Workaholics ending after season 7
Workaholics will be getting weird and taking it sleazy for not much longer.
The trippy, bizarro office comedy will return for a seventh and final season, Comedy Central confirmed on Thursday.
Workaholics — which stars Adam Devine, Blake Anderson, and Anders Holm as a trio of roommates and co-workers — is the longest-running live-action scripted comedy in the network’s history. Recurring cast members include Jillian Bell, Maribeth Monroe, and Erik Griffin, while the guest roster has featured such celebrities as Jack Black, Ben Stiller, Liam Hemsworth, Jordan Peele, Rebel Wilson, and Tim Heidecker. And, sure, Lorenzo Lamas.
The news doesn’t come as a shock: Back in July, Devine told EW of season 7: “This is it, we think. We’ve talked as a group. We kind of think now’s a good time to put it to bed.” Also this past summer, it was announced that the Workaholics guys will star in the Netflix movie Game Over, Man!, which was written by Holm, who is also attached to a Fox comedy series that he will star in.
Vampire Diaries alum Nina Dobrev will be among the guest stars in season 7. The final season, which consists of 10 episodes, will debut on January.
Stay cool, braj. You too, cool Eric.
Deadline first reported the news.