Rainn Wilson to Star in Utopia, New Amazon Series From Gillian Flynn
The Office‘s Rainn Wilson has a (dangerous) new day job. The actor formerly known as Dwight Schrute has landed a lead role in Utopia, Amazon’s forthcoming nine-episode drama series from Sharp Objects and Gone Girl author Gillian Flynn READ MORE
AMC Eyes Rainn Wilson Alien Dramedy, Orders Marti Noxon's Dietland to Series
AMC on Saturday greenlit a slew of projects, including an alien-themed dramedy starring The Office‘s Rainn Wilson, ahead of its portion of the Television Critics Association summer press tour. READ MORE
Star Trek: Discovery: Rainn Wilson to Play Intergalactic Criminal Harry Mudd
CBS All Access is beaming a former Office employee up to the Starship Discovery. READ MORE
Showtime's Roadies First Look: Rainn Wilson Is More Than Almost Famous
Rainn Wilson is ready for his Cameron Crowe encore.
The former Office employee, who was last directed by Crowe in the 2000 film Almost Famous, turns up in READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS
TVLine Items: Rainn Wilson on Roadies, Handler's Talk Show Title and More
Rainn Wilson‘s next TV role is described as “extremely self-important” — a quality he’s got plenty of experience playing.
Fox's Acerbic Detective Backstrom Is Not House, Says Star Rainn Wilson
Bones creator Hart Hanson’s new series (premiering Thursday at 9/8c) READ MORE
Backstrom Lives! Fox Orders Rainn Wilson-Fronted Procedural to Series After CBS Passes
A high profile casualty of the 2013 pilot season is getting a new lease on life.
'Injury,' 'Dinner Party' and Yankee Swap, Oh My! The Office Cast Takes a Walk Down Memory Lane
One week from tonight, The Office will close up shop for good. But before that bittersweet moment arrives (which, let’s be honest, we’d like to delay for…ever), we’re opening up the Dunder Mifflin vault and taking a walk down memory lane with Rainn Wilson, Jenna Fischer, Angela Kinsey and other vets of NBC’s long-running comedy. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Video: The Office Boss, Cast Tease Series Finale Full of 'Deep Emotion and Absurd Wackiness'
Less than an hour after production wrapped on The Office‘s ninth and final season, the series’ cast hit the red carpet at a celebration honoring the long-running NBC comedy — and TVLine was on-hand to enjoy the festivities. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO