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Steve Carell Says Next Season Will Likely Be Last on 'The Office'

During an interview with BBC Radio for his film 'Date Night', Steve Carell hinted that next year may be his last on 'The Office'.

"How long will you stay with The Office for? How many more series?," asked the host. "How long does your contract run?"

"Contract through next season," responded Carell.

"And will you stay after that?," followed up the interviewer.

"I don’t think so," replied the actor. "I think that will probably be my last year."

This is the first time the 47-year-old has hinted that he plans on leaving the show after his current contract is up.

So will 'The Office' come to an end after next season? Or will producers take it on as a challenge and begin working on locking up Carell?

Because as any viewer knows, even though he probably wants to move to the big screen, Dunder Mifflin just wouldn't be the same without Steve Carell.

April 29, 2010 |

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