This comedian television show will be followed by three former college friends who tend to party, drink, and play after dropping out as they move into adulthood.
Blake Chesterfield Henderson (Blake Anderson) is the tenderest and excenter of the group, but the most sensitive. Adam Dwanye DeMamp (Adam DeVine), very selfish, is impulsive, crazy and fun-loving. He has a few anger issues, too. In the meantime Anders “Thers” is the most professional Holmvik (Anders Holm) but it is naive and quick to deceive.
TelAmeriCorp, the company, lives together and shares a cabinet. Adam finds Alice Murphy (Maribeth Monroe) an attractive and socially unsound assistant to Jillian Belk (Jillian Bell).
The colleagues in another cubicle are Montez Walker (Erik Griffin), Waymond Womano (Waymond Lee), and Jet Set (Jesse Hudson).
Workaholics is an American sitcom which was initially performed at the Comedy Central in seven seasons between 6 April 2011 and 15 March 2017. The series is co-created and mostly written by Blake Anderson, Adam DeVine and Anders Holm and co-creator Kyle Newacheck, Principal Director and sometime co-star. Jillian Bell, Maribeth Monroe, and Erik Griffin are also featured. In Rancho Cucamonga, California, Anderson, DeVine, and Holm play three college abandonment firms, who are co-workers, friends, and fellow telemarketers.
At college, where Blake and Adam were companions, and Anders was their RA, the major characters met. You continued to conduct your college as you became adults including drinking, gathering, and shooting. The trios, a self-proclaimed family of friendships, generally are limited to the home of the drug dealer in the Californian city of Rancho Cucamonga and to a cabinet shared by the TelAmeriCorp office where they clash with their boss and coworkers.