As fans know, the 2 Broke Girls TV show was cancelled last week, after six seasons on CBS. Now, TV Line reports executive producer Michelle Nader was in talks to bring on Cher as the mother of Kat Dennings’ character, Max Black.
According to the report, they intended to bring on the character in season six, but because of casting issues, decided to delay the introduction until the seventh season of 2 Broke Girls, which now will not come to pass. The CBS sitcom also stars Beth Behrs, Garrett Morris, Jonathan Kite, Matthew Moy, and Jennifer Coolidge.
The news outlet shared the original casting breakdown for the character. Check it out:
[DIANE KING]Late 40s-70s, she’s Max Black’s mother. She’s an attractive woman who will never tell you her age, or the whole truth. She’s incredibly charming and very street smart. You see where Max gets it. LOOKING FOR RECOGNIZABLE NAMES/FACES. GUEST STAR
Cher sounds perfect for the role.
What do you think? Do you wish we’d gotten a chance to see Cher guest star on the 2 Broke Girls TV series? Would she have filled the bill as Max’s mother?
How amazingly fitting Cher would be as Max’s mom!!! That is profoundly so beyond words and NEEDS to happen! Bring it back and make that happen!
Having Cher as Max’s mother would have been so amazing, they really need to rethink their decision about canceling this show
Please do not cancel this show, it so funny and mist of the raunchy stuff that comes from their mouths his over kids heads.
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Heart BREAKING.. Love Cher and could see her as Max’s mom… As is it they left us without the rest of the story or even a way to say goodbye!!
As far as ratings CBS won’t get another one for ANY SHOW from my house! Bring back our show.. I’ll invite you back in. Steal our shows we take your ratings.. PERIOD!
If Cher had recreated the persona she presented on”The Sonny & Cher” program, she would have been FANTASTIC. SO sad the show , 2 Broke Girls has been cancelled.
Max already had an encounter with a “cher” look-alike. She gave Max goosebumps. Therefore, the real Cher as her mother would’ve been awkward in my opinion.
Actually remember that and that is why it could work.. As much as Max hated her mom, seeing look a like, thinking maybe it was could actually cause that reaction.. Think about in our lives. We all have people that we truly think almost evil. So much so that even when they aren’t there, thinking they might be causes that same reaction.
Cher would have been a delightful surprise. I truly truly think that it’s a serious mistake to cancel this show. There’s very few shows that have such strong Female lead to characters.
Cher would have been the icing on the cake..I am not sure if the sponsors or whoever decided to cancel this show is aware that 2Broke Girls reaches a larger age group than the surveys have shown. Please reconsider another season.
Please reconsider another season. Later, Beth and Jennifer Coolidge have been a delightful surprise in each episode
Cher as Kat’s mother really is exciting and would exhibit the larger age group than the surveys have shown.
Who better to play beautiful street smart Max, than the original street smart, beautiful woman – Cher!!
Why would CBS cancel this show at the pinnacle of the storyline. Max is finally finding happiness in her life, Randy is a perfect character w/great comedic timing w the whole cast. It was all caking together. What the heck!!!
TBS PLEASE PICK UP THIS SHOW!! It can’t be over now. There is still so much story left to be told.
Yes, the show could have only got better and not worse. You are cancelling one of the funniest shows on TV. Who ever thought of cancelling this show has no idea what funny is. The cast made this show hilarious, why take it off and with the addition of Cher and that cast would have been even funnier!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Cher would have been a perfect mother for Max!! Boo Hoo!!!
I agree! Cher would be perfect for Max’s mom!
Yes I wish they could have been a 7th season. Cher would have been a great mother for Max.
So sorry to see this show end. Always interesting and I am sure the next venture would have been challenging.