The lovable geeks on CBS' The Big Bang Theory are growing up before our eyes. Leonard (Johnny Galecki) and Penny (Kaley Cuoco) have routinely pondered marriage, Sheldon (Jim Parsons) and Amy (Mayim Bialik) are kissing -- gasp! -- and Raj (Kunal Nayyar) has broken through with the ladies, while Howard (Simon Helberg) and Bernadette (Melissa Rauch) are growing stronger as they navigate marriage.
Where there's pain for Cinnamon, there may be pleasure for The Big Bang Theory's Raj.
Lost alum Tania Raymonde head to the CBS hit on Thursday, Feb. 6 when, during the comedy's Valentine's Day-themed episode, Leonard and Penny "almost kill" Raj's beloved canine companion, Cinnamon, and The Hollywood Reporter has the first look at the actress' debut.
Fans of CBS' The Big Bang Theory caught a glimpse of Kate Micucci's other talent Thursday when the recurring guest star penned Howard's heartfelt song for Bernadette.
During Thursday's "The Romance Resonance" episode, Micucci -- who plays Raj's ex-girlfriend Lucy -- and her Garfunkel & Oates writing partner Riki Lindhome penned "If I Didn't Have You (Bernadette's Song)" for the comedy.
Just as in the cosmological model that explains how the universe sprang into existence from an infinitely dense singularity, CBS’ The Big Bang Theory has grown with such explosive force that it appears to be its own ever-expanding universe.
CBS' The Big Bang Theory is welcoming back Emmy winner Bob Newhart for a November episode that will also feature Bill Nye.
Newhart will reprise his role in the Nov. 7 episode when his Professor Proton contacts Leonard (Johnny Galecki) to ask for help with an experiment and a scorned Sheldon seeks revenge by befriending a rival science TV host in Nye -- aka "The Science Guy."
The blind auditions continued on NBC’s The Voice with a Washington firefighter, a Christian rock guitarist and the personal assistant/sister to a Big Bang Theory lead. The night was full of childhood singers and soulful voices, each hoping to coax coaches Adam Levine, Christina Aguilera, Cee Lo Green and Blake Shelton.
Prolific producer Chuck Lorre was prepared for the best possible outcome at last Sunday's Primetime Emmy Awards.
The co-creator/executive producer behind The Big Bang Theory used the show's season seven premiere to release the acceptance speech he would have given had the series about a group of lovable nerds won its first best comedy Emmy.