Don't be depressed that a new work week has begun. Let's change up the negative feelings usually associated with Monday's by watching some great comedy on TV tonight.
Hump Day is here at last, and with all the cold weather affecting so much of the United States, I bet a lot of you are spending extra time watching TV. Lucky for us, it's a great time to be stuck at home during award season and with so many new shows coming back.
In tonight's one-hour first season finale of "2 Broke Girls," Max and Caroline engage in your typical garden variety stalking of Martha Stewart. The two, all dressed up for a fashion ball at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, are determined to get Martha's stamp of approval on their cupcakes.
Last week seemed typical for CBS’ sitcoms on Monday night, television’s most popular, and raunchy, night of comedy.
When “2 Broke Girls” co-creator Michael Patrick King took the stage to talk to critics during the TCA press tour this morning, little did he know that he would face a ton of questions about the stereotypes and broad comedy he uses on the show.
Despite ABC’s “The Bachelor” dropping to a series low Monday night, a repeat-heavy roster from the competition still gave the network an overall ratings win, according to preliminary numbers.
CBS returned to new episodes Monday after a holiday lull and scored a decisive ratings win thanks largely to the continued strength of “Two and a Half Men” and “2 Broke Girls.” “The Bachelor” season premiere delivered lukewarm numbers for ABC, according to preliminary numbers.
By Tim Kenneally LOS ANGELES (TheWrap.com) – NBC’s “Rock Center With Brian Williams” enjoyed a considerable boost with its interview of disgraced Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky on Monday, while “Two and a Half Men” took the top ratings and helped propel CBS to an overall win for the night, according to preliminary […]
Whitney Cummings is living up to her It Girl title. One day after NBC announced a full-season order of her self-starring comedy, "Whitney," CBS has revealed they're picking up "2 Broke Girls" for a full season. The news came via CBS's Twitter feed on Wednesday: "This Just In: #1 new comedy #2BROKEGIRLS picked up for […]
By FRAZIER MOORE SHERMAN OAKS, Calif. - The gals who play the 2 broke girls are cracking each other up. As their interview takes place in late July, Beth Behrs and Kat Dennings can count a grand total of one week spent working together. That was when they filmed the pilot for "2 Broke Girls" […]