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Work It

Work It poster
Air weekdate: Tuesday
Genre: Comedy
Channel: ABC (US)
Status: Ended
4.3 (4 votes)
Amaury Nolasco Amaury Nolasco as Angel Ortiz
Benjamin Koldyke Benjamin Koldyke as Lee Standish
Beth Lacke Beth Lacke as Connie Standish
Hannah Sullivan Hannah Sullivan as Kat Standish
John Caparulo John Caparulo as Brian
Rebecca Mader Rebecca Mader as Grace Hudson
Rochelle Aytes Rochelle Aytes as Vanessa

This high-concept comedy centers on two unrepentant guy's guys who, unable to find work, dress as women to get jobs as pharmaceutical reps. Not only do they pull it off, but they might just learn to be better men in the process. With unemployment an ongoing issue and women now outnumbering men in the workforce, the new comedy series "Work It" follows two alpha males who realize the only way to beat the current "mancession" and land a job in pharmaceutical sales is to pass themselves off as women. Combining all the best elements of the workplace comedy, the buddy comedy and the family comedy, "Work It" centers on Lee Standish (Ben Koldyke) -- a quick-witted and likable family man who used to be a top car salesman until he got laid off -- and Angel Ortiz (Amaury Nolasco) -- a single, hot-headed ladies' man with no filter -- who quickly learn there are fundamental differences in the worlds of men and women that go beyond teetering in high heels and tightening up with Spanx. Lee and Angel are determined to keep their ruse going for as long as they can -- and keep their newly found jobs - in this smart, funny and relevant look at male and female relationships at work, at home and socially. Being a better man sometimes means having to be a better woman.

Work It season 1

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Work It season 1 poster

The plot revolves around two just lost their jobs car salesmen. Not being able to find work, they decide to dress up in women, and are arranged in a pharmaceutical company. This eventually makes them good husbands and fathers, but at the same time causes them to appreciate the sacred nights in bars, where they can be themselves.

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