Greg Daniels

The actor created the show with Greg Daniels, who co-created the American version of "The Office."
Meanwhile, the new "Will & Grace" already has a second season in the works.
"30 Rock" won big at the Emmys, with Tina Fey and Tracey Wigfield taking home the award for writing in the comedy category
Showrunner Greg Daniels previewed that the finale would be "big," and said that he intended to "beg NBC" to allow him to
In other pilot news ... Majandra Delfino boards "Friends With Better Lives." After exiting "Keep Calm and Karey On," Delfino
In an interview with The Huffington Post's Mike Ryan, Poehler acknowledged the Season 1 issues. Click over to the New York
Tune into "The Office" on Thursday, January 31 for back-to-back episodes that begin at 9 p.m. ET. In a December interview
Greg Daniels, developer and executive producer of "The Office," is back for more with NBC. According to Deadline.com, the
Still, the network had previously insisted "The Office" could air side by side with "The Farm." “This year feels like the
She told the TCA crowd that there will be a lot of pop culture references "where they fit organically," especially to "Game
As chefs have become more creative and as foodies have sought to explore more adventurous and novel dishes, a movement has developed in which formerly discarded parts are now fought over like the wishbone at Thanksgiving dinner.
Late June 2012 proved to be a horizon-expanding time for foie-loving chefs, who offered tasting menus displaying their culinary creativity before the California Legislature banned the delicacy with the passage of SB 1520.
Deadline.com reports "The Office" executive producer Greg Daniels is set to meet with NBC to discuss his idea for "The Office
Swartzwelder is a unique character in American comedy. Starting off as a writer on "Saturday Night Live" in the mid eighties
2011 WORKERS VOICE AWARDS WINNERS Best Film (Feature) A Better Life. Director: Chris Weitz (Summit/Green Orchard) Can a film
LOS ANGELES -- When Greg Daniels began developing an American version of "The Office," the critically acclaimed British television