Work It (found ABC sitcom series; 2012-2013)

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Work it promo.jpg

The series title card.

Status: Found

Date found: 10 Apr 2021

Found by: Halofan


Work It was an American television sitcom that ran on ABC from January 3rd to January 10th, 2012, and an unknown New Zealand Channel from August 28th to November 6th, 2013, as a mid-season replacement for the cancelled Man Up!. The series is set in St. Louis and is about two men who must dress as women in order to keep a job in a bad economy.

The show was notable for its negative reception by both critics and viewers alike,[1][2] who criticized the show's premise that was considered dated and offensive to both LGBT people and women, its weak humour, and poor acting.[3]

Thirteen episodes were produced for the series, with only the first two airing in America and the rest airing in New Zealand. Of these, only one episode and various promos containing footage from lost episodes have resurfaced.

Simply put, the whereabouts of Work It is unusually confusing and elusive for an ABC sitcom show.

The full show was later uncovered on April 10th, 2021, by "Halofan" after getting it off of a private tracker.

Episode List[edit | edit source]

# Episode Title Air Date Status
1 Pilot Jan 3rd, 2012 Found
2 Shake Your Money Maker Jan 10th, 2012 Found
3 Girl Fight Aug 28th, 2013 Found
4 Field Of Schemes Sept 4th, 2013 Found
5 Close Shave Sept 11th, 2013 Found
6 Space Invaders Sept 18th, 2013 Found
7 Breast Awareness Week Sept 25th, 2013 Found
8 Immaculate Deception Oct 2nd, 2013 Found
9 Surprise Package Oct 9th, 2013 Found
10 Hunger Games Oct 16th, 2013 Found
11 Cinderella Story Oct 23rd, 2013 Found
12 Masquerade Balls Oct 30th, 2013 Found
13 My So-Called Mid-Life Crisis Nov 6th, 2013 Found

Videos[edit | edit source]

A "Series Primere" promo for the pilot containing footage.
Another promo for the pilot containing footage.
Yet another promo for the pilot containing footage.
Low quality footage of the pilot.

References[edit | edit source]