Earlier today, we saw a surprising article that detailed the current state of viewers for Sunday night cable series, some of which hardly seemed like they could be true. And yet, for as critically adored as series like 'Breaking Bad' may be, it just isn't where the big bucks are. A new list of TV's most paid stars that came out today will equally shock you, particularly when your salary is less than that of a monkey. Enjoy!
The Big Bang Theory
The whole universe was in a hot, dense state, agonizingly waiting for CBS mega-hit comedy and convention staple 'The Big Bang Theory' to announce its Comic-Con 2012 plans, but no longer! Just one week before the big show, we've learned who from the cast and crew will be on hand to preview the upcoming season of everyone's favorite Thursday sitcom! So, geniuses, who do you think will show?
It's coming. June has arrived, and the last we checked July was sure to follow. It can mean only one thing. Comic-Con 2012 is nearly upon us! So whether you're there for the comics or the culture, TV's presence at the big Con only grows from year to year. Now that Warner Bros. is the first to announce their plans for San Diego 2012, what geek-friendly TV shows have moved on up to the big show, and when can fans see them?
We're definitely at that time of the season where all the network shows have started barreling toward their season finales, but still not quite far enough along that we don't have time to wait. But why toll in uncertainty over the season finales' of 'Two and a Half Men,' How I Met Your Mother, and 'The Big Bang Theory,' when we've got the scoop right here?
One mere week after 'The Big Bang Theory's Sheldon Cooper got to interact (via dreamed voice-over) with one of his life-long idols Leonard Nimoy, the illustrious if socially-awkward scientist is about to get sucked into another black hole of geeking out. Don't get up, though, we'll bring the sneak peek to you...
Even if you've won the Nobel prize and cultivated a lifetime of world-renowned advancements in the scientific community, you're just not somebody until you've appeared on 'The Big Bang Theory.' That's right 'Bang'ers, after what seems like a lifetime of trying, 'The Big Bang Theory' has finally managed to make the theoretical reality, bringing in world-renowned physics
robot professor Stephen Hawking!
That Leonard Nimoy sure likes to talk a big game about retiring from acting, but leave it to the eggheads of 'The Big Bang Theory' to engineer a way for the legendary sci-fi actor to make an appearance.
That's right, 'Bang' theorists, we're all about to live a bit prosperously longer when former 'Star Trek' star Leonard Nimoy finally makes his presence known on an upcoming March 29 episode of 'The Big Bang Theory,' according to a new TVLine report.