It's been over three years since The Office series finale aired (hard to believe, right?!), but that hasn't slowed down the cast of the beloved show one bit. Steve Carell, Mindy Kaling, and Rainn Wilson have been working non-stop since they left Scranton and returned to Hollywood — and they've all got major projects in the works!
The 54-year-old created the TBS series Angie Tribeca with his wife Nancy, which premiered earlier this year. Rashida Jones and Hayes MacArthur play the lead roles in the show.
In addition to producing, the former Office star is spending plenty of time in front of the camera. His film Café Society with Sheryl Lee and Jesse Eisenberg was released in July of this year. And next year, he'll be in Battle of the Sexes with Emma Stone and Last Flag Flying with Brian Cranston. He'll also be reprising his role as Gru in Despicable Me 3.
The 50-year-old has been crazy busy since The Office ended. Last year, he produced and starred in the FOX series Backstrom and was the executive producer for the web series Impress Me, which was picked up by Pop. This coming year, he'll be in the movies Army of One with Nicolas Cage, Permanent with Patricia Arquette, and Meg with Jason Statham.
He and his wife recently moved to Haiti and created the organization Lide, which helps educate female students in rural areas of the country. In addition to providing girls with education, they are supplying them with food, clean water, and health care.
After The Office, the 36-year-old directed and starred in the film The Hollars with Anna Kendrick and was in the film Aloha with Bradley Cooper and Emma Stone. He 's set to star in the new Amazon series Jack Ryan next year.
The actor welcomed his second child with Emily Blunt in June of this year. The couple now has two daughters, Violet and Hazel.
The 42-year-old produced and starred in the NBC show You, Me and the Apocalypse last year, before it was sadly cancelled. She recently appeared in a handful of episodes of The Mysteries of Laura and is slated to be in the upcoming CBS show Man with a Plan with Matt LeBlanc.
The 43-year-old will be in the upcoming film Ordinary World with Selma Blair and Judy Greer and will be in season two of Amazon's Hand of God. It was also recently announced that he'll guest star in an episode of The Goldbergs later this year.
He welcomed his first child, daughter Brylee Bea, with his wife Celeste in March of last year.
The 37-year-old has appeared in a handful of episodes of Mindy Kaling's show The Mindy Project, and will be returning for season five. His movie The Founder with Michael Keaton and Nick Offerman premiered earlier this summer.
The 44-year-old played Ray in the second season of Mr. Robot and appeared in a few episodes of Andy Samberg's show Brooklyn Nine-Nine. It was recently announced that he'll be starring in the upcoming FOX comedy Ghosted with Adam Scott.
Later this year he'll be in Zeroville with Seth Rogen and James Franco and Henchmen with James Marsden and Rosario Dawson. And his films Tragedy Girls with Josh Hutcherson and Table 19 with Anna Kendrick and Lisa Kudrow will come out next year.
The 42-year-old will be in the Starz' series The One Percent that comes out next year. He also has a slew of movies in the works including The Clapper with Amanda Seyfried and Tracy Morgan, Chappaquiddick with Kate Mara, Bastards with Owen Wilson and J.K. Simmons, and What's the Point? with Lake Bell.
The 45-year-old starred in the Hulu series The Hotwives of Las Vegas last year, as well as TBS' Your Family or Mine and the web series _ Impress Me. This year, she's been in the Netflix show _Haters Back Off, and will be in the movies Half Magic with Molly Shannon, and Swing State with Taryn Manning.
The 57-year-old is in the upcoming TBS series People of Earth with Michael Cassidy and will be in the movie Mascots with Jane Lynch. He's also set to appear in next year's Baywatch movie with The Rock and Zac Efron.
After The Office, the 49-year-old produced six episodes of HBO's show The Newsroom and directed a handful of episodes of The Mindy Project. Most recently, he guest starred in an episode of HBO's Togetherness and The Mindy Project.
ABC also recently bought his show Negotiations, which is an hour-long comedic drama that he will be writing and producing.