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Air Date: August 12th, 2015

Series Summary
A young man contends with an awkward work environment after expressing his love for a co-worker.

Rating: TV14

Genres: Sitcom


  • Season 1 - Episode 10 : Team Kevin From Work Oct 7, 2015

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    Kevin tires of being "Mr. Nice Guy" and decides to take advantage of Audrey and Brock's relationship difficulties.

  • Season 1 - Episode 9 : Escape From Work Oct 7, 2015

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    Homebound Kevin has a black-and-white dream about Audrey and his work-related troubles; Roxie tries to secure the services of a handsome male nurse; Patti tags along on Audrey's dates with Brock.

  • Season 1 - Episode 8 : Aftershock From Work Sep 30, 2015

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    Kevin is put in charge of conducting an earthquake safety drill for the office; Brian and Patti's boyfriend team up to repair some earthquake damage; Roxie confronts Audrey about her treatment of Kevin.

  • Season 1 - Episode 7 : Secrets From Work Sep 16, 2015

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    Kevin stumbles upon Julia's hidden bathroom, and decides to share the secret with Audrey; Roxie's advice to Patti creates an uncomfortable situation.

  • Season 1 - Episode 6 : Birthday From Work Sep 9, 2015

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    Julia has a cat emergency and leaves Kevin and Audrey in charge of the office; Roxie and Brian go overboard planning a birthday party for Kevin.

ratings & reviews

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  • [McG's] quirky approach mostly works. That’s in part because Reid is just vulnerable and stammering enough as Kevin, and his starry-eyed view of Audrey helps soften the cartoon-like aspects that permeate the show elsewhere, inasmuch as this is ultimately a Kevin-centric look at the world, with Audrey as the center of the universe. Show More

  • On one hand, the microscopic nature of Kevin from Work is fresh and daring in a millennial-friendly sort of way as are Reid and Spara’s attractive visages and tangible chemistry. On the other hand, the webby approach and the caricature heavy supporting cast erode the show’s legitimacy. Show More

  • Random wackiness is only as funny as the story that anchors it, and Kevin relies too much on our Skinnerian tendency to root for the underdog. Show More

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