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Anders Holm, Nick D'Agosto, Andrew Santino, and Drew Tarver Join 'How I Met Your Dad'

The How I Met Your Mother spinoff starring Greta Gerwig is beginning to round out its cast. TV Line reports that Workaholics' Anders Holm has signed on to play Gavin, a recurring role as "the (soon-to-be-ex) husband of Greta Gerwig's soulmate-searching Sally." In addition to his role on Workaholics, Holm has most recently recurred on The Mindy Project.

Also added to the cast are Nick D'Agosto (who currently appears on Showtime's Masters of Sex) as Frank, "the head of IT for Juliet’s (Krysta Rodriguez) fashion blog who falls for Sally," standup Andrew Santino (currently on ABC's Mixology) as Danny, "Sally’s older brother, a perfect but uptight [...]

Talking to the 'Workaholics' Guys About the New Season

Since premiering in 2011, Workaholics has picked up more and more steam as one of today's most smartly written shows starring some of TV's dumbest characters. Beyond the writing though, the secret ingredient to Workaholics is the real-life friendship between creators/writers/directors/producers Adam DeVine, Anders Holm, and Blake Anderson – a chemistry that earned them a double-season renewal last year. Ahead of tonight's Season 4 premiere, we talked with the Workaholics gang about how their show has evolved, how they come up with fresh ideas, and their extended thoughts on Justin Bieber.

Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg Are Producing a Movie with the 'Workaholics' Guys

Seth Rogen's production company Point Grey is teaming up with legendary producer Scott Rudin to produce a movie that will star Workaholics' stars Anders Holm, Adam DeVine and Blake Anderson. Holm will write the script, and Workaholics co-creator and co-star Kyle Newachack will direct, but the film will be entirely unrelated to their Comedy Central show. Point Grey is made up of Rogen, his frequent co-writer Evan Goldberg and their producer partner James Weaver. Holm, DeVine, Anderson and Newachack have worked together for years as part of the sketch troupe Mail Order Comedy.

DeVine gave these details about the upcoming film to Splitsider a couple weeks ago:

Yeah, we’ve written a script that [...]