Comedy Central’s hit single-camera comedy series Workaholics, recently renewed for Seasons 4 and 5, tells the story of three friends who live, work and party together 24/7. Even though they sometimes do their jobs well, they’re more concerned with sleeping in, getting drunk and partying like there’s no tomorrow.
During this exclusive interview with Collider, while they were at the Comedy Central portion of the TCA Press Tour, creator/actors Adam Devine, Blake Anderson, Anders Holm and Kyle Newacheck (who also directs the show) talked about how surreal the success of the show is, that they always had the goal of doing a TV show but that there were several attempts that fell through, the moment they realized just how many people were actually watching the show, and what fans can expect from the all-new episodes they have airing on Wednesday nights. Check out what they had to say after the jump.
It’s strange to think that the same show that was cancelled for a lack of viewers six years ago is now having to field eager paparazzi interested in snapping shots of the actors on set. Nevertheless, the first images from the set of the fourth season of Arrested Development have hit the interwebs. They’re not much, but for those of us obsessed with finding out what the Bluth family has been up to all this time, shots of David Cross characteristically wrapped up in a body sheet are pretty damn tantalizing. Moreover, it looks like Workaholics stars Blake Anderson, Adam DeVine and Anders Holm make an appearance in an early episode.
Hit the jump to check out the images. Cross, Jason Bateman, Portia de Rossi, Will Arnett, Michael Cera, Alia Shawkat, Tony Hale, Jessica Walter and Jeffrey Tambor all return for the new season of Arrested Development, which will premiere on Netflix sometime next year.
Comedy Central announced today a pre-emptive order for yet another season of Workaholics, the hilarious new comedy series currently in the middle of its second season. A surprisingly funny, and outrageous comedy series, this is one of my favorite new series that seems to be gaining a lot of ground with viewers. Complete with 90′s pop culture references, reckless behavior, ridiculous mishaps and a fantastic trio of main characters composed of Blake Anderson, Adam Devine, Anders Holm, Workaholics is easily one of the best original series Comedy Central has had in awhile. Kent Alterman, head of original programming and production at Comedy Central says, “We feel like the show is one, big public service announcement, teaching the youth of America how to engage with the workplace.” Offices would be much more interesting with this trio around, and a third season is just want the doctor ordered.