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Will Once Upon a Time‘s Rumbelle reunion be a lasting one? Will Haven‘s finale raise a bit of Hell? How will things get “hairy” on New Girl? Coming soon: Beauty and the feast? Read on for answers to those questions plus teases from other shows.
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Did I miss something on Once Upon a Time? I though Charming couldn’t leave Neverland…. –Javiera
A few weeks back, Rumple revealed that once back in Storybrooke, he could fashion an elixir to ward off the fatal side effect of »
- Matt Webb Mitovich
So long, Ashton Kutcher. The "Two and a Half Men" star is no longer the highest-paid actor on TV. That honor now goes to "Modern Family's" Sofia Vergara, who made an estimated $30 million between June 2012 and June 2013, according to Forbes.
The magazine has released its list of the Top 20 highest-paid actors on TV, and Ashton has been knocked down to second place. While Vergara makes $175,000 an episode like her "Modern Family" co-stars, her endorsement deals are pretty impressive. In addition to doing commercials for brands like Diet Pepsi and Cover Girl, the actress also has a clothing line at Kmart and several other endeavors.
While Kutcher is no longer in the lead, he's not doing to shabby, himself. He raked in roughly $24 million for the year, mostly due to his "Two and a Half Men" work. However, he also starred in a Steve Jobs biopic and continues to get checks for "That 70s Show, »
Movies You Haven't Seen with the Cast of The Big Bang Theory
The Big Bang Theory is the biggest comedy on television. And as it saturates syndication while continuing to rack up big numbers during its prime time debut of new episodes, more and more fans are becoming addicted to the wacky antics of Leonard and Sheldon, two brilliant but socially awkward physicists living together and working in Pasadena, California, as they juggle their relationships and friendships with Penny, Amy Farrah Fowler, Howard, Raj, Bernadette and Stuart. Before and during their long and successful 7 season run, the entire cast has contributed to some lesser known movies that you may have never seen or even heard about. If you've already watched every single episode of The Big Bang Theory at least twice, and are looking for a Bazinga fix before new episodes return in 2014 (or you're just looking for something weird »
This Week in TV:
FX acquires the commercial television premiere rights to several of this fall’s biggest movies, including Thor: The Dark World; Comedy Central pulls the plug on The Jeselnik Offensive after season 2; Aisha Tyler joins a sex drama from producer Ryan Murphy (American Horror Story) called Open at HBO; Fxx axes Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell; and Big Bang Theory star Johnny Galecki sells a sitcom pilot titled Here’s Your Damn Family to Fox.
After acquiring the commercial television premiere rights to several of this summer’s biggest theatrical releases earlier this year, FX added to its impressive movie library this week by securing the rights to a slew of fall hits, including Thor: The Dark World.
The post TV News Wrap Up: FX to Air »
- Daniel Johnson
Review Juliette Harrisson 15 Nov 2013 - 13:06
Leonard is made to understand what it's like to be Sheldon in this week's entertainingly self-aware episode of The Big Bang Theory...
This review contains spoilers.
7.8 The Itchy Brain Simulation
Sheldon gives Leonard an idea of what it feels like to be him, while Raj’s love life continues to be a disaster area in an episode that is guaranteed, no matter what you’re wearing, to make you itch constantly for its entire running time.
Having unearthed an old DVD that he failed to return to the rental store seven years ago, Leonard is terrified of Sheldon’s reaction and makes a desperate pre-emptive plea for him not to overreact. Sheldon, however, to everyone’s surprise, is fine (Penny gets freaked out by this unnatural calm and has to leave the room). But Sheldon has thought of a way to make Leonard understand »
TV's two hottest trends in the 2010s, apart from not being watched by people, have been sitcom stars producing shows they won't star in, and shows with curse words in the title. But no one has combined the two until now. Johnny Galecki, tired of merely starring in TV's highest-rated comedy, is now making a bid to extend his hold over America's dwindling network TV viewers for another half hour a week. He's producing Here's Your Damn Family for Fox, alongside former Family Guy writer Ricky Blitt, and former ABC president Stephen McPherson. The »
Johnny Galecki, a man who has dominated the American sitcom landscape since 1992, is hoping to do so again by co-producing the new multi-camera Here's Your Damn Family. Fox just gave a cast-contingent pilot order to the show, which follows "a stunted, set-in-his-ways thirtysomething man living with his mom who finds his perfectly organized world upended when his mother/roommate gets married, and her new husband plus his three teenage children move in." So just a sadder Sheldon Cooper, then. »
- Halle Kiefer
Fox is getting into the Johnny Galecki business.
The network has handed out a pilot order to Here's Your Damn Family, a multicamera comedy executive produced by The Big Bang Theory star, former ABC Entertainment chief Stephen McPherson and writer Ricky Blitt.
Photos: Behind the Scenes: 'The Big Bang Theory'
Here's Your Damn Family revolves around a mom who has been single for two decades and traumatizes her stunted 30-something son with a little surprise -- she just got married and her new husband and his three teenage children are about to move in.
Blitt penned the script on spec and will executive produce the comedy, which landed at Fox with a penalty attached. The project reunites Blitt with Galecki, who starred in the writer's 2002 Fox comedy, Becoming Glen. Galecki and McPherson will executive produce the comedy, »
- Lesley Goldberg
Big Bang Theory star Johnny Galecki’s new comedy project just got a pilot order at Fox.
Fox has made a pilot commitment to Here’s Your Damn Family, a multi-cam comedy about a “a mom who’s been single for two decades traumatizes her stunted 30-something son with a little surprise — she just got married and her new husband and his three teenage children are about to move in.”
- James Hibberd
Fox has given an early pilot order to a half-hour from writer Ricky Blitt, The Big Bang Theory star Johnny Galecki and producer Stephen McPherson. Here’s Your Damn Family, a multi-camera comedy produced by Warner Bros TV, the studio behind Big Bang, has received a cast-contingent order. The project was originally sold to Fox, where McPherson has a first-look deal, with penalty in September. It marked Galecki’s first sale as a producer, and now it is his first pilot order. Here’s Your Damn Family also represents the first pilot order for McPherson in his first season as a producer, in which he sold a dozen or so pitches. The comedy centers on a stunted, set-in-his-ways thirtysomething man living with his mom who finds his perfectly organized world upended when his mother/roommate gets married, and her new husband plus his three teenage children move in. Blitt, Galecki and McPherson executive produce. »
- NELLIE ANDREEVA
The ratings for The Big Bang Theory have been growing each year and season six was the sitcom's best yet. Will they continue to grow, level off, or start to fall? Will it remain the top-rated show on CBS? We shall see.
The Big Bang Theory revolves around a group of geeky scientists, their friends and significant others. The castmembers are Johnny Galecki, Jim Parsons, Kaley Cuoco, Simon Helberg, Kunal Nayyar, Melissa Rauch, and Mayim Bialik.
The ratings are typically the best indication of a show's likelihood of staying on the air. The higher the ratings (particularly the 18-49 demo), the better the chances for survival. This chart will be updated as new ratings data becomes available -- usually the next day, around 11:30am Est/8:30am Pst. Refresh to see the latest.
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"We're dear friends, still. Kaley's not just an ex, she's a part of my life," Galecki tells CBS Watch! magazine, as excerpted by Us Weekly.
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- Sadie Gennis
Johnny Galecki and Kaley Cuoco may have kept their past relationship out of the public eye as much as possible, but now the Big Bang Theory actor is beginning to shed a little light on the two-year romance. "We're dear friends, still. Kaley's not just an ex, she's a part of my life," Galecki explained in the December issue of CBS Watch! magazine. But the notoriously private star shared his reasons as to why he tried to keep his private life just that, private. "I just don't like to speak about it. And not because I'm trying to be enigmatic; I just worry that it will conflict with people's acceptance of Leonard and Penny." He added, "I get the »
"The Big Bang Theory" contained a secret off-screen romance for two years of its run. Though it's since been revealed, Johnny Galecki and Kaley Cuoco kept their relationship under the radar while it lasted.
Three years ago Cuoco spilled the beans about the two year period of time she called Galecki her boyfriend, and now Galecki is telling his side of the story. In an interview with CBS Watch! Magazine (via Us Weekly) he reveals why he's stayed so hush-hush about their relationship.
"I just don't like to speak about it. And not because I'm trying to be enigmatic; I just worry that it will conflict with people's acceptance of Leonard and Penny," he says. "I get the curiosity, but I don't want to distract from the story."
Don't think there are any hard feelings between the pair, especially with Cuoco's recent engagement to Ryan Sweeting. "We're dear friends, still, »
Bob Newhart is returning to one of TV's top shows with an even bigger bang.
Soon after scoring his first-ever Emmy Award for his appearance last season on CBS' "The Big Bang Theory" as former science-show host "Professor Proton," the comedy icon reprises the role Thursday (Nov. 7) in the new episode "The Proton Displacement." The character unwittingly causes a problem by asking Leonard (Johnny Galecki) for help instead of Sheldon (fellow Emmy winner Jim Parsons) ... prompting the jealous Sheldon to bring rival "Science Guy" Bill Nye (playing himself) into the picture.
'This episode is so totally different from the one I was in before," the ever-pleasant, low-key Newhart tells Zap2it. "You really get insight into Sheldon and Leonard's relationship, which I felt was very tender.
"I have one scene where I ask Leonard, 'Why do you put up with Sheldon?' He says, 'Well, he's a friend of mine. »
At long last! Finally, three years after Kaley Cuoco revealed that she had a secret, two-year relationship with Big Bang Theory costar Johnny Galecki, the 38-year-old is opening up about the romance. And yes, the two are still close. "We're dear friends, still. Kaley's not just an ex, she's a part of my life," Galecki tells the December issue of CBS Watch! magazine. So, why has he never mentioned their past before? "I just don't like to speak about it. And not because I'm trying to be [...] »
Newly minted Emmy winner Bob Newhart returns to CBS' The Big Bang Theory this week -- only this time, he's got company. Photos: 'The Big Bang Theory's' Nerdiest Guest Stars Bill Nye will make his debut on TV's No. 1 comedy Thursday when a scorned Sheldon (Jim Parsons) befriends "The Science Guy" when Newhart's Professor Proton asks Leonard (Johnny Galecki) for help with an experiment. After Sheldon reveals he replaced his childhood idol with "a younger model," Professor Proton seems to feel pretty threatened, telling Nye -- who will play himself -- "Back off, bowtie!" Story: 'Big Bang Theory' Cast on Life
- Lesley Goldberg
It's Halloween week and, appropriately, the TV schedules are filled with a bunch of spooky stories, including the return of The Vampire Diaries, David Tennant's jumpy thriller The Escape Artist and Jonathan Rhys Meyers as Dracula.
Read on for full details of this week's Must-See TV below...
Ripper Street: Monday (October 28) at 9pm on BBC One
A sergeant from a neighbouring district in London comes down with a bad case of impaling after being thrown from a window, setting Whitechapel's Detective Inspector Reid (Matthew Macfadyen) out on a mission to bring down the culprit.
Yes, Ripper Street is back, and as you can see from the trailer below, it's kept its heady mix of old-timey violence, action, mystery and prostitutes that made the first series such essential viewing. Adam Rothenberg and nan's favourite-turned-gritty TV star Jerome Flynn also return as Captain Homer Jackson and Det Sgt Drake, who »
If you were fan of Howard's (Simon Helberg) song for Bernadette (Melissa Rauch) during the Thursday (Oct. 24) episode of "The Big Bang Theory" (and how could you not be?), you're in luck: CBS has made the song available for purchase.
The day after fans swooned as Howard sang his original composition "If I Didn't Have You (Bernadette's Song") outside his wife's hospital room during her quarantine after a lab accident, the very sweet and very funny song was released on iTunes in recognition of the show's support of MusiCares, an organization established by the Recording Academy to provide a safety net of critical assistance for music people in times of need.
The cast recording, which features Helberg singing lead with co-stars Johnny Galecki, Jim Parsons, Kaley Cuoco, Kunal Nayyar and Mayim Bialik providing backup, was written by former "Big Bang" guest star Kate Micucci (who recurred in Season 6 as Raj's »
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