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All nine seasons of " The Office " have been included since today's 15 January 2022. accessible. This opens up new entrants the opportunity to immerse the legendary comedy series via existing streaming subscription without additional costs. Who plans this, but should be aware of at least one thing: Season 1 feels clear differently than the complete rest of the series.

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Who really wants to give "The Office" a fair chance, should therefore be patient at least to Season 2 to decide if he / she is drain or outstanding.

Season 1 was only a test balloon

"The Office" started as a remake of the of the same name British series , which was also adapted in Germany, as " Stromberg ". All three variants, at least in Season 1, have one thing in common: The main character is a greasy, sexist and socially incompetent important in , which uses itself in every fat susceptible and triggers with its embarrassing actions, above all discomfort and external chame at the viewers.

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This humor is not suitable for everyone, but has certainly his followers * inside: Not for nothing are the British "The Office" and "Stromberg" great hits in their respective countries. But when NBC dared the attempt to transfer the concept to the US audience in 2005, Season 1 pushed on behavioral echo. Actually, the series would have been failed and almost set at this time. But Although Season 1 flopped, "The Office" was used for three reasons for the long-term success , as author Michael Schur opposite " explained :

kevin Reilly, the then boss of the NBC-PrimTime division was a big fan of the original series and sat down to realize Season 2. " Virgin (40), male, addiction " With Steve Carell was a big cinema and increased the Popularity of the "The Office" maindar scan enormous. Showrunner Greg Daniels recognized exactly why Season 1 did not lit, and decided to revise the main character Michael Scott to make them close to the audience. Only in Season 2 will find "The Office "His topform

in Season 1 was Michael Scott (Steve Carell) a thoroughly unsympathetic figure. Who likes" Stromberg ", is therefore well dealing with the first guards of" The Office ". But also the author of these lines has Even twice attempts to give "Stromberg" a chance, but every time he realized that the series is nothing for him. The US version of "The Office", however, is one of his favorite sitcoms.

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The reason for this was already closed above: from Season 2 Michael Scott becomes clearly sympathetic. Greg Daniels put the following idea against the initial resistance of his authors: "The figure playing [Steve Carell in, Jungrau (40), male, addiction '] is so nice and amiable. We have to take 20 percent of this energy and put them in Michael Scott. "Fortan endured the team about changing Michael Scott. Thus, the office crisis developed into a tragic because lonely and misunderstood figure. Do not misunderstand:

Michael Scott also ensures plenty of external cham in the subsequent seasons and he still does morally terrible things. But he always has little moments of humanity that let us know with him.

Even the humor of the series becomes clearly digestible after Season 1. Some may displace this change. But whoever thinks, can still fall back to the British variant, which offers a maximum of discomfort and crumbling:

>> the British "The Office" at Amazon Prime Video *

The US version is easier to consume and offers In addition, the one or the other long-term action form, which also touches one emotionally.

If you really want to get to know the essence of "The Office", then you should have seen at least some episodes of Season 2.

skip Season 1 but still not. The six episodes are finally passed quickly and have some of the best moments of the series despite their harsh nature.

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