September 24, 2011 by Post Team
Whitney Cummings, Whitney Cummings was certainly celebrating this week, the new show which she co-wrote and co-creator of ’2 girls broke “, premiered on Monday (19 / 9) and brought in 19.2 million viewers CBS. There was cause for double celebration, as well as her other show – sitcom “Whitney” – was one of the most watched shows on Thursday (22 / 9) night, though contrasting simply pulling an audience of 6.7 million , reports The Inquisitr.
The star was in buoyant mood before “Whitney” on the air as he spoke with the Press Association, CBS Reports – though he stressed the two programs were not in competition with each other. “I do not really think we’re competing,” said “and they are two different programs, although both of them I am very proud.”
“Whitney,” about a group of peoples relations, has been compared with friends, and Cummings admitted that the show was an inspiration to her, “the characters in” Friends are “all very funny and had its own thing and were all very specific and fully developed … That was always my goal. Each character must be able to have a spin-off program. ”
Cummings also explained that the characters in both programs were based largely on her – but any notion of vanity were defeated quickly: “There is no difference between me and my mood and my character, just because I’m lazy,” he admitted, “It’s people important that I know of my stand-up recognized me at the show. That’s what brought me here. “
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