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Steve Carell’s final episode of The Office will air in April

The Office showrunner revealed to Vulture that series star Steve Carell will leave the series before the season finale:

“Steve will have a number of episodes that dramatize and lead up to Steve leaving,”…”Then we’ll continue on for about four more episodes, and the spring will prove to be not about an actor leaving, but what happens in an office when a manager leaves and the chaos ensues and people vie for the job and are uncertain about their future.”…”It was about focusing the spring on the office and everybody else, and not just a character going. If the show was ending, it would be about that. But it’s not.”

Lieberstein wouldn’t reveal whether we’d discover who the new boss of Dunder Mifflin before the end of the season, but he did confirm that the show will explore both internal and external candidates as replacements for Michael:

“[W]e are talking about guest stars” coming in to basically interview for the gig. (Kathy Bates confirmed Thursday that she’ll be back for a few episodes later in the season.) As for in-house candidates, it’s looking a lot more like Mindy Kaling’s Kelly will at least make a play for the position. “Now that she has executive training, she’s going to want that job,” Office head writer Daniel Chun told us. “At least in her own mind, she deserves to be a manager.”

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