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Every episode of The Office is streaming for free on Peacock this week

You can even get your very own Dundie

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If you want to binge watch The Office without paying for a Peacock subscription, you’ve got one week to do it. Peacock announced that, beginning on Thursday, March 18, fans can stream every episode of The Office as part of the service’s free membership — but only until March 24.

Normally, Peacock allows users to stream the first two seasons for free, making the rest of the series available only to Peacock subscribers. However, in celebration of the show’s 16th anniversary, NBC is letting fans stream every episode along with all the bonus content — which includes interviews with the cast, behind the scenes footage, and blooper reels — for free.

NBC and Peacock are also hosting their own version of the show’s Dundie Awards. Fans can send in videos of themselves proving why they’re the biggest Office super fan for a chance to win their own personalized Dundie and a prize pack from the show. The Dundie Awards will be hosted by Kate Flannery, who played Meredith on the series.

In case the free week of The Office isn’t enough time back at the Scranton branch of Dunder Mifflin, viewers can subscribe to Peacock Premium for $4.99 a month to watch every episode of the show with ads, or Peacock Premium Plus for $9.99 for an ad free version of the show.

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