ACTRESSES Kat Dennings and Beth Behrs have confirmed that their CBS sitcom 2 Broke Girls has been cancelled.
The series, which debuted back in 2011, told the story of friends Max and Caroline.
2 Broke Girls followed the highs and lows of the pair as they battled through their 20s while working together in Brooklyn diner.
The series also saw the girls attempt to start their own cupcake business.
Despite a huge fan following, it's now been confirmed that 2 Broke Girls has been cancelled by US channel CBS.
The show, which recently aired its series six finale, will not be back for series seven.
Taking to social media, the actress had nothing but praise for her co-star Beth Behrs.
She told her Twitter followers: "We've had a wonderful 6 seasons as Max and Caroline and we thank all of you for watching and enjoying it along with us.
"We are so proud of our time on 2 Broke Girls and of all the things this experience has given us, the most treasured is our lifelong friendship."
Devastated fans rushed to mourn the end of the show, with many confessing how upset they were.
One wrote: "@OfficialKat I love you guys. 2 broke girls always in my heart."
With another posting: "@OfficialKatI'm devastated. It was a great show that made my life better for 30 minutes every week. Thank you & @BethBehrs for being #2BrokeGirls"
"@OfficialKatIM PISSED. I need @OfficialKat @BethBehrs Caroline & Max in my life :( For real, best characters ever. #2BrokeGirls," added a third.
2 Broke Girls also starred Matthew Moy, Jonathan Kite, Garrett Morris, and Jennifer Coolidge.
The series was co-created by Sex And The City's Michael Patrick King and Whitney Cummings.
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