Men at Work

Men at Work TV series on TBSNetwork: TBS
Episodes: 30 (half-hour)
Seasons: Three

TV show dates: May 24, 2012 — March 12, 2014
Series status: Cancelled

Performers include: Adam Busch, Danny Masterson, James Lesure, Michael Cassidy, and Meredith Hagner.

TV show description:      
This buddy comedy follows the misadventures of four very different young men who work together at Full Steam Magazine. Together, the quartet serve as each other’s wingmen as they help each other navigate work, friendship, and women.

Milo (Danny Masterson) is an attractive and funny guy who has a little bit a Peter Pan complex. After his fed-up girlfriend dumps him, Milo is heartbroken and his friends become determined to help him get back in the game.

Gibbs (James Lesure) is a handsome ladies man who is an expert at seducing women. He’s a photographer for the magazine and loves working with his pals — and enjoys the ever-revolving door of beautiful models.

Tyler (Michael Cassidy) is the charming “pretty boy” of the group who brings a dose of style and sophistication with him. As a features writer, he frequently writes celebrity puff pieces for the magazine but would rather be writing material with more depth.

Neal (Adam Busch) is the nerdy one but, strangely enough, is the only one in the group with a steady girlfriend. His life is far from perfect however as his girlfriend Amy (Meredith Hagner) is sometimes looking for experiences outside his comfort zone.

Series Finale:     
Episode #30 — “Odd Milo Out”
Tyler and Jude try to keep their new relationship a secret. Milo, already feeling left out since quitting Full Steam, has his traditional movie night taken away from him. Gibbs is hurt when Neal finds a new apartment. PJ tells a paranoid Myron to expect big changes in the office.
First aired: March 12, 2014.


What do you think? Do you like the Men at Work TV series? Do you think it should have been cancelled or renewed for a fourth season?

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  1. dgroll1 says

    TBS should have kept this series in the summer!!! Too much compition during the winter/spring run!!! Im pissed it got canceled!!!!

  2. Will says

    This show has got to be the stupidest, most out-dated show I’ve ever had the misfortune to watch. I love Breckin Meyer on Franklin & Bash so I gave it a shot, but halfway through the first episode, I had to change the channel. I don’t see how anyone can find this show funny. The writers clearly seem to think that 90’s-style comedy is still relevant and funny… they would be wrong. Why TBS hasn’t cancelled this show is a complete mystery to me.

    • kg says

      love this show. people complaining are elitist snobs that do not represent the majority. it’s an “easy watch” that’s sharp enough every so often. the entertainers are solid and I hope to see a lot more of this show in the coming years.

      • Will says

        Actually, if you did any amount of research on its reviews, the “elitist snobs” ARE the majority. The shows ratings have declined, and the general consensus on almost every forum relating to TV shows is that the writing is trite, dated and just poorly written in general. The writers clearly lack originality. We’re all entitled to our opinion, but maybe we “elitist snobs” can recognize crap when we see it because we have the requisite IQ to process that simple bit of information.

  3. Misanthrope says

    I lost my last shred of interest in TBS Original Series after watching this show for the first time. Sorry, Sullivan & Son.

  4. Lucas says

    I thought this show was actually pretty funny well the first one I saw was not that good but the second was pretty funny.

  5. Greg says

    Stereotypical-formulaic crap. The wise cracking buddy who always wears stupid hats, the henpecked guy, the idiot and the normal guy with the dry “wit.”

    As others said, totally forced, and really not that funny. This show was almost painful to watch, cringe TV that was not meant to be so. In the poomos they said the language was “hip and now,” a statement so dated that it was a sure sign that some old writers were going to write like they were youngsters….and fail miserable at it.

    Please, please, please, just let it die a dignified death.

  6. Kazia says

    This show takes everything on Facebook that was once mildly funny and strings it into a half hour of stereotypical crap.

  7. Frank says

    There is nothing funny about tis show. I watched 10 minutes of the first episode and 5 minutes of the second episode. Not going to watch it again.

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