Office: Dunder Mifflin launches running simulator

The Office series will move in the United States, will no longer be shown on Netflix, and will become part of Peacock, streamed from NBCUniversal which was released in mid-2020.

To celebrate this change, the streaming service launched the Dunder Mifflin Employee Simulator, that is, a simulator so that fans can feel like a real Dunder Mifflin employee.

The news was shared by Peacock’s Twitter profile, saying, “Have you always wanted to become a Dunder Mifflin employee? Search http://dundermifflin.com and click on all”.

As we can see in the image, the site simulates the desktop view of a Dunder Mifflin computer, with various folders and icons in which fans can access content from all seasons of the series, such as behind-the-scenes photos and videos. One of the folders also contains profiles of each of the characters.

The bad news is that, like the streaming service Peacock, the site is not accessible to Brazilians (oh my!).

Peacock has also released some videos featuring new footage from the series. The first was a deleted scene from the episode “Beach Games,” the 23rd of the program’s third season.

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