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The rest of the drama series pack is comprised of usual suspects: AMC’s “Breaking Bad,” PBS’ “Downton Abbey,” HBO’s “Game of Thrones” and Showtime’s “Homeland,” which won the 2013 trophy. Notably absent from the race this time around is AMC’s “Mad Men,” and HBO’s “Boardwalk Empire” is sitting it out for the second year in a row after winning in 2012.
Broadcast network shows fared better in the comedy series heat: NBC’s “30 Rock,” CBS’ “The Big Bang Theory,” ABC’s “Modern Family” got noms along with HBO’s “Veep.” “Modern Family” has taken the trophy for three consecutive years.
The non-fiction category repped a range of genres and formats: Espn’s “30 for 30,” CNN’s “Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown,” A »
- Cynthia Littleton
New Big Bang Theory season 7,episode 8 hilarious spoilers & clips hit the net. Last night,CBS released the new spoilers and sneak peek/spoiler clip (below) for their upcoming "The Big Bang Theory" episode 8 of season 7. The episode is entitled, "The Itchy Brain Simulation," and it looks quite hilarious as Leonard nearly itches to death, trying to sport a sweater that Sheldon makes him wear as some sort of punishment, and more. In the new "The Itchy Brain Simulation" episode, Sheldon will end up, punishing Leonard for a past mistake by making him walk a mile in his shoes. Leonard is going to try to keep Sheldon from overreacting when a past mistake comes to light. However, Sheldon will punish Leonard by making him walk a mile in his shoes. In the meantime, Penny is going to confront Raj’s ex-girlfriend, Lucy. Guest stars are going to include: Kate Micucci as Lucy, »
New Big Bang Theory season 7,episode 8 official spoilers,plotline revealed by CBS. Recently, CBS released the new,official,synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "The Big Bang Theory" episode 8 of season 7. The episode is entitled, "The Itchy Brain Simulation," and it sounds like it'll be quite dramatic as Leonard feels the wrath of Sheldon's punishment over a past mistake, and more. In the new,8th episode press release: Sheldon will punish Leonard for a past mistake by making him walk a mile in his shoes. Press release number 2: Leonard is going to try to keep Sheldon from overreacting when a past mistake comes to light. However, Sheldon will punish Leonard by making him walk a mile in his shoes. In the meantime, Penny will confront Raj’s ex-girlfriend, Lucy. Guest stars will feature: Kate Micucci as Lucy, and Morgan Hewitt as Lizzy. The episode was written by Steven Molaro, Bill Prady, »
When it premiered in 2007 the creators and writers Chuck Lorre and Bill Prady had no idea what a massive hit The Big Bang Theory would be or the cultural effect it would have on the world. Without a doubt The Big Bang Theory has exceeded expectations in all areas. The show has managed to create a niche for itself in a very competitive world of TV shows by using a concept that is relatively unique, a wonderful cast and hilarious scripts. The Big Bang Theory is also incredibly scientifically accurate, more than once I have looked up something said on the show out of interest and found it to be not only true but incredibly complex.
One of the main things the show has that others don’t is the character Sheldon Cooper, arguably the protagonist. Sheldon is a unique character in that the writers can use him as a blank canvass of ideas. »
- Joe Davison
To celebrate the impending release of the sixth season of The Big Bang Theory on DVD and Blu-Ray, as well as the Complete Seasons 1-6 boxset on both formats, we are giving two lucky readers the chance to each win a copy of The Big Bang Theory Complete 1-6 DVD Boxset.
Multi-award winning programme creators Chuck Lorre and Bill Prady return for the sixth season, which introduces a new character to the mix. Kevin Saussman (“Ugly Betty”) plays Stuart Bloom, the owner of The Comic Centre of Pasadena. He stars alongside Johnny Galecki (“Rosanne”), Kaley Cuoco (“8 Simple Rules”), Jim Parsons (“Judging Amy”), Kunal Nayyar (“NCIS”), and Simon Helberg (“Reno 911″) with Mayim Hoya Bialik (“Blossom”) and Melissa Rauch (“Dirty Sexy Money”).
In The Big Bang Theory: The Complete Sixth Season, fun discoveries multiply. Leonard learns that jealousy is bad for a relationship (with Penny) but science is good for seduction »
- Simon Gallagher
To mark the release of The Big Bang Theory Season 6 on DVD and Blu-ray 2nd September, we’ve been given two copies of the hit TV series to give away on Blu-ray.
The sixth season, and the complete seasons 1-6 of the smash hit sitcom, which counts the likes of Stephen Hawking, Leonard Nimroy and Stan Lee amongst its fans are available on Blu-ray and DVD with UltraViolet from Monday 2nd September 2013.
Multi-award winning programme creators Chuck Lorre and Bill Prady return for the sixth season which introduces a new character to the mix. Kevin Saussman (“Ugly Betty”) plays Stuart Bloom, the owner of The Comic Centre of Pasadena. He stars alongside Johnny Galecki (“Rosanne”), Kaley Cuoco (“8 Simple Rules”), Jim Parsons (“Judging Amy”), Kunal Nayyar (“NCIS”), and Simon Helberg (“Reno 911”) with Mayim Hoya Bialik (“Blossom”) and Melissa Rauch (“Dirty Sexy Money”).
In The Big Bang Theory: The Complete Sixth Season, »
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. Story: 'Big Bang Theory' Boss Previews New Pairings in Season 7 But beyond that, the series from executive producers Chuck Lorre, Bill Prady and Steve Molaro, doesn't plot too far ahead.
- Lesley Goldberg
Looks like Jennie Garth and ex-husband Peter Facinelli are officially parting ways with their shared real estate property and cashing in on a pretty sweet sale as we speak! According to the Los Angeles Times, the What I Like About You actress and Twilight star have just sold their magnficent Toluca Lake home for a cool $3.99 million to co-creator of The Big Bang Theory, Bill Prady. Prior to their ownership, the stunning nearly half-acre property, which is rich with Hollywood history, has had a number of famous residents, as well. The Paul Williams traditional house was built in 1937 and was once the home of famous country star Tex Ritter, and also where his son, late actor John Ritter, was »
Jennie Garth and Peter Facinelli's marriage might be over, but the pair is still making money together. The former couple sold their home in Toluca Lake for $2 million less than its original asking price, but still earned a hefty $3.99 million off the sale.
They didn't sell the estate to just anyone, either. "The Big Bang Theory" co-creator and executive producer Bill Prady purchased the home, which is incredibly close (by Los Angeles standards) to Warner Bros. Studios in Burbank, Calif.
The home was designed by famed architect Paul Williams. Built in 1937, the six-bedroom mansion also has a pool and playground. Seems like Prady made out pretty well in this situation.
Though Facinelli filed for divorce from Garth in March 2012, the pair only finalized their split in June 2013. The amicable separation was resolved with them agreeing to share custody of their three daughters and Garth declining spousal support. »
Los Angeles, Aug 18: Actress Jennie Garth and her ex-husband, actor Peter Facinelli, have sold their old house in Toluca Lake here for $3.99 million, less than the original asking price, to writer-producer Bill Prady.
The former couple have sold their house for $2 million less than the original asking price, reports femalefirst.co.uk.
The "Twilight Saga" star and the former "Beverly Hills 90210" actress bought the house in 2003 for $1.35 million and lived there until they separated in January 2012 after 11 years of marriage, according to the La Times.
They then put it on the market for $5.9 million.
The property,. »
- Anita Agarwal
CBS' "The Big Bang Theory" is one of the biggest hits on TV, and even though it's entering its seventh season, fans shouldn't be worried about the comedy nearing its end.
Jim Parsons, who's won two Emmys and a Golden Globe for his portrayal of Sheldon Cooper on "The Big Bang Theory," told Emmy magazine, "Part of me thinks this show could go 11 or 12 years ... We seem to be a bit of an anomaly in that we’re holding on to a sizable audience, and it doesn't fluctuate."
Parsons said he plans to stick with the series for its entire run, however long that may be. "I love playing the character and getting to perform live every week,” he told Emmy magazine. “God knows it's been one of the best things that's ever happened to me in my life. From here on out, nothing I do -- no matter how »
- Jaimie Etkin
Besides revealing that Season 7 (which kicks off Sept. 26) picks up about four months after the Season 6 finale – in other words, in real time – Molaro told Michael Ausiello that, just because Raj can now speak to women without being tipsy “doesn’t mean he’s very good at it.”
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Plus, Rauch predicted with a shudder the cries of a baby »
- Team TVLine
Exclusive: With buzz heating up at Comic-Con over network shows and new series, indie documentary Showrunners is primed to capture the zeitgeist. Director Des Doyle nabbed interviews with some of TV’s biggest and brightest creators, including Jj Abrams (Lost), Joss Whedon (Buffy The Vampire Slayer), Bill Prady (The Big Bang Theory), Hart Hanson (Bones), and Jane Espenson (Once Upon A Time). Submarine Entertainment snatched up Us distribution and worldwide sales rights on the Black Sheep Productions pic, which held its own panel today at the pop culture confab. “We are very excited to be working with Des Doyle and the team on their amazing behind the scenes documentary Showrunners, which reveals the seductive, yet terrifying, world of being in charge of running a television show,” said Submarine’s Co-President Dan Braun announcing the deal. “The unprecedented access and attention to detail they achieved in this film is impressive and unique. »
- JEN YAMATO
Friday’s “The Big Bang Theory” panel was supposed to be lacking in its usual Comic-Con star power, with guests scheduled to favor writers over actors.
Fans got their first surprise when Melissa Rauch, who plays Bernadette on the show, surprised everyone as the moderator for the panel that was to include executive producer and showrunner Steve Molaro, co-creator and executive producer Bill Prady, co-executive producers Dave Goetsch, Eric Kaplan, Steve Holland, Maria Ferrari, Jim Reynolds, and UCLA astrophysicist and technical director, David Saltzberg.
Things were going well, with Rauch keeping the discussion moving as if she’d been moonlighting as a Comic-Con panel moderator for the years and proving especially adept at joining the comedic antics of the panel, while keeping the discussion from veering off into orbit. (when Rauch asked the panel whether it was harder to write science or “geekery,” Steve Holland divulged, “We’re all pretty comfortable with the geekery. »
- Kristina Rettig
The Big Bang Theory, arguably the geekiest show that fits right at home at Comic-Con, hit San Diego on Friday for a panel with executive producers Steve Molaro and Bill Prady, as well as a slew of writers from the CBS series. The group, which took fans inside the minds of the writers, was joined by stars Melissa Rauch, who moderated the panel, and Johnny Galecki, who dressed up in Princess Leia's Bounty Hunter disguise to ask the writers a question before joining them up on stage.
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- Natalie Abrams
The Big Bang Theory broke out the big gun at this morning's Comic-Con panel inside a packed Ballroom 20 for its panel discussion.
Executive producer/showrunner Steve Molaro and co-creator/executive producer Bill Prady; co-executive producers Dave Goetsch, Steve Holland, Eric Kaplan and Jim Reynolds; supervising producer Maria Ferrari and science consultant David Saltzberg.
With The Big Bang Theory Season 7 set to debut on September 26, the panel also included a look back »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Matt Richenthal)
Project: CBS’ The Big Bang Theory
The Panel: Moderator Melissa Rauch (Bernadette on the show), surprise midway appearance from Johnny Galecki (Leonard), Steve Molaro (executive producer and showrunner), Bill Prady (co-creator and executive producer), Dave Goetsch (co-ep), Eric Kaplan (co-ep), Jim Reynolds (co-ep), Steve Holland (co-ep), Maria Ferrari (co-ep), and David Saltzberg (science adviser)
Footage Screened: In a pre-taped video, Stephen Hawking — who guest-starred on season 6 — introduced the panel by speaking the lyrics to the show’s theme song through his voice synthesizer. A season 6 sizzle reel highlighted the show’s geekiest moments (which is saying something), including their Star Trek »
- Katie Atkinson
Rauch almost immediately opened the session up for audience questions and there was nothing unusual about a Con-goer in a "Star Wars" costume (specifically Leia's Boushh bounty hunter disguise from "Return of the Jedi") approaching the microphone.
Except it turned out the disguise was another joke. "Who are you?" Rauch asked from the stage. And the stranger at the microphone pulled off the costume's helmet to reveal himself: it was Galecki, who deadpanned the line "Someone who loves you" and promptly bounded up to the stage to join the panel.
Teases for what to expect in Season 7 were limited. »
Special guests livened up Friday’s writers panel for CBS‘ Emmy-nominated comedy The Big Bang Theory, which opened with a taped message from Season 6′s guest star Stephen Hawking. “I’m sorry I can’t be there — I got a flat tire,” he joked. “When I’m not playing Words With Friends with Sheldon, I’m thinking about the universe.” Shortly into the panel led by surprise moderator Melissa Rauch, who plays Bernadette on the show, cast member Johnny Galecki stepped up to the fan microphone in full Star Wars Boushh cosplay before joining the panelists onstage. The hourlong chat with showrunner Bill Prady and exec producer/showrunner Steve Molaro, co-executive producers Dave Goetsch, Steve Holland, Eric Kaplan and Jim Reynolds, supervising producer Maria Ferrari, and science consultant Dr. David Saltzberg, mostly kept to fan inquiries and personal geek anecdotes revealing the nerdy leanings of Big Bang Theory‘s creators. »
- JEN YAMATO
Documentary "Showrunners" is the first film to screen footage at San Diego Comic-Con's new satellite programming room, the Lyceum Theater at Horton Plaza. The film focuses on the challenges of running a television series, going behind the scenes into the writers’ room and on set via interviews with 20 top showrunners including Joss Whedon, J. J. Abrams, Damon Lindelof, and more. Tara Dilullo Bennett ("Lost Encyclopedia," "Fringe: Septembers Notebook") will moderate a panel on the showrunners' craft with contributors featured in the documentary: Hart Hanson ("Bones"), Bill Prady ("The Big Bang Theory"), and Jane Espenson ("Husbands," "Once Upon A Time") as well as "Showrunners" director Des Doyle & Co-Producer Ryan Patrick McGuffey. The Friday afternoon 2 Pm screening will be available to Con attendees who get tickets through a lottery system, details here and below: Entry to the Lyceum requires a separate...
- Anne Thompson
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