Television

“2 Broke Girls” moves to Thursday as “Angel From Hell” is removed

CBS was forced to rework its winter schedule after “Angel From Hell” failed to connect with viewers. The comedy centered around a guardian Angel with one last shot to prove her angelic qualities. Despite the popular cast, Jane Lynch and Maggie Lawson, the show couldn’t get off the ground and CBS has removed the show from its lineup.

This hole in the schedule now lets “2 Broke Girls” slide back into the Thursday spot, but it won’t happen right away. Starting on Thursday February 11th, CBS will air a rebroadcast of “The Big Bang Theory.” Then, staring the following week on February 18, 2016, “2 Broke Girls” will premiere in its new time-slot at 9:30pm.

It’s a great leap for “2 Broke Girls,” which stars Kat Dennings and Beth Behrs. The series had been in the coveted Thursday spot before, but moved to make way for newer series. The comedy duo have been playing the roles of Max and Caroline for the past five-years on the network.

The comedy 2 BROKE GIRLS follows 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. The only thing that is really stopping them from succeeding in life is that they continually find themselves scrapping by for rent, let alone capital to get their business off the ground.