2011 | 24 Episodes
Season 1 of 2 Broke Girls premiered on September 19, 2011.
One'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.
2012 | 24 Episodes
Season 2 of 2 Broke Girls premiered on September 24, 2012.
Best 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.
2013 | 24 Episodes
Season 3 of 2 Broke Girls premiered on September 23, 2013.
The 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.
2014 | 22 Episodes
Season 4 of 2 Broke Girls premiered on October 27, 2014.
The 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.