‘Workaholics’ Reporting for Duty on Comedy Central

Mar 2, 2010  •  Post A Comment

The Web series "Workaholics" has been given a step up to television now that Comedy Central has greenlighted the project as a sitcom, reports B&C.

The comedy troupe Mail Order Comedy created the original webisode, which tells the story of three college friends who land jobs at a telephone bank, but they really don’t want to work.

Comedy Central has ordered 10 episodes.

The show will premiere this summer.


  1. Lohan Moves to Rehabilitate Today, four weeks later she’s going to be back at it. A sense of shame to the “star struck” process of law for letting this babe to spoil her life. By now she warrants consequences not rehab.

  2. I love the way you write and also the theme on your blog. Did you code this yourself or was it done by a professional? I’m very very impressed.

  3. And now its renewed! Yay! I watch it online because I don’t have cable so anyone else who wants to watch it online can do so at workaholicsnow.com

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