Comedy Central’s cult hit Workaholics has been given the green light on a third season. The slacker comedy that focuses on the terrible transition between college and adulthood is currently in the midst of its second season and getting surprisingly high ratings.
The official press release from the network states Workaholics is the top rated show in its timeslot (Tuesdays, 10:30 p.m.) among men 18-34.
“We’re beyond excited to get working on season three,” said Blake Anderson, Adam Devine, Anders Holm and Kyle Newacheck, all creators and stars of the series. “Unless it’s gonna be hard work — we hate work.”
The first two seasons both comprised of 10 episodes, and the second still has four left to air including the season finale on Nov. 22.