Best Shows about Workplace and Co-Workers

Best Shows about Workplace and Co-Workers

Such a big portion of our lives is spent at the office and with our workplace. Some people say that they spend more time at the office than home and more with their co-workers than family. There came a time during the COVID-19 lockdown when people started missing their offices and the people they worked with. This is why so many shows have been made about the workplace.

There are a huge number of shows made about the offices that it doesn’t matter what kind of work is it that you do, you’ll find something relevant to you. So, if you’re getting some similar funny moments in the office or missing those moments, we’re giving you a list of shows that you can watch to get the vibe.

The best part is that you can watch these movies and shows online, no matter what your tastes are. Streaming services have become a reality thanks to platforms like Netflix and Amazon. However, you can ruin your mood and spoil your viewing experience if your internet connection is slow. If you do not have a good internet service provider, you should consider Mediacom. With their high-speed connectivity and economical packages, you will not only enjoy an amazing streaming experience but save money as well. For more details, call Mediacom customer service right away.

With that resolved, here is a list of shows about the workplace and co-workers that you will definitely enjoy.

The Office (2005)

We didn’t dare start this list by mentioning any other show than The Office. It is one of the most popular workplace shows ever made. This mockumentary sitcom series had names like Steve Carrel, Rainn Wilson, John Krasinski, and Mindy Kaling, to name a few. The show is about the routine lives of Americans working 9 to 5 at Dunder Mifflin Paper Company.

The style of making this show got so popular that many other shows followed this series. The show has always balanced the cringe workplace humor with equally loving moments between coworkers. This is one of the reasons why people re-watch this show so much. It takes off the everyday pressure and is like a comfort show for so many.

Industry (2020)

This show can be best described as when Euphoria Met Investment Banking. The industry is set in a London Investment Bank. The story follows five summer associates that are competing for a full-time job at this bank. The show is smart, witty, suspenseful, and sometimes completely off the chart with its comedy; it will keep you hooked. The industry is full of alien terms of investment, intense workplace politics, and the personal relations of these highly competitive youngsters.

Myha’la Herrold has given an amazing performance in the show to make her way through a highly patriarchal setup. Marisa Abela, David Jonsson, and Ken Leung give some other significant performances.

The IT Crowd (2006)

This British sitcom comes close to the kind of hustle The Office displays. The IT Crowd shows the struggles of working at an office trapped in a corporation that only hires buffoons. The IT team at the office is comprised of actors like Katherine Parkinson, Chris O’Dowd, and Richard Ayoade. We didn’t get what exactly is it that they do but that doesn’t matter. The two tech geeks are working at an IT firm. But things take a turn when a new manager is hired, who is not very literate in IT.

This show is like a mashup between The Office and Big Bang Theory. With the brilliant British humor, workplace environment, and some nerd characters, this show is a really good watch.

Parks and Recreation (2009)

This awesome show has it all, brilliant comedy for ages, a stellar cast, and a sense of positivity that keeps the viewers engaged through and through. An enthusiastic bureaucrat Leslie Knope, played by Amy Poehler, joins a government office in Indiana that is full of corrupt, lazy, and eccentric people. They are adamant about making Leslie’s workplace, well, not so pleasant.

These people include Ron Swanson (Nick Offerman), Tom (Aziz Ansari), and April (Aubrey Plaza) who happens to be a pessimist. Though they are creating hurdles in Leslie’s way, she always manages to make her way through using her love for her coworkers and her town. The show’s comic timing is always on point and one can be disappointed to know that Amy didn’t win a single Emmy for her brilliant performance.

Ted Lasso (2020)

This may not exactly be a workplace show in traditional terms but watch and you’ll get why we added this to the list. Played by Jason Sudeikis, Ted is an American football team coach. A British soccer team coach hires him but he lacks the relevant knowledge. While Rebecca Welton, played by Hannah Waddingham, is trying to sabotage the team, Ted tries to make things right through his optimism and quirky jokes.

And as a result, the team eventually starts to win. This show is being called The Office of its time. Well isn’t that a big compliment?


All the shows we have told you about will make a great marathon of workplace episodes. Sometimes it will be relatable and other times you’ll wish it was relatable. Anyways, you will definitely enjoy the ride.