'The Office' writers credit the video iPod for shows popularity with youth
What you need to know
- Greg Daniels and Michael Schur credit the video iPod for the success of The Office.
- The pair said that the device brought a whole new group of viewers to the series.
In a new interview with Yahoo! Entertainment, Greg Daniels and Michael Schur, two of the writers and executive producers of the comedy series, talked about how the video iPod became a huge form of growth for the series with a younger audience.
Daniels also talked about how they realized the show connected with a younger audience and how the dynamic between coworkers is similar to that of being in school.
The Office is now streaming exclusively on Peacock, NBC's new streaming service. It can also, of course, be purchased from the iTunes store.
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