LOS ANGELES – After six seasons, CBS has axed the comedy series “2 Broke Girls”, a move that has taken fans and stars of the show by surprise.
The series had been rating well throughout its run. The show had an average of 5.6 million viewers each episode in Season 6.
The series, which is produced by Warner Bros. Television and MPK Productions, starred Beth Behrs and Kat Dennings as waitresses working at a Brooklyn who dream of having their own business.
Behrs, who played former rich girl Carolina, and Dennings, who portrayed Max, posted a joint message in their respective social media accounts wherein they said they had a wonderful time doing “2 Broke Girls” and thanked their fans “for watching and enjoying it along with us.”
“We are so proud of our time on ‘2 Broke Girls’ and of all the things this experience has given us, the most treasured is our lifelong friendship,” they said.
“2 Broke Girls” also starred Matthew Moy, Jonathan Kite, Garrett Morris, and Jennifer Coolidge. The series was co-created by Michael Patrick King and Whitney Cummings, with King and Michelle Nader as executive producers.
Meanwhile, CBS has renewed 18 of their series including the reality shows “Big Brother” and “Survivor”; comedy series “Big Bang Theory” and “Life in Pieces”; the drama series “Blue Bloods”; and “Madam Secretary” as well new shows “McGyver” and “Man With a Plan”. GAC/Expat Media
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