The 'Workaholics' Cast Is Already Everywhere

by Caroline Gerdes
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What a long, strange trip it's been. After seven seasons, the guys on Workaholics may have gotten a little older, but they certainly aren't any wiser. And, with their antics still just as immature and hilarious as ever, we bid adieu. That's right, Workaholics won't return after the episode airing on Wednesday, March 15, its series finale.

Fans of the show, who have been along for ride since 2011, will certainly miss the series, but in some ways, it will never leave us. How can it, when Workaholics has created new words, like acid-dent and fearection? And, we'll never use the word "weird" the same way again.

The main guys, played by the show's creators Anders Holm, Blake Anderson, and Adam Devine, however, have grown up quite a bit over the last six or so years. Their house on Workaholics is real, and actually where Devine, Anderson, and director Kyle Newacheck lived for three years. Since they've moved out and on IRL, it makes sense that the series must end. But, don't worry, this won't be the last you see of the Workaholics cast. Actually, there are already a ton of movies and shows you can watch starring Holm, Anderson, and Devine, as well as their scene-stealing co-stars Jillian Bell (Jillian) and Maribeth Monroe (Alice).

'Arrested Development'

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The three Workaholics guys make a memorable cameo in one episode of the latest Arrested Development season.


Holm, Anderson, and Devine also made an appearance together in the Zac Efron and Seth Rogen movie Neighbors.


Blake Anderson played Will in the 2015 movie Dope.

'Parks & Rec'

Anderson also played one of the Gryzzl dudes on Parks & Recreation.

'Mike And Dave Need Wedding Dates'

Devine starred alongside Zac Efron in the 2016 comedy based on a viral Craigslist ad.

'Pitch Perfect'

Devine also starred alongside the Bellas in both Pitch Perfect movies as Amy's (Rebel Wilson) main, star-crossed squeeze.


Comedy Central

Bell stars in this Comedy Central series, which returns for Season 2 on April 6.

'Modern Family'

Devine plays Haley's will they, won't they love interest Andy on Modern Family.

'The Mindy Project'

Remember when Mindy was engaged to Holm's character, Casey? They went to Haiti together? She cut her hair off? Whatever, IMHO he's still better than Danny Castellano.

'The Good Place'


Monroe appeared in an episode of The Good Place Season 1 as the memorable Mindy St. Claire.

'Brooklyn Nine-Nine'

Holm played Soren, one half of the Swedish cop duo, alongside Riki Lindhome, on an episode of Brooklyn Nine-Nine.

'How To Be Single'

Holm was pretty hunky in the 2016 movie How To Be Single.


Holm showed his sweet and sensitive side as an expectant dad in Unexpected.

'The Intern'

Devine plays a goofy guy at the office and Holm plays Anne Hathaway's husband in The Intern, and even though it's about a workplace and stars both of them, it's nothing like Workaholics.

Then again, I don't think anything will ever really be like Workaholics, so even though the cast is has found more success, fans will always miss the comedy series.