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‘Men at Work’ Canceled by TBS

TBS has canceled workplace comedy “Men at Work” after three seasons. Though the series drew 2.6 million viewers when it premiered in 2012, its final season finale had less than a million tuned in. Heading into upfronts — TBS will unveil its 2014-2015 lineup to advertisers Wednesday as part of Turner’s presentation — the network also renewed “Cougar Town” for a sixth and final season.

TBS’ new pickups include “Angie Tribeca,” starring Rashida Jones and produced by Steve Carell; “Buzzy’s,” from David Kohan and Max Mutchnick; and “Your Family Or Mine,” starring Kyle Howard, Kat Foster and Richard Dreyfuss. The cabler has also acquired “American Dad” from Fox for an 11th season.

Men at Work” was created by Breckin Meyer (who headlines TNT’s “Franklin & Bash” alongside Mark-Paul Gosselaar)  and starred Danny Masterson, Adam Busch, James Lesure and Michael Cassidy, produced by Sony Pictures TV and Fanfare.

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