CBS is keeping the laughs comin'.
The network has renewed three of its comedies, Two Broke Girls, Mom and Mike & Molly, for the 2015-16 season, E! News has confirmed.
Mom, which stars Allison Janneyand Anna Faris will return for a third season, while the Melissa McCarthy starrer Mike & Molly will be back for its sixth outing. Two Broke Girls, starring Kat Dennings and Beth Behrs, will return for a fifth season. Both Mom and Mike & Molly hail from Chuck Lorre, who created The Big Bang Theory and Two and a Half Men, which recently finished its 12-year run, while Two Broke Girls comes from Michael Patrick King and Michelle Nader.
Before CBS officially confirmed the renewals, Mom writer Sheldon Bull tweeted the happy news on Wednesday, writing, "MOM picked up for next year! Thanks, fans from all of us at MOM!"
Mike & Molly finished production on its fifth season on Wednesday, and producer Julie Bean posted about the pick-up on Instagram, only to later delete the post. She then posted a photo of a story about the pick-up, which cited her earlier post, adding, "What jerk did that?"
In addition to Two Broke Girls, Mom and Mike & Molly, CBS picked up three of its freshman dramas, Scorpion, Madam Secretary, NCIS: New Orleans, for next season. The Big Bang Theory, TV's No. 1 comedy, has been renewed through season 10.
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