Comedy Central's 'Workaholics' Returns In January 2017; Series To End After Season 7

Comedy series, “Workaholics” are set to return with a new season next year but it has been recently announced as well that the said American series will be slated off after the new season.

Comedy Central’s sitcom “Workaholics” have greenlighted its return as Season 7 is set to release January next year. Last year, it was reported that Comedy Central has renewed the said sitcom with two more seasons. “Workaholics” Season 6 was released on January 14 this year and ran until March 17.

Unfortunately, it seems like Comedy Central is sticking to their plans. With “Workaholics” Season 7 already confirmed, they have decided that it will also be the sitcom’s last and final season. The seventh season will be released with 10 episodes, just as they initially announced for Seasons 6 and 7.

“Workaholics” is an American sitcom that stars Blake Anderson, Adam DeVine, and Anders Holm. The three actors play the roles of three college dropouts who eventually became roommates and co-workers at a company that ventures in telemarketing. The sitcom debuted on Comedy Central on April 6, 2011.

Anderson, DeVine, and Holm have taken the time to relay a message and express their gratitude towards the production. “We would like to thank Comedy Central, Doug Herzog, Kent Alterman and all of the fans for turning us from Boyz II Men. It was an incredible run but we’ve decided to leave on a high note. Get it?” the three said in an interview with Deadline.

Kent Alterman has also made a comment regarding the sitcom being canceled. Alteman was the head of programming at Comedy Central who witnessed the birth of “Workaholics”. “We got more years of stunted development than any of us could have hoped for. We salute the boys and thank them,” he said.

“Workaholics” was a sitcom with dirty comedy, which involved life, drugs, and just random stuff and somehow these elements clicked with viewers. The said sitcom was even dubbed as the adult version of “Ed, Edd n Eddy” by Kevin McFarland of The A.V. Club. Its cancellation maybe because of its struggling ratings, which began to drop as soon as Season 2 was aired but all in all, “Workaholics” had a good run.

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