Office: A Look Back – Retrospective with the cast and their memories of the show
- Finale Table Read – Hilarious cast read-through for “The Office” series finale
- Blooper Reel
- Autotune Andy – Autotune Music Video
Tipsters: Greg, Max
Release date: September 4, 2012
Synopsis: Andy takes over as manager of Dunder Mifflin and finds the job to be more than he bargained for. He wants to win the respect of his employees, while going toe-to-toe with Robert California, the enigmatic new CEO, who wants to turn the office into his personal playground. Dwight makes his own grab for power when he leads a team to Florida to work under Nellie Bertram, who may be slightly out of her mind. Jim and Pam’s relationship is put to the test when Pam goes on maternity leave and her replacement has eyes for Jim. Meanwhile, Erin harbors lingering feelings for Andy; Angela’s relationship deepens with her dashing (state) senator; and Darryl looks for love in the warehouse. Developed for American Television by Primetime Emmy® Award winner Greg Daniels (Parks and Recreation, The Simpsons), watch all 24 episodes back-to-back in this 5-disc set, with outstanding bonus features including extended episodes, deleted scenes, webisodes, Football Championship promos and more!
P.S. This post will eventually contain all the information you need to know about The Office Season 8 DVDs, just like The Office Season 7 DVD Buying Guide from last year.
Release date: September 6, 2011
Info: Bonus features & commentaries | Box art | Screenshots | Blooper reel
Special packages: NBC Store | Freebie inside box
September 5, 2011
One more tidbit about a freebie inside the DVD box.
September 4, 2011
Here’s the latest information about special packages (or lack thereof) and my blooper reel notes.
Previously posted news on the next page.
The Office Overtime DVD is now available, released on November 16, 2010. Total run time: approx 1 hour 16 minutes
It contains seven webisode series, new commentary, and bonus features found on previously released DVDs. Full details below!
Webisode series included
- The Accountants: Oscar, Angela, and Kevin do some investigating when money goes missing at Dunder Mifflin, but what will they find?
- Kevin’s Loan: Kevin is ready to open up his own business, but first he must apply for a loan.
- The Outburst: the investigation begins after Oscar receives a mysterious phone call that leads to a very public outburst.
- Blackmail: Creed engages in some old-fashioned blackmail against his co-workers.
- Subtle Sexuality: Kelly and Erin’s girl group, Subtle Sexuality, shoot their first music video.
- The Mentor: Erin seeks an accounting mentor, but what is she willing to sacrifice for success?
- The Podcast: (The Office Season 6 DVD): Gabe tries to impress corporate by recording a podcast for the Sabre website.
Bonus features included
- “Subtle Sexuality” music video
- “Subtle Sexuality” commentary with Mindy Kaling, B.J. Novak, and Ellie Kemper (NEW)
- “Blackmail” video commentary with Creed Bratton (NEW)
- Fake PSAs: The More You Know (Season 2 DVD)
- Dwight Schrute music video (Season 3 DVD)
- Lazy Scranton video (Season 3 DVD)
- Michael Scott’s Dunder Mifflin ad (Season 4 DVD)
- The Office Convention: Cast Q&A (Season 4 Target special edition DVD)
- Paley: Inside The Writer’s Room (Season 5 Target special edition DVD)
Release date: September 7, 2010
Buy at Amazon: The Office: Season 6 DVD | The Office: Season 6 Blu-ray
Info: Box art | Bonus features | Screenshots | Blooper clips | tanster’s notes
Special editions: Best Buy | Target | Costco
September 8, 2010
UPDATE #1: here are photos and information on the Target and Best Buy special editions, thanks to Tallyheads feared and loved, kreidy, Dustin, Justin, and Megan!
UPDATE #2: Tallyhead Christopher reports on a Costco special edition.
UPDATE #3: Tallyhead Megan describes the new scenes in the Sabre and Whistleblower extended episodes on the Target special edition.
Previously posted news on the next page.
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Where to buy online
The FYE rebate offer is no longer available and the Best Buy Limited Edition Schrute Farms Box is now more expensive than it was last week. (You can still order it online, though, and pick it up at your local store.)
So what’s the best deal? — probably still Amazon, which is selling the DVD set for $32.99. And if you buy The Office DVD and Parks and Recreation DVD at the same time, you’ll save $5 on the total. (Scroll down this page to the “Best Value” section.) All these purchases include free Super Saver shipping.
Lastly, The Office Season 5 ranked #2 on the DVD bestsellers list for the week ending September 12th, according to Video Business Online. Booyah!
Previously posted information starting on the next page.
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