The Big Bang Theory (2007– )
We are inching nearer to the network's annual upfront presentation, and some shows are emerging as likely candidates to be canceled.
While some shows are on the bubble, there are others that are performing so bad that they are likely to get the pink slip in May.
Have a look at our predictions for your favorite CBS shows below!
1. The Big Bang Theory - Renewed! This veteran comedy series is averaging 14.8 million viewers and a 2.9 rating among adults 18-49. It secures huge gains when delayed viewing is factored in. 2. Young Sheldon - Renewed! This spin-off of The Big Bang Theory is holding up well. It is averaging 12.9 million viewers and a 2.4 rating among adults 18-49. 3. Mom - Certain Renewal It's not often TV shows are up in the ratings year-to-year,
Because of that, Arthur Curry’s first solo flick is one of our most anticipated superhero films to roll out in 2018, an excitement that was doubled upon hearing how the first audiences to have attended test screenings praised the action and emotion they witnessed. Really, if this holds up, Warner Bros. could have a Wonder Woman-like hit on their hands.
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Bill Gates Will Guest Star on The Big Bang Theory
East Texas, 1989, and a nine-year-old boy is playing with his train set. Not so much for the love of trains but because it allows him to demonstrate Newton’s first law of motion, that an object in motion stays in motion with the same speed and in the same direction unless acted upon by another force. This little boy will become a physicist one day.
“Dinner’s ready,” the boy’s mum calls out. He doesn’t go down, until his twin sister threatens to lick his toothbrush if he doesn’t. He has a thing about cleanliness: he puts on mittens before holding hands with his family to thank God for the food they are about to receive (Mum’s into Him – God, that is).
Because of that, Arthur Curry’s first solo flick is one of my most anticipated superhero films to roll out in 2018, an excitement that was doubled upon hearing how the first audiences to have attended test screenings praised the action and emotion they witnessed. Really, if this holds up, Warner Bros. could have a Wonder Woman-like hit on their hands.
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Speaking of which, it was only a matter of time before those who
The unit of 21st Century Fox, controlled by Rupert Murdoch and his family, will on March 1 convene a day-long, off-the-record meeting on the lot of the company’s 20th Century Fox studio. Invitees include major advertisers and ad buyers, Fox Networks executives and a handful of other top TV-ad salespeople, according to two people familiar with the matter. The idea, these people say, is to get the industry talking about ways to solve some of its biggest problems, such as devising a new financial model for high-quality video programming while viewers increasingly migrate to on-demand streaming opportunities.
Fox, which has agreed to sell a significant chunk of its assets to Walt Disney in a $52.4 billion deal, competes fiercely with everyone from CBS to NBCUniversal. But all the players in the entertainment sector have flailed about for
Amazon will premiere all six episodes of Prime Original “The Dangerous Book for Boys” on Prime Video on March 30. The family series is executive produced by Bryan Cranston, Greg Mottola, James Degus, and Michael Glouberman. The show, inspired by a book of the same name, follows a family as they find a handbook a father left for his sons after his passing. Watch the trailer below.
Netflix announced Tuesday the second season of “Santa Clarita Diet” will be available to stream starting March 23. The series stars Drew Barrymore and Timothy Olyphant. Joel McHale will guest star in the horror comedy this season.
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The episode, which aired immediately after Super Bowl Lii, gained 6.45 million viewers in seven days of playback for a 24 percent gain. The episode, easily the show’s highest-rated over two seasons, rose from a 9.3 in rating in adults 18-49 to an 11.6 for a gain of 25 percent. The news comes a week after the series posted the biggest Live+7 gains in NBC’s history.
“The Big Bang Theory” ran a distant second to “This Is Us” for the week, gaining 59 percent in the key demo to grow to a 4.6 and 33 percent in total viewers to capture 19.58 million. Fox’s freshman hit “9-1-1” rounded out the top three, growing 94 percent in the key demo and 70 percent in total viewers.
Read the top 25 shows in both the key demo and total viewers for week 19 below.
The latest addition to the cast is Bill Gates, and he will play himself in one episode of the CBS comedy series that will hit the air in March.
But what causes his path to cross with the characters?
According to various reports, the Microsoft co-founder will show up at a function at Penny's work, and her brainy friends will go to extreme lengths to try and get an invite to the event.
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Will everyone find a way to meet the genius, or will some of the key characters be left out in the cold?
The series has become well-known for casting some of the biggest names in the world.
The Microsoft founder will make a special guest-starring appearance as himself in a late March episode of TV’s No. 1 sitcom, when he attends a work function at Penny’s (played by Kaley Cuoco) pharmaceutical company. Getting wind of the VIP visit, Leonard, Sheldon et al do everything in their power to meet the computing icon.
Gates thus becomes the latest in an ever-longer line of nerd-tastic castings on the CBS hitcom, following in the footsteps of Star Trek
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates has booked a one-episode appearance on the current 11th season of the geek-tastic comedy.
Gates will play himself in a March episode during which Penny (Kaley Cuoco) hosts him at work. And as you'd expect from Big Bang, the Sheldon (Jim Parsons), Leonard (Johnny Galecki), Raj (Kunal Nayaar) and Howard (Simon Helberg) do everything in their power to meet him.
The episode will air later in March.
Gates becomes the latest big name to book a gig on Big Bang. Gates joins a guest list...
Zac Efron is taking on the role of Bundy in the film, which will tell the story through the eyes of his girlfriend Elizabeth Kloepfer, played by Lily Collins (To the Bone). Also featuring in the cast are John Malkovich (Deepwater Horizon), Angela Sarafyan (Westworld), Grace Victoria Cox (Heathers), Jeffrey Donovan (Burn Notice), Kaya Scodelario (Maze Runner: The Death Cure), Jim Parsons (The Big Bang Theory), Haley Joel Osment (The Sixth Sense), Terry Kinney (Billions), Dylan Baker (The Americans), and Metallica frontman James Hetfield.
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It was bursting at the seams with shocking twists, stellar writing and outstanding performances from all of the cast members.
When Big Little Lies Season 2 was confirmed, many speculated who would and wouldn't be returning for the highly anticipated follow-up.
With Reese Witherspoon and Nicole Kidman already signed up to appear, many wondered whether Shailene Woodley would return as Jane.
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TV Line has confirmed that Woodley will be back for another season of twists and turns. It's still unclear at this stage whether Iain Armitage who played her son Ziggy will appear.
Armitage is busy with his series regular duties on The Big Bang Theory spinoff, Young Sheldon,