Rumors that NBC will remove "The Office" from Netflix have circled off and on for years — but it appears the rumors are true this time.

According to CNBC, the network will yank the show when its contract with Netflix expires in 2021 in order to add the show to the new NBC streaming service.

The new service will reportedly launch next year and will cost about $10 a month.

Netflix wrote on Twitter that the company was "sad" about the news, but reminded people they still have plenty of time to watch the show on the platform.

We're sad that NBC has decided to take The Office back for its own streaming platform — but members can binge watch the show to their hearts' content ad-free on Netflix until January 2021

— Netflix US (@netflix)June 25, 2019

There have been no reports on whether NBC will pull some of its other shows from Netflix in favor of its streaming service. Some of the top NBC shows currently available on Netflix include "Parks and Recreation," "Friends," "The Good Place," and "Jeopardy!" 

According to Vox, the top three most-watched shows on Netflix are "The Office," "Friends" and "Parks and Recreation," all of which are NBC shows. 

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