TV Show '2 Broke Girls' 6 Seasons

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Comedy about the unlikely friendship that develops between two very different young women who meet waitressing at a diner in trendy Williamsburg, Brooklyn, and form a bond over one day owning their own successful cupcake business. Only one thing stands in their way – they’re broke.

United States of America English

  • a.k.a. Two Broke Girls

Germany German (Deutsch)

Max und Caroline arbeiten als Kellnerinnen in einem Fast-Food-Restaurant in Brooklyn. Zunächst hält die toughe, straßenerprobte Max ihre neue Kollegin Caroline, eine nun mittellose Tochter aus reichem Haus, für eine weitere ungeeignete Servierkraft. Doch schon bald entdeckt Max, die leckere und originelle Cupcakes backt, dass Caroline durch ihr finanzielles Wissen ein Glückstreffer ist. Die beiden ungleichen Frauen freunden sich an und träumen davon, gemeinsam ein eigenes Cupcake-Geschäft zu eröffnen. Da sie dazu mindestens 250.000 Dollar benötigen, beginnen sie ihr Trinkgeld anzusparen...

France French (Français)

Max est une serveuse un peu désabusée qui n'a jamais eu beaucoup d'argent mais assez de malice pour s'en sortir dans la vie. Caroline est une fille à papa d'apparence superficielle, qui se retrouve du jour au lendemain sans un sou mais qui reste optimiste. Ce drôle de duo va alors devoir travailler ensemble et partager un appartement pour le meilleur et pour le pire, en attendant de réaliser leurs rêves...

Italy Italian (Italiano)

Due giovani donne, cameriere in una tavola calda, stringono una strana amicizia con la speranza di avviare un’attività di successo. In attesa di mettere da parte il capitale, Max e Caroline cercano di fare in modo che le loro diversità non compromettano il piano.

Episode Runtimes
brooklyn, new york city
female friendship
new york city
rich vs poor
riches to rags
working life
workplace comedy
Origin Countries
flag of United States of America United States of America
Production Countries
flag of United States of America United States of America
Production Companies
Michael Patrick King Productions
United States of America CBS
Content Ratings / Classifications
United Kingdom 15
United States of America TV-14
Canada PG
Australia M
Switzerland 16
Germany 12
Austria 16
France 16
TMDb 72% · 1,463 (more information on website)
IMDb 66% · 104,822 (more information on website)


NumberOverview#EpisodesAir Date
Season 1One's street-smart and working-class born; the other's book smart and nouveau bankrupt. Together, unlikely roommates and unlikelier friends Max and Caroline are two broke girls waiting tables in a Brooklyn diner while trying to save $250,000 to start a cupcake business. It won't be easy, but the pair's outrageous saucy humor and bossoming friendship make chasing the American dream a priceless adventure.24
Season 2Best friends Max and Caroline are still waiting tables in Brooklyn, but the future looks bright for their start-up business venture. There’s a boost from a famous television personality’s review of Max’s cupcakes, a lucky break in real estate, and a surprise influx of cash, resulting in the grand opening of Max’s Homemade Cupcakes! But success doesn’t happen overnight. There are rat droppings to be dealt with. Plus ex-boyfriends and a new flame. Not to mention long nights packing a pastry gun. And that eviction notice.24
Season 3The third season of 2 Broke Girls serves up sweet surprises for two of Brooklyn’s hottest waitresses, Max and Caroline. They’ve got a new cupcake business at the diner’s back walk-up window, and Caroline and Max negotiate a work-study program at the Manhattan School of Pastry: Caroline works in the office so Max can study professional baking. Plus, love – and the aroma of freshly cooked tarts – is in the air! Caroline has the hots for the school’s hunky master chef and Max falls head over sticky buns for the outrageous class clown. The girls still worry about money – but their friendship is worth a million bucks.24
Season 4The comedic duo that goes together like cupcakes and frosting is back in business and more hilarious than ever! It’s season 4 of 2 Broke Girls where Max and Caroline, friends and roommates who work together at a Brooklyn diner, dish up sarcasm and smarts. They also have their own start-up business selling Max’s Homemade Cupcakes at the diner’s pop-up window, where they dish up the laughs. Lots and lots of laughs.22
Season 5Caroline sells her life story to a film producer for $250,000.[6] She uses most of the money to expand their old cupcake space into the adjacent pizza shop, converting it into a dessert bar. The remaining $30,000 is used to purchase part ownership of the diner to help Han pay off his debts from gambling on women's tennis. While in Hollywood with Caroline consulting on her life story script, Max meets her second major love interest in the series, a Los Angeles-based "lawyer to the stars" named Randy. Meanwhile, despite her advancing age, Sophie becomes pregnant with Oleg's child22
Season 6Sophie and Oleg welcome their baby daughter Barbara to the world. Randy returns to briefly continue his relationship with Max, but it does not work out. Randy wants Max to move to California, but Max, publicly acknowledging her strong friendship with Caroline for the first time, says she cannot do so because she has important people in her life now. Meanwhile, Caroline meets Bobby, a contractor who rebuilds the dessert bar after a storm, and the two start a relationship. By the end of the season, the movie about Caroline's life has been made (albeit with some "creative license" changes), but Caroline destroys a $10,000 on-loan dress at the premiere, which wipes out both her and Max's combined savings and returns them to "broke" status. Randy comes back to New York, this time permanently, and proposes to Max, who accepts21


Max BlackKat Dennings
Caroline ChanningBeth Behrs
Earl WashingtonGarrett Morris
Oleg GolishevskyJonathan Kite
Han LeeMatthew Moy
Sophie KachinskyJennifer Coolidge

Created by


ArtProduction DesignGlenda Rovello
Set DecorationAmy Feldman
CameraDirector of PhotographyChristian La Fountaine
Costume & Make-UpCostume DesignTrayce Gigi Field
Costume SupervisorSuzanne Cranfill
HairstylistLucia Mace
Pixie Schwartz
Makeup ArtistAdam Christopher
Jill Cady
CrewProperty MasterJoshua Meltzer
ProductionAssociate ProducerJessica Gordon-Samek
Shannon Dixon
CastingJulie Ashton
Co-Executive ProducerMichael Glouberman
Michael Lisbe
Nate Reger
Patrick Walsh
Tim Kaiser
Co-ProducerJay O'Connell
Coordinating ProducerMarsy Robinson
Executive ProducerLiz Astrof
Michael Patrick King
Michelle Nader
ProducerBruce Alden
Supervising ProducerBrian Rubenstein
Unit Production ManagerJay O'Connell