The REAL Reason Why 2 Broke Girls Got Canceled!
The American sitcom 2 Broke Girls was a show that excited as many as it disappointed. Throughout its six-season run, 2 Broke Girls received mixed reviews from viewers and critics alike.
The show follows the lives of Caroline Channing and Max Black. Caroline is the typical spoilt brat who has to deal with life in a classic riches to rags story, while Max is just a run-of-the-mill broke — she’s hard around the edges, but her sarcasm, street smartness, and don’t-give-a-damn attitude provide a breath of fresh air to 2 Broke Girls. The series captures the two girls’ shenanigans as they try to run a cupcake business while struggling with, well, being broke.
2 Broke Girls was produced by Warner Bros. Television and aired on CBS from September 19, 2011, to April 17, 2017. The show’s popularity was inconsistent; the chemistry the two lead characters shared was loved by all throughout the 138 episodes, but almost everything else in the sitcom left much to be desired.
Many found the comic timing to be off, the jokes too offensive, the side actors too banal, and the main characters too predictable. Nevertheless, 2 Broke Girls was loved by many who were left heartbroken when the series was unexpectedly canceled. Fans even took to social media to voice their disappointment over 2 Broke Girls’ sudden end.