The office drones of Hampton DeVille are getting ready to clean out their cubicles: "Corporate" has been renewed for a third and final season on Comedy Central.

The cable network announced the news on Monday in a short video promo, revealing that the satirical series would return to the airwaves next year.

"Corporate" star and co-creator Jake Weisman also tweeted about the season three pickup.

"This is very good news," Weisman told fans, adding, "Thank you for watching."

Though "Corporate" hasn't exactly made waves in the same way as that other famous series about the sad sack workers at a fictional company, it's garnered a devoted fanbase throughout its first two seasons. It's also connected strongly with critics, who've labeled it 93 percent fresh on Rotten Tomatoes.

The show follows junior-executives-in-training Matt (co-creator Matt Ingebretson) and Jake (Weisman), who toil away under evil CEO Christian DeVille (Lance Reddick) and his mindless minions, John (Adam Lustick) and Kate (Anne Dudek). The duo become allies with exasperated human resources rep Grace (Aparna Nancherla), who now has to juggle both her soul-sucking job and the increasingly-needy Matt and Jake.

Look for season three of "Corporate" sometime in 2020.