‘Men at Work’ Premieres on BeTV this September

Get set for some seriously tongue-in-cheek humor, irreverent behavior and absolute fun in the brand new US sitcom, Men At Work on beTV! Dubbed an all-male version of Sex and the City – only that it’s funny – and reminiscent of Seinfeld, Men at Work is positively the fresh, must-catch half-hour of laughs on TV.

Meet the recently dumped, Peter Pan-complex Milo (Danny Masterson, That ‘70s Show) whose friends are helping to get back onto the dating scene. Gibbs (James Lesure, Las Vegas) is a photographer and ladies man who tries to seduce every pretty lady he meets. Tyler (Michael Cassidy, The O.C.) plays a charming features writer who adds some style to the group. And Neal (Adam Busch, Buffy, the Vampire Slayer) is so dorky he needs advice on talking dirty, but is the only one with a girlfriend – who happens to be their boss’ daughter. Together, they take on New York and live life “Full Steam” ahead, in the spirit of the magazine they work for!

Enjoy a good laugh and you may even pick up a thing or two about bouncing back from break-ups from “Men at Work,” which will start airing on September 3, and every weeknight thereafter at 8:30 pm,
first and exclusive on beTV!

Right after “Men at Work” stay tuned in to beTV for “How to be a Gentleman” at 8:55 pm on weeknights. Inspired by the non-fiction novel of the same name, How to be a Gentleman is a comedy about the unlikely friendship between a traditional, uptight columnist and an unrefined personal trainer. Andrew Carlson (David Hornsby, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia) is an etiquette columnist whose devotion to ideals from a more civilized time has lead to a life detached from modern society. Infectiously optimistic, Bert Lansing (Kevin Dillon, Entourage) is a reformed “bad boy” from Andrew’s past who inherited a fitness center, but can still be rude, loud and sloppy.

When Andrew’s editor, Jerry (Dave Foley), tells him to put a modern, sexy twist on his column or be fired, he hires Bert as a life coach in the hopes of learning to be less “gentle man” and more of a “real man.” Though Andrew and Bert’s views may be centuries apart, they may find they are each other’s missing link. Watch “How to be a Gentleman” premieres on September 3 at 8:55 pm, first and exclusive on beTV.

beTV airs on SkyCable (Channel 35), Dream Satellite (Channel 36) and Cignal Digital TV (Channel 37).

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