The cast of Workaholics won't be punching out anytime soon.
Comedy Central has ordered two more seasons of the office single-camera comedy, the cable network announced Saturday at the winter TV previews.
"When I realized Workaholics is not a reality show, it made me appreciate the guys' talent that much more," Comedy Central's Head of Original Programming and Production, Kent Alterman said in a statement. "It only seems right that we would renew for two seasons."
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AMC has renewed The Walking Dead for a third season.
"Today we are pleased to announce that the 'dead' shall live as we proudly renew The Walking Dead for a third season on AMC and, globally, with our terrific partners at Fox International Channels," AMC President Charlie Collier said in a statement Tuesday. "We are thankful for everyone's contribution in front of and behind the camera as we continue to make The Walking Dead a unique television experience. And, we are so proud as it ...
Workaholics will be punching back in for a second season, Comedy Central announced Wednesday.
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On a busy Wednesday of new TV, we hear a familiar sound. It's the numbing drum roll of broadcast-network mediocrity, which beats on into the late midseason as Fox offers up a new comedy titled Breaking In (9:30/8:30c). Because heaven forbid something might actually break out this year.
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This isn't a terrible show, because that might make it memorable. Instead, it falls into that category of being fairly clever without really being funny or all that amusing. A caper series with a high geek factor, Breaking In reminds me of those debates from Chuck's early days...