Not much is known about the upcoming seventh season of CBS' The Big Bang Theory.
Yes, Leonard will be on a boat during his expedition for Stephen Hawking, leaving Penny and Sheldon to support one another in his absence. Raj, now that he's able to talk to women without the assistance of booze, will explore dating. And Amy and Bernadette will spend some time together during a work trip.
The cast and creators of CBS' The Big Bang Theory played host to members of the TV Academy on Thursday during a panel for Emmy voters held on the Burbank soundstage where the Warner Bros. Television comedy is filmed.
CBS' The Big Bang Theory will expand its core circle of friendships to further explore new pairings among the show's central group when season seven of TV's No. 1 comedy returns in the fall.
While Leonard is at sea on an expedition for Stephen Hawking, the friends and neighbors will explore more of their friendship. Penny and Sheldon will be thrown together out of necessity, while Amy and Bernadette hit the road together for the first time without their blond "bestie."
CBS' The Big Bang Theory opened San Diego Comic-Con on Friday in Ballroom 20 -- a downgrade from last year's appearance in the cavernous Hall H -- for what started as a cast-free peek behind the scenes of TV's No. 1 comedy.
The Big Bang Theory is becoming its own work of art.
Producers Warner Bros. Television will unveil The Big Bang Theory Artist Series this week at San Diego Comic-Con. The series will feature original works of art inspired by the show and created by select artists from around the world.
The Big Bang Theory wrapped up its sixth season with a breakthrough for Raj. Overcoming selective mutism was one of scores of watershed moments the CBS comedy celebrated under first-year showrunner Steve Molaro.
While the writer/executive producer has been with the series since season one, Molaro says this year the characters -- because the audience knew them so well -- were in a place where the series was ready to go deeper and "tell stories where things really happen to them and things matter more."
It was a packed house on a windy Tuesday night in mid-April when the cast and creators -- and a live audience filled to the rafters -- gathered on the Warner Bros. Television lot in Burbank to watch the final episode of The Big Bang Theory's sixth season.
TV's No. 1 comedy welcomes one of the small screen's most iconic comedic actors Thursday when Bob Newhart begins the first of what he hopes will be a recurring role on CBS' The Big Bang Theory.
Newhart makes his return to comedy playing Professor Proton, a childhood hero of both Leonard (Johnny Galecki) and Sheldon (Jim Parsons), whom the latter tracks down and invites over for a stroll down memory lane.