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Workaholics - Season 3

The third season of Workaholics premiered on Comedy Central May 29, 2012 and concluded on March 20, 2013. This season was split into two parts with each part consisting a total of 10 episodes. The first half aired on May 29 and concluded on July 29, 2012, while the second half aired on January 16 and concluded on March 20, 2013.

Workaholics - Season 3

Comedy Central was the first to remove the episode off all of their platforms. All episodes from the seven seasons of Workaholics are available on Hulu and Amazon with the exception of the aforementioned episode.

An outgrowth of the comedy troupe Mail Order Comedy, Workaholics starred Devine, Blake Anderson, and Anders Holm as three slackers working for a telemarketing company in Rancho Cucamonga, California; the series also starred Jillian Bell, Maribeth Monroe, and Erik Griffin. It was a cult hit, and aired for seven seasons on Comedy Central, from 2011 to 2017, producing 86 episodes. The film, which was to have explored the ins and outs of office work during the pandemic, was announced as part of Paramount Plus' comedy slate in early 2021 and production was imminent when Paramount pulled the plug.

The cancelation of Workaholics follows a recent trend of networks and streamers drastically cutting back on content, whether that be rescinding series renewals, or canceling programs and films in the midst of filming to write the costs off. In the past week alone, AMC has wiped out a slew of upcoming programs, including the sci-fi comedy Damascus and the period thriller Invitation to a Bonfire, and in-production second seasons for the animated series Pantheon, the dystopian Moonhaven, and the legal drama 61st Street. Just yesterday, Netflix reversed its renewal of the animated series Inside Job, ending it after a single season.

Andy Dick plays Mr. Buckley, Blake's former drama coach. He comes to the show in its sixth season, in the episode "Meth Head Actor." Comedy fans know Andy Dick from as far back as "The Andy Dick Show" from the early 2000s.

Workaholics ran for seven seasons between 2011 and 2017 on Comedy Central. DeVine starred opposite co-creators Blake Anderson and Anders Holm as three college dropout pals who make the transition from slacker students to telemarketers in the workforce.

The third season episodes typically air on Tuesday Wednesday nights on Comedy Central. There are 20 installments. The show features the talents of Blake Anderson, Adam DeVine, Anders Holm, Maribeth Monroe, Jillian Bell, Erik Griffin, and Waymond Lee.

After the guys have to be rescued by Jillian during a fight at a bar, they decide to go on a weekend hunting trip to prove to themselves that they are real men. They buy a crossbow, listen to metal music, and use manly Lowry-brand seasonings on their burgers.

On January 11th, Comedy Central premiered the final season of Workaholics, the seventh [and final] season. In previous seasons, 3 college dropouts, Adam, Anders, and Blake, are trying to balance their work and home lives in Rancho Cucamonga, CA. These guys work and live together, and have been best friends since college. This season brings a whole new life to the pranks, jokes and laughs that Adam, Anders and Blake pursue. The show is definitely going out in style and is ending with a bang. In comparison to other seasons, this season brings even better jokes, even crazier parties and even bigger pranks! 041b061a72

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