Jenna Fischer detailed why she ultimately did not end up starring in the series "Man With a Plan" alongside Matt LeBlanc.
John Krasinski and the cast of 'The Office' shocked engaged super fans by throwing a surprise wedding for them on Zoom.
"The Office" creator Greg Daniels reveals little-known fun facts about the beloved TV comedy as it turns 15.
“I don’t think that a reboot is the right idea,” Fischer said during a visit to BUILD Series in New York City.
John Krasinski and Jenna Fischer were one of TV’s most beloved couples on “The Office,” but all’s fair in love and hockey as their teams faced each other in the Stanley Cups Finals Game 7 on Wednesday night.Boston-born Krasinski had a special message to St. Louis fan Fischer in an Instagram video posted just before the puck dropped at the TD Garden.“Jenna Fischer, I know we’ve been having our ups and downs recently but I am really sorry you’re not here … this was your seat here and I was really bummed you couldn’t make it,” Krasinski said in the video from his luxury suite.Also Read: Watch Jon Hamm Lose His Mind When St Louis Blues Win Stanley Cup Final Game 4 (Video)“Let’s just have the best team win, both teams have been playing incredibly well, it’s an exciting series and at the end of the day, it’s about hockey and hockey fans,” he pledged, before flashing an evil grin.It all sounded sincere enough, but during the filming a familiar face sat down next to Krasinski … yep, that is Roy Anderson (David Denman), the man Pam Beesly was engaged to when she first met Jim.Also Read: Ratings: Game 6 of NBC's Stanley Cup Finals Roughs Up CBS' Tony AwardsThe guys seem to have made up since the Dunder Mifflin love triangle, but it didn’t sit well with other “Office” alum. “Whaaaaaaaat the effing whaaaaaat?!!?” Angela Kinsey wrote in the comments.At least Fischer found it funny, reposting with the response: “Ha. Ha. Ha. Well played. Just be careful he doesn’t leave you at the game.”View this post on Instagram Game 7! Let’s do this!Stanleycup @nhl @msjennafischerA post shared by John Krasinski (@johnkrasinski) on Jun 12, 2019 at 5:08pm PDTEarlier on Wednesday, Fischer posted a doctored photo of the former on-screen couple in their respective team jerseys with the caption: “It all comes down to tonight … Game 7.”It all comes down to tonight. Game 7. LetsGoBlues StanleyCup Gloria TeamPam @StLouisBlues @NHL @johnkrasinski pic.twitter.com/smGBAAi4t8– Jenna Fischer (@jennafischer) June 12, 2019Also Read: 6 Movies and TV Shows Inspired by Gangster Whitey Bulger, From 'The Departed' to 'The Blacklist' (Photos)Krasinski came right back at her by recruiting Massachusetts native Steve Carell over onto his side.pic.twitter.com/h8S74OYWJh– Steve Carell (@SteveCarell) June 12, 2019The saga continues …. as does Game 7, which is currently airing on NBC.Read original story John Krasinski Fuels ‘The Office’ Hockey Feud Goading Jenna Fischer Before Stanley Cup Game 7 (Video) At TheWrap
The Office stars John Krasinski and Jenna Fischer feud over Stanley Cup Final
Freeform has put into development National Parker, a half-hour comedy from Splitting Up Together starJenna Fischer, actress-writer Alexandra Henrikson (Maniac) and Warner Horizon Scripted Television. Written by Henrikson, in National Parker, when social media-obsessed Parker Adams' world comes crashing down after a breakup, she decides to put her New York City life behind her and become an adult with a real job -- as a national park ranger at Alaska's Hickberry National…
The "Office" star was at the Indiana school to talk about her acting career, which she detailed in a new book. However, a student-led protest broke out over the school's handling of racist messages found on campus.
Trailer for fall comedy 'Brad's Status,' written and directed by Mike White ('School of Rock') and starring Ben Stiller, in U.S. theaters on Sept. 15, 2017
Mila Kunis proved what a model daughter she is and surprised her parents with a secret renovation of their Los Angeles condo.
Good news, “Office” fans: Pam Beesly’s ban from Chili’s after a drunken, rowdy night at Dunder-Mifflin’s annual awards celebration has officially been lifted. Said the president of Chili’s: “After reviewing the good conduct of Pam, I have decided to lift the now 11-year ban. Pam is an inspiration to many, and we welcome her with open arms.”
Snapchat has turned the selfie into a new art form, so we asked TV’s hottest celebrities to say cheese — then doodle on themselves! We TV stars from Walking Dead’s Danai Gurira to The Office’s Jenna Fischer to Lost’s Dominic Monaghan to take Snapchat selfies, autograph them, and give the pics their own unique spin. Celebrities really are just like us, since emojis are very popular (everyone loves the top hat!). And of course, there’s someone who put devil horns on their head.
If you’ve seen ads for NBC’s You, Me and the Apocalypse, with Rob Lowe in a priest’s collar and Jenna Fischer in a prison jumpsuit, and wondered what the heck that show is about—well, it’s pretty accurately titled. A madcap comedy with tinges of drama about the end of the world, Apocalypse follows a group of disparate people as they prepare for an Earth-killing asteroid to strike our planet. You can tell that Apocalypse—premiering Thursday night–is a co-production with Britain: Its main plot features a face little-known to America, Matthew Baynton, whose Jamie is a bank manager in England who wants to find his wife, who disappeared seven years ago.
It’s totally bonkers.” Take Jenna Fischer’s word for it. Fischer plays Rhonda, a librarian who, as the countdown begins, is in a maximum security prison wrongfully accused of hacking into the NSA’s computer systems (in actuality, she’s protecting a loved one and is in way over her head). There, she meets career criminal Leanne (Megan Mullally).
On the Watch What Happens Live aftershow, Jenna Fischer was asked by a caller about former co-star John Krasinski. Krasinski recently got ripped for his role in Michael Bay’s 13 Hours. Krasinski was on the cover of Men’s Health magazine and detailed his insane workout regimen to the publication.