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Workaholics 

TV-14 | | Comedy | TV Series (2011–2017)
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A single-camera comedy featuring three friends who work together as telemarketers from 9 to 5, and live together from 5 to 9.
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2017   2016   2015   2014   2013   2012   … See all »
Nominated for 1 Primetime Emmy. Another 5 nominations. See more awards »

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Series cast summary:
Blake Anderson ...  Blake Henderson 86 episodes, 2011-2017
Adam Devine ...  Adam DeMamp / ... 86 episodes, 2011-2017
Anders Holm ...  Anders Holmvik 86 episodes, 2011-2017
Maribeth Monroe ...  Alice Murphy 53 episodes, 2011-2017
Jillian Bell ...  Jillian Belk 45 episodes, 2011-2017
Erik Griffin ...  Montez Walker 42 episodes, 2011-2017
Waymond Lee ...  Waymond / ... 23 episodes, 2011-2017
Kyle Newacheck ...  Karl Hevacheck 37 episodes, 2011-2017
Billy Stevenson Billy Stevenson ...  Bill / ... 35 episodes, 2011-2017
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A single-camera comedy featuring three friends who work together as telemarketers from 9 to 5, and live together from 5 to 9.

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Seize The Day

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Comedy

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They have often stated in interviews, that about thirty-six percent of the show was improvised. See more »

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Adam Demamp: I'm like one of those dragons from Avatar!
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Best comedy on cable
5 May 2014 | by jellyneckrSee all my reviews

"Workaholics" is a show that really shouldn't work as well as it does. The show is extremely juvenile, stupid, vulgar, and occasionally very unrealistic. Under normal circumstances, these would be criticisms. However, thanks to the three main stars of the series, these qualities make the series oddly endearing. Anders Holm, Adam DeVine, and Blake Anderson are probably not going to be given Emmy Awards for their performances any time in the near future, but what they do on a weekly basis is often funnier and more off-the-wall than anything else on television. There have been several shows about twenty-something guys just hanging out, a fact that "Workaholics" is well aware of and satirizes from time to time. What separates "Workaholics" from all those other "bro" type shows is that "Workaholics" isn't afraid to go to extremely dumb places. In fact, during its best episodes, "Workaholics" is the definition of inspired stupidity. The writers throw so many jokes and references in each 21-minute episode that even if one episode isn't very good, there's always still a number of solid laughs. Miraculously, no matter how dumb the characters may act, the main trio almost always remains likable even if the characters are presented as a bit too naive or stupid at times. Over the past four seasons, "Workaholics" has remained consistently hilarious, something that can't be said for most comedies on television. The show may start to suffer some problems once the characters get older, though for right now the series remains perfectly entertaining for what it is. 8/10


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6 April 2011 (USA) See more »

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