Based on the Web series featured on 5thyear, Workaholics follows three friends fresh out of college who live and work together as telemarketers. Graduating from college and entering the real world isn't easy, especially for three unmotivated roommates. Dress codes, deadlines and waking up before noon isn't something these guys are used to.
Comedy Central confirmed today that Workaholics will be concluding after its upcoming seventh season. The office comedy, which stars Adam Devine, Blake Anderson, and Anders Holm, will end its six-year run in 2017 as the network's longest-running live-action scripted comedy in its history.
The series originally came to be after a Comedy Central executive saw some YouTube videos featuring the show's stars back in 2010 and decided to order a pilot of Workaholics for the following year. It didn't take long for the show to become a hit with viewers, who brought consistently solid ratings that helped it achieve its longevity.
With the show's stars starting to branch out in their respective careers, the timing makes sense to bring Workaholics to a close. The seventh and final season is set to premiere in January with 10 episodes that will conclude the series.