This year's PaleyFest has rounded out its lineup, adding heavyweights The Walking Dead and The Big Bang Theory to its 30th annual TV festival.
Other shows to be featured during March 1-15 fest include Community for the fourth straight year (they will present a live table read), Dallas, 2 Broke Girls, Parenthood, New Girl and rookies The Mindy Project, Nashville and Arrow. It was previously announced that Revolution, Once Upon a Time, The Newsroom, The New Normal and American Horror Story: Asylum would be feted.
CBS' The Big Bang Theory is going to the final frontier: Bakersfield.
In Thursday's episode, titled "The Bakersfield Expedition," Sheldon, Leonard, Howard and Raj head to Bakersfield Comic-Con -- in Star Trek: The Next Generation costumes. While they're away, Penny, Bernadette and Amy investigate their final frontier: the comic book shop.
Final Nielsen returns for Thursday night have The Big Bang Theory breaking two records with its first episode of 2013.
Not only do Live+Same Day returns have the CBS comedy setting an even higher bar for total viewers (19.25 million), the episode topped its record haul among adults 18-49. The 6.1 rating bests Thursday's fast affiliate showing by a tenth of a point. (The 6.0 adults record was set on Feb. 8, 2010, and matched the next month.)
[Warning: This story contains spoilers from Thursday's "The 43 Peculiarity."]
CBS' The Big Bang Theory took one giant leap for Penny and Leonard during Thursday's episode.
After monthsyears seasons of on-again-off-again romantic tension between lovably loyal Leonard (Johnny Galecki) and the girl across the hall Penny (Kaley Cuoco), the latter finally muttered the three little words that she's thus far been unable to say to her boyfriend in six seasons.
The cast of CBS' The Big Bang Theory sure knows how put on a show.
Led by co-star Kaley Cuoco, the Thursday night ratings juggernaut surprised showrunners Chuck Lorre, Bill Prady and Steve Molaro during the Oct. 23 live taping with a coordinated flash mob set to Carly Rae Jepsen's summer hit "Call Me Maybe."
After Chuck Lorre's The Bachelor diss ignited a Twitter war, the prolific showrunner apologized -- sort of -- for the remark in his vanity card following Thursday's The Big Bang Theory.
Last week, Lorre used his post-Big Bang vanity card to show his support for President Obama while at the same time criticizing Republicans on topics including gay marriage, the war on terror and voter fraud.
Howard Wolowitz (Simon Helberg), prepare for more awkward family dinners.
The returning payload specialist is poised to make up for lost time and sit down for a Rostenkowski family dinner on CBS' The Big Bang Theory, breaking bread with not only Bernadette's (Melissa Rauch) ex-military father (played by Casey Sander) but also his new bride's mother.
Another day, another feud in the anarchic opinion zone known as Twitter. This time, the verbal bombs are being lobbed at prolific sitcom producer Chuck Lorre. The lobbers? Producers of ABC's The Bachelor franchise.
It all began with Lorre's self-censored vanity card -- a politically charged screed which he resisted appending to the end of CBS' The Big Bang Theory, and instead posted on his own website.
The Big Bang Theory's Sheldon Cooper is about to go head to head with the only person he truly considers his equal: Stephen Hawking.
After an awkward and less than ideal first impression during the CBS hit's fifth season, Hawking returns to the Thursday comedy this week where his friendship with the neurotic Sheldon (Jim Parsons) is threatened when a game of Words With Friends gets a little too competitive.
The second man to walk on the moon is stepping foot into CBS' The Big Bang Theory.
Buzz Aldrin has booked a cameo on the nerdy comedy, CBS has announced. Aldrin, who in 1969 was aboard the first manned lunar landing flight on Apollo 11, will cameo in the Oct. 25 episode, "The Holographic Excitation," when the gang celebrates Halloween.