John Krasinski is sad that 'The Office' has been cancelled but happy that he and his castmates have the opportunity to bring their storylines to a satisfactory conclusion.
John Krasinski is ''emotional'' about the end of 'The Office'.
The actor - who is married to Emily Blunt - has played Jim Halpert on the comedy for seven years and while he doesn't want to say goodbye, he is happy that he and his castmates have the opportunity to bring their storylines to a satisfactory conclusion.
He told VMAN: ''I get so emotional to think that we're ending the show. But I'm unbelievably proud to be a part of one that actually gets to end. Instead of being asked to leave, I actually get a shot at bringing the whole story and all the characters to a close.''
John, 33, also revealed he used to live in fear of the show ending and asked for some of the first episodes on DVD so he could show his mother.
He explained: ''We actually had a guy come down every Friday to the set and he'd be like, 'Ah man, this episode's so great. It's going so well. The dailies are looking great. You know this is the last episode, right? We're not going to pick it up'. And I was like, 'Can I at least get these on DVD to show my mom?' And he actually did give me the first six episodes on DVD, because we were sure we actually weren't going to get picked up.''