After seven seasons, Michael Scott (Steve Carell) is saying goodbye to The Office, and NBC just posted a preview of his farewell episode.
In it, Scott sheds some tears ... and they look pretty real to us! We heard that several cast members cried on the last day of filming with Carell.
It airs this Thursday, April 28.
Who will replace Scott at Dunder Mifflin has been speculated about for months, and it was just announced that a certain A-lister will appear in the season finale ... possibly to fill Scott's shoes. See who it is after the jump!
He may not be returning as a Golden Globes host next year (sadness) but he WILL be guest starring on the U.S. version of The Office!
Since the funny Brit was the mastermind behind one of our favorite TV shows (he played the original Michael Scott in the British Office), we can't wait to see what he's got up his sleeve. Anythings possible!
Despite the fact our favorite awards show host called Steve Carell an "ungrateful bastard" on the Globes' stage which lead Carell to shove him on live TV, the U.S. Office star didnâ€™t take it to heart.
NBC has confirmed the funny man's guest starring role is set to air January 27th, but the network is keeping the rest of the details hush-hush.
We're bummed Carell is exiting the show in April. We're really going to miss Michael Scott!
Fresh off the weekend success of Dinner for Schmucks, Steve Carell is already lining up his next project... and it's gonna co-star Sandra Bullock!
Little Miss Sunshine producers Albert Berger, Ron Yerxa and Polly Johnsen are prepping Tom Perrotta's 2007 novel "The Abstinence Teacher" (reports Production Weekly), about a divorced sex ed teacher in middle America who falls for her daughter's born-again soccer coach.
Directors Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris (of LMS) were originally attached back in '06, but no mention of their involvement now.
Thankfully Steve Carell and Sandra Bullock are both attached to star! Smart pairing. This could actually be a successful dark comedy if they get around to making it!
From the writer of Bolt and the directors of I Love You Phillip Morris comes Untitled Marital Crisis Comedy - gotta love working titles! Steve Carell (seen here on set in the Century City Mall) stars as a troubled father, and the cast also includes Kevin Bacon, Emma Stone and, of course, Ryan Gosling. Get excited! This looks promising... and hopefully will be better than Carell's current effort, Date Night.