Who wants to wait a full week for fresh footage of 'The Big Bang Theory' season 6 premiere "The Date Night Variable," when we've go a sneak peek clip right here? After all, it isn't every sitcom that plausibly gets to go to outer space, so why not enjoy it? And just because Howard Wolowitz is up in space, doesn't mean that he'll be any further away from the domineering influence of his mother! Will he successfully man up and move out?
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Though most sitcoms with a bit of will they/won't they inevitably find some contrived excuse to get its lead characters together, every so often one accepts when to back off. In the case of 'The Big Bang Theory,' leads Leonard and Penny never worked perfectly as a couple, allowing the writers some flexibility in which idea to play with. But with things getting increasingly awkward in Leonard and Penny 2.0, might the latest guest star be the straw that applied so much physical pressure it severed the camel's spinal column?
Normally, one would think the moment a TV series goes to space, they've officially jumped the shark. Thankfully in the case of 'The Big Bang Theory,' space is par for the course of physicists and engineers! Soon the fall TV season will return from orbit bringing with it all-new episodes of your favorite series, including everyone's favorite nerdly sitcom. But as the first promo shows, could going to space end in disaster? What other relationships might be orbiting doom?
As most fans of 'The Big Bang Theory' well know, the show hit its creative stride by balancing the scales a bit and bringing its ladies to full series regular status. Suddenly it wasn't all about the male geeks, but rather attention given to Mayim Bialik, Kaley Cuoco, Sara Gilbert and Melissa Rauch as well. Now, as 'The Big Bang Theory' breaks orbit by heading into its sixth season, the show will add yet another character to regular status, but who from the group receives the honor?
Never fear, fans of 'The Big Bang Theory' anxiously awaiting the show's sixth season. A little applied physics never hurt anybody, at least seriously enough to delay taping. Well, actually applied physics could kill any number of people based on its principles alone, but not today! Despite a (reportedly) gruesome car crash, actress Mayim Bialik will live to hold Sheldon Cooper's hand once more. But did she leave a piece of herself behind?
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!
Just in time for Comic-Con, CBS has released the full schedule of their fall premiere dates, including favorites like 'Survivor,' 'How I Met Your Mother' and 'The Big Bang Theory,' and newcomers like 'Vegas' and the second season of '2 Broke Girls.'
As television panels gear up at Comic-Con 2012 this week, we've got a look at exclusive posters from some of your favorite shows from Warner Bros. and more! Are you ready to stare into the dreamy eyes of the Winchester brothers of 'Supernatural'? We don't think so, but go ahead.
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?