Comedy Central slacker comedy 'Workaholics' has steadily grown in popularity from its 2011 debut to the point where the cable network ordered fourth and fifth seasons to begin airing in 2014, while the stars made regular rounds at Comic-Con. But has the comedy team behind the series begun work on a feature-length adaptation?
'Workaholics' star and co-creator Adam Devine has been popping up in mainstream comedy more and more, from recent turns in both season 4 of 'Arrested Development' and 'Community,' as well as on the big screen in 'Pitch Perfect.' Now, the Comedy Central star will take what could be his biggest network gig yet in the upcoming fifth season of ABC Emmy-hoarder 'Modern Family.'
Every 'Workaholics' fan knows that they've gotta be fresh, and Comedy Central isn't going to argue any time soon. In addition to the fourth season of the twenty-something slacker comedy set to premiere on January 16, Comedy Central also announced at the Television Critics Association press tour its plans to return 'Workaholics' for a fifth season as well. Additionally, FunnyOrDie sketch 'Drunk History,' has officially been ordered to series but for how many episode? New details inside!
It's been at least a few weeks since we've had any real 'Arrested Development' scoops to report (seriously, this close to writing about the stair car), but thankfully 'Workaholics' star Adam DeVine is happy to do it for us! One of the earliest things we learned about the upcoming Netflix revival of everyone's favorite cancelled FOX series was that all three stars of Comedy Central's cult comedy 'Workaholics' would make an appearance, but what does their interaction with Michael Bluth reveal about the reunion?
Wait, what? Earlier today most everyone in the world was overjoyed to learn that 'Arrested Development' had finally begun production on its long-awaited fourth season, but now it seems that fans have another reason to be happy about the upcoming Netflix episodes. Jason Bateman himself tweeted out the first photo from production, but some of the faces look an awful lot like the stars of 'Workaholics,' rather than 'Arrested Development'...