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NBC Cancels Plans for The Office Spinoff, The Farm

Source:   Rainn Wilson
October 29, 2012


With the network's "The Office" in the middle of its ninth and final season, NBC had plans for a spinoff following Rainn Wilson's Dwight Schrute. Although a pilot was produced, Wilson has just revealed through his Twitter feed that the show will not go to series.

"NBC has passed on moving forward with The Farm TV show," Wilson writes. "Had a blast making the pilot - onwards & upwards!"

Matt Jones, Majandra Delfino, Thomas Middleditch and Blake Garrett were among those intended to become regular cast members on "The Farm" and there were plans to introduce several of them during an upcoming episode of "The Office." Whether or not that will still be the case has not been confirmed.


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