Comedy Central has extended the series “Workaholics” for two more cycles, giving the program a sixth and seventh season on the Viacom-owned outlet. Each season will consist of 10 episodes. New shows…
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Comedy Central has renewed "Workaholics" for a third season, airing in 2012.
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Comedy Central isn't giving any time off to its ''Workaholics.''
Trios of twentysomething slackers are hardly a new construct but there's always room for more when the group is as brazen, funny and drug-addled as the gang in "Workaholics."