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Workaholics Renewed for 2 More Seasons by Comedy Central

If this keeps up, the labor-averse slackers of Workaholics will never get a break. Comedy Central has renewed Workaholics for Seasons 6 and 7, the channel said Thursday. Each season will consist of 10 episodes each. New episodes of the series, which hails from Blake Anderson , Adam DeVine , Anders Holm and Kyle Newacheck, will begin in January. .  Read More... //

How Broad City and Workaholics Raised Red Flags at Comedy Central

  What does it take to raise a red flag at Comedy Central? Well, jerking off a tree, for one. "That was not in the script," said Abbi Jacobson, one-half of the Broad City team , during PaleyFest's "A Salute to Comedy Central" panel. Jacobson's co-star, Ilana Glazer, thought of it spontaneously during the filming of the episode ("The Matrix"), which led to the prop guy having to figure out what kind of sap they needed for the trees "release."   Read More... //

'Key & Peele,' 'Workaholics' Stars on Controversial Scenes, Future of Their Shows

Talent behind 'Broad City,' 'The Review' and 'Kroll Show' also took the stage at Paleyfest.  Read More... //

The NSFW 'Workaholics' trailer is awesome, yet sadly fake

From our friends at The Daily Dot.The trailer for the workplace/stoner/generally awesome Comedy Central series "Workaholics" has hit the Web, and it goes a bit against the grain of what we've come to expect from the show.It leads with series regular (and writer/director/editor of the show) Kyle Newacheck being drug from a car by nameless thugs and shot in the head. It also includes a "Mad Max" take on Ders, Adam, and Blake's 1985 Volvo 740 (with great timing, considering the new "Fury Road" trailer hit yesterday); a lot of whiskey drinking with topless women; briefcases full of cash; a mountain of cocaine; rocket launchers, flame throwers, and bloody chainsaws; skydiving; and the deaths of nearly every supporting character in the show. It's all-out gang warfare in a desert that's very much NSFW:Of course, before cutting to the guys walking away from an exploding gas station, a title card appears to clear up that "NONE... //

Comedy Central Sets Workaholics, Broad City Premiere Dates

Comedy Central is kicking off 2015 with new seasons of some of the channel's biggest comedy series. The cable network announced its winter schedule on Tuesday with premiere dates for Workaholics, Broad City and the third and final season of Kroll Show.   Read More... //

'Workaholics' Season Five and 'Broad City' Season Two Set to Premiere Wednesday, January 14

Coworkers and roommates "Adam," "Blake" and "Ders" have returned to work and are ready to party!   Read More... //

Ben Stiller to Guest Star on Comedy Central's 'Workaholics' in Season 5

The 'Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb' actor will play a landlord in episode 3 of the sitcom's fifth season.   Read More... //

Workaholics' Blake Anderson to Guest Star on Parks and Recreation's Season 6 Finale!

Parks and Recreation has had quite the star-studded sixth season, and the NBC comedy plans to keep the guest stars coming all the way through the finale! Get the details on the latest cast addition. Parks and Recreation squeezes in one more season 6 guest star, just in time for the finale. Entertainment Weekly reports that the NBC comedy has enlisted Workaholics star Blake Anderson to appear during the hour-long season-ender. Anderson will play Mike Bean, one of the hipster founders of a Bay Area tech startup that Ben and Andy visit. The Comedy Central star will join fellow finale guest stars Michelle Obama and The Decemberists, just to name a couple. Don't miss the Parks and Rec finale, and be sure to stick with us at Celebified for more of the latest entertainment scoop.

'Workaholics' Star Anders Holm Joins 'How I Met Your Father'

Holm is unlikely to leave his Comedy Central gig with the casting news because he's only put as recurring.   Read More... //

How I Met Your Dad Adds Workaholics Star Anders Holm, Plus Nick D'Agosto & Mixology's Andrew Santino

How I Met Your Dad Adds Workaholics Star Anders Holm, Plus Nick D'Agosto & Mixology's Andrew Santino CBS has almost filled out the cast of its highly-anticipated How I Met Your Mother spin-off, How I Met Your Dad! Find out who is also joining the upcoming comedy!