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CBS Cancels ‘2 Broke Girls’ After 6 Seasons

Shelby Chau / May 15, 2017

Fans of raunchy comedy featuring Kat Dennings and Beth Behrs comedy were sad to learn that the series will be canceled after running for the past six seasons.


When the show debuted for the 2011-2012 season, 2 Broke Girls got off to an amazing start. When Two and a Half Men ran its first episode without Charlie Sheen, 2 Broke Girls reaped the benefits coming on afterwards to the tune of 19.4 million viewers.



The series was based on the lives of two females in their mid-20’s. Kat Dennings plays Max Black, the daughter of an unknown father and a poor working-class mother and Beth Behrs plays Caroline Channing, a rich kid growing up who is left penniless and disgraced because of her father’s Ponzi scheme. They end up working together at a diner in Brooklyn – and the rest is history.


There were renewal negotiations taking place between CBS and Warner Bros – and while it appeared that we might have gotten a shortened season 7 with 13-18 episodes, a deal could not be made and CBS canceled the series.



The show was a polarizing one, people either hated it or loved it. It used a reliance on stereotypes and sexualized humor which made it a hit among college students and young males.


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