As expected, CBS has given a full-season order to its new Monday-night comedy "2 Broke Girls."
Running at 8:30 p.m. between "How I Met Your Mother" and "Two and a Half Men," "Broke Girls" has had the highest ratings average among the 18-49 money demo for any new series this fall.
The Warner Bros.-produced "Broke Girls" stars Kat Dennings and Beth Behrs as young, financially strapped waitresses working in New York and getting into adventures.
Seriers co-creator Whitney Cummings is having a rather spectacular fall, with the NBC series she executive produces and headlines, "Whitney," getting picked up last week.
The fate of CBS' other new comedy, Thursday-night sitcom, "How to Be a Gentleman," is far less secure.
The comedy, which stars "Entourage's" Kevin Dillon, dropped 40 percent of the viewers from its hit lead-in at 8 p.m., "Big Bang Theory" (15 million viewers down to 9 million). The drop in the adult demo was 2.7 from 4.8 for "Big Bang Theory."