2 Broke Girls aired for six seasons on CBS, and one of the creators of the series, Whitney Cummings, would love to revive the sitcom. She has ideas for what could come next for the characters played by Kat Dennings and Beth Behrs. The sitcom followed the lives of two waitresses and their co-workers and friends.
“I was actually talking to [fellow cocreater] Michael [Patrick King] — we were on a hike — about a musical, like, a Broadway musical or a reboot. I hope so. I would love it so much. Warner Brothers should do it, unless they hate money.”
As for the plot, a revival could see the friends at odds with one another. Cummings said the following about the plot of a 2 Broke Girls revival if it happened:
“I’m seeing a lot of friends of mine start companies and podcasts and stuff together, and then [it has] totally destroyed their personal relationship. I think Michael Patrick King might kill me, but one of my pitches would be that they start a business. Their cupcake business finally takes off … and then they have a money dispute. Or [fight over] is it 50/50, but I’m doing more than you and you hired that person. I would like to see their friendship get tested.”
What do you think? Are you a fan of 2 Broke Girls? Would you like to see the sitcom return in some form?