Comedy Central’s “Workaholics” is coming to an end.
The fan-favorite series was renewed for Seasons 6 and 7 by Comedy Central last year.
The single-camera comedy follows three slackers who live, work and party together 24/7. “Workaholics” was co-created by Anderson, Devine, Holm and Kyle Newacheck of the sketch group Mail Order Comedy. They serve as executive producers alongside Kevin Etten, Avalon Television’s Richard Allen-Turner, David Martin, Jon Thoday and Isaac Horne. Jim Sharp and Rachel Olson oversee the project for Comedy Central.
The trio is next set to star in the Netflix feature “Game Over, Man,” which will be directed by Newacheck. Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg and James Weaver will serve as executive producers.
The news is the latest in a string of programming announcements from the network in the last month, including the renewal of Chris Hardwick’s “@midnight” for a fourth season. The network also has two shows coming from comedian Moshe Kasher, the talk show “Problematic” and the stand-up/music hybrid series “The Comedy Jam.”
On the scripted side, Comedy Central recently ordered to series the Doug Benson pot comedy “The High Court” and “Crawford” from creators Mike Clattenburg and Mike O’Neill.