Jillian Bell, Maribeth Monroe and Erik Griffin also star in the series.
Anderson, De Vine and Holm play three college dropouts who are roommates and co-workers at a telemarketing company in Rancho Cucamonga, California.
They have since created a production company under the same name.Workaholics was ordered by Comedy Central in March 2010 after a Comedy Central executive (Walter Newman) saw a series of videos the group had posted on You Tube.Throughout all of this, each of the guys try to embrace a certain macho persona. In a rather clever way, each of these guises that the guys take on distill their larger insecurities that fans have been seeing for seven seasons now.The episode’s dating show structure allows each of them to strike out on their own as well as learn that they’re at their worst when they’re not working together.Workaholics follows Blake, Adam and Ders, three friends who work together as telemarketers from 9 to 5, live together from 5 to 9 and party together 24/7.
Whether they're at their house in Rancho Cucamonga or getting ready to rage at a Renaissance Faire, the guys find trouble wherever they go.
Workaholics is an American situational comedy television series that originally ran on Comedy Central from April 6, 2011 to March 17, 2017, with a total of 86 episodes spanning seven seasons.
The series is co-created and predominantly written by its stars Blake Anderson, Adam De Vine and Anders Holm, as well as co-creator and most frequent director Kyle Newacheck.
Workaholics work because they have nothing else to take its place.
Their work addiction is a recurring obsession, and typically joyless.
tape, the episode does a wonderful job transporting you back to the ‘90s.