'Tis the season when crushes search for perfect presents, relatives get drunk on eggnog and that couple finally kisses under the mistletoe at a work party — all while families gather 'round the warm glow of the TV to watch all the Christmas antics unfold.
CBS' The Big Bang Theory pulled off quite the impossible: A surprise guest star.
In an era where spoilers are increasingly hard to avoid, TV's No. 1 comedy surprised millions of diehard fans by bringing in Oscar winner and Emmy nominee Billy Bob Thornton for a guest gig as Penny's suitor.
There's no denying that Chuck Lorre is one extremely successful guy.
The man behind a number of popular sitcoms, including Two and a Half Men, The Big Bang Theory, Mike and Molly and Mom, clearly knows what he's doing when it comes to pinning down the building blocks for a hit series.
CBS is expanding its relationship with Kevin Sussman.
The Big Bang Theory series regular has sold a comedy script to CBS, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. It's called Wife of Crime.
Sussman will pen the script for the multicamera comedy about a straitlaced guy from Staten Island who marries into an Italian family with ties to the mob and finds himself drawn to the warmth of his new crime family.