‘2 Broke Girls’ Season 6 Latest Spoilers, News & Update: Season 7 Renewed Or Not? [Speculations]
The American sitcom "2 Broke Girls" Season 6 is facing a huge dilemma. The withdrawal of significant viewership of the current season is sending out signals for a bleak future of the series. Will there be a seventh installment or not?
The ratings of CBS's sitcom "2 Broke Girls" Season 6 has plummeted down the drain, from 6.4 million to 5.6 million on its episode last Dec. 5. This resulted to speculations that suggest "2 Broke Girls" Season 7 has been cancelled.
"2 Broke Girls" Season 6 has not gained its momentum but instead, it is on a trip going downwards. This is putting the two girls in a difficult position, if the production team can't turn this trend around, they might end up getting axed. Fans of the show will certainly get a heartbreaking news if this happens.
Right now, it is up to the CBS Network to review "2 Broke Girls'" Season 6 performance in the ratings and figure what when wrong. There have been apprehensions regarding the show's stereotypical characters and the jokes that are full of racism and sexism which most of the time are no longer funny but rather offensive.
Meanwhile, in this upcoming episode 10 of "2 Broke Girls" Season 6, Max (Kat Dennings) and Randy (Ed Quinn) will be having a shaky relationship. Both of them will be as irritated as usual by the always-third wheel Caroline (Beth Behrs) in their FaceTime dates. Randy then arranges a date for his co-worker and Caroline.
In another scene of the "2 Broke Girls" season 6 episode 10, the story will start with an approaching perilous hurricane threatening to ruin a big divorce party planned and arranged by Caroline. When the hurricane arrives, the wealthy couple, who are about to get divorced, will be locked up in a dessert bar.
The relationship of Max and Randy of "2 Broke Girls" Season 6 will be threatened by the hurricane as well. Communications will get blocked thus causing a potential mix-up. And the standing tally for their supposed cupcake business is $5,821.62.