‘Workaholics’: Paramount+ Scraps Movie Weeks Before Filming

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In December, the Comedy Central sitcom Workaholics got the green light for a Workaholics film exclusively for the popular streaming service Paramount+. The film would expand on the series finale and showcase what it was like to work during the pandemic, with filming beginning in the spring of this year.

Today it has been revealed that Paramount+ pulled the plug on the Workaholics movie just five weeks before filming. The announcement came via series star Adam Devine’s Instagram account.


Workaholics aired on Comedy Central from April 2011 to March 2017 with a seven-season run. The hit comedy series follows three college friends as they make the not-so-smooth transition from slacker students to professional telemarketers. The series stars Adam Devine, Blake Anderson, and Anders Holm.

Workaholics is available for streaming on Paramount+, Hulu, Youtube (with a primetime subscription), and Philo.

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