29 October 2010 2249 Views

New “Office” Halloween-Themed Webisodes Premiere Online

by Alex Gerage

Just in time for Halloween, NBC has posted the entire new webisode series for The Office called “The 3rd Floor”. The three part series is the culmination of a pretty enjoyable month long campaign that centered on office slacker Ryan Howard and his latest ambition of directing a low budget horror film. You can view the two webisodes and the faux trailer for the film after the jump.










Head over to the official The 3rd Floor website to view the series, and check out the site extras if you haven’t already. The additional update to the website is that fans can now purchase a poster of the film if they desire a piece of memorabilia. Although I feel like I can only get so emotionally invested in a storyline that is less than ten minutes long, The 3rd Floor is a great addition to The Office’s webisode collection. Hopefully it is not too long before a new series is announced.


Was The 3rd Floor worth the wait for you?  Let us know in the comments section below.



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