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‘Big Bang Theory’ Star Kaley Cuoco Shares Grueling Training Video 2 Weeks After Shoulder Surgery

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‘Big Bang Theory’ Star Kaley Cuoco Shares Grueling Training Video 2 Weeks After Shoulder Surgery
No strain, no gain, eh, Kaley Cuoco?

Two weeks after undergoing shoulder surgery, “The Big Bang Theory” star Cuoco shared just how arduous the road to recovery can be on Saturday, posting a training video to her Instagram account that might make even those without a busted shoulder wince with sympathy pain.

“@proactivesp @torque.fitness helping me train one arm down,” Cuoco wrote.

Also Read: Kaley Cuoco Spends Honeymoon in Hospital Bed (Photo)

The actress added, “2 weeks post Op” and the hashtag “#noexcuses.”

The video featured Cuoco pulling a workout sled by a leash before being ordered to switch and push the sled back, with one arm.

And yes, Cuoco definitely looked like she was feeling the burn.

Also Read: Kaley Cuoco Shares Gruesome Tease of New 'Big Bang Theory' Episode (Photo)

Cuoco shared a photo of herself earlier this month, looking unhappy to be recovering from shoulder surgery just five days after her wedding.
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Donald Glover and Hiro Murai (‘Atlanta’ and ‘This is America’) could be latest to win VMAs and Emmys in the same year

Donald Glover and Hiro Murai (‘Atlanta’ and ‘This is America’) could be latest to win VMAs and Emmys in the same year
“This is America.” And this is “Atlanta,” too. The song and the FX comedy series both made strong cultural impacts this past spring, and they’ve put Donald Glover (aka Childish Gambino) and director Hiro Murai in an unusual position: they could come away winners at the MTV Video Music Awards and the Emmys in the same year. But as unlikely as that seems, it’s not unprecedented.

Just two years ago Beyonce was nominated at both awards, and both for the same project: her visual album “Lemonade.” It was nominated four times by the television academy, including Best Variety Special. And it picked up 11 noms at the VMAs, including Video of the Year for “Formation.” She ended up sweeping the VMAs with eight victories, but she was shut out at the Emmys.

Similarly, Justin Timberlake was up for both prizes in 2013. He won Video of the Year for “Mirrors” at the VMAs,
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The Big Bang Theory: Season 12 Teases, When We'll Know If It's the Final Year

How many more seasons will The Big Bang Theory last? Recently, the cast and creators discussed season 12 and the future of the CBS TV show, via The Hollywood Reporter.

The popular sitcom debuts its 12th season on on September 24th at 8 p.m. Et/Pt. The cast includes Johnny Galecki, Jim Parsons, Mayim Bialik, Simon Helberg, Melissa Rauch, Kunal Nayyar, and Kaley Cuoco.

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‘Big Brother’ And ‘The Four’ Score Season Bests On Thursday

CBS’s Big Brother delivered season-best numbers in viewers and demos Thursday, sailing to No. 1 status on the night in the 18-49 age bracket, while finishing behind network’s The Big Bang Theory repeat in total viewers. CBS’s 10 Pm Swat repeat won the hour in total viewers and finished first in the demo in a three-way tie with NBC's Law & Order; Svu and ABC's The Gong Show. Gong was ABC's smallest…
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’40 Years in the Making: The Magic Music Movie’ Trailer: A Former Fan Tracks Down the Greatest Jam Band That Never Was

’40 Years in the Making: The Magic Music Movie’ Trailer: A Former Fan Tracks Down the Greatest Jam Band That Never Was
Before he became one of television’s most successful writers and producers — his credits include hits like “Murphy Brown,” “Two and a Half Men” and “The Big Bang Theory” — Lee Aronsohn was just another young hippie attending Uc Boulder during the ’70s. Like many who came of adult age during what was termed the “Boulder Revolution,” Aronsohn was a devotee of the local band Magic Music. When you think of all-time-great jam bands, you’re thinking of so much of what Magic Music was: long-haired dudes, sunny songs, a bent towards liberal ideals.

Aronsohn, like many other Boulder residents, was convinced that Magic Music was headed towards the big time. Four decades later, he turns his attention back to the music and place his youth to uncover why — and how — they didn’t. The result is “40 Years in the Making: The Magic Music Movie,” a documentary that tells a story
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'The Big Bang Theory' Star Pitches Another Spinoff at Comic-Con

The Big Bang Theory stars Kunal Nayyar and Mayim Bialik surprised fans at the show's annual writers' room panel Friday at San Diego Comic-Con, where they fielded questions from celebrity moderator and guest star Jerry O'Connell about filming Sheldon and Amy's wedding, whether there's a "Shamy" baby on the way, why Raj remains a bachelor and more. They also discussed the idea of whether there's another spinoff (after CBS prequel Young Sheldon) in store.

Nayyar was the first "surprise" guest, who entered after a setup question from O'Connell about the fact that Raj ...
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Cedric the Entertainer Digs Into New CBS ‘Neighborhood’

Cedric the Entertainer Digs Into New CBS ‘Neighborhood’
When Cedric the Entertainer joined “The Neighborhood,” the show immediately changed focus.

Creator Jim Reynolds (“The Big Bang Theory”) originally envisioned the upcoming CBS show, inspired by his family’s experience moving into a historically black neighborhood in Pasadena, as told through the perspective of his small-screen alter ego. Cedric’s arrival as star and executive producer called for a different approach.

Right off the bat, Cedric told Reynolds that he had a strong point of view, and the showrunner welcomed the input. “He gave us the benefit of having an authentic African-American point of view,” Reynolds says.

Now the
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Go Inside Jim Parsons' $9 Million Los Angeles Mansion Before It's Sold

Now we know where Sheldon Cooper goes home to every night. As Jim Parsons continues working on the successful comedy The Big Bang Theory, the actor has decided to put his home on the market. According to Trulia, the three-bedroom, four-bath home in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Los Feliz became available for $8.95 million. And for those wondering what one gets with such a price tag, we have some answers. The Spanish-style home is tucked behind gates allowing secure privacy for any homeowner. The master suit features a new copper bath, spacious closet and dressing area and a balcony that features breathtaking views of the hills. Other amenities include a free-form swimming...
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2018 TV Scorecard: Which Shows Have Been Renewed or Canceled Already?

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We're now halfway through the year, and it's clear Hollywood waits for no one - TV show cancellations and renewals now happen year round, so it's time to catch up on the latest news. Whether that means some of our favorite shows are disappearing soon or staying around for another shot, we all have to face the music eventually. A few shows have already been canceled, but other series have been luckier. See what's been renewed or canceled so far in 2018 below, and if you don't see your favorite show's fate, check here.

What's Been Renewed ABC Fresh Off the Boat: The groundbreaking comedy got a fifth season from ABC. Station 19: People might not have gone as bonkers for this Grey's Anatomy spinoff as they do for the original medical drama, but it still nabbed a second season renewal. Splitting Up Together: Jenna Fischer's
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2018 TV Scorecard: Which Shows Have Been Renewed or Canceled Already?

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We're now halfway through the year, and it's clear Hollywood waits for no one - TV show cancellations and renewals now happen year round, so it's time to catch up on the latest news. Whether that means some of our favorite shows are disappearing soon or staying around for another shot, we all have to face the music eventually. A few shows have already been canceled, but other series have been luckier. See what's been renewed or canceled so far in 2018 below, and if you don't see your favorite show's fate, check here.

What's Been Renewed ABC Fresh Off the Boat: The groundbreaking comedy got a fifth season from ABC. Station 19: People might not have gone as bonkers for this Grey's Anatomy spinoff as they do for the original medical drama, but it still nabbed a second season renewal. Splitting Up Together: Jenna Fischer's
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'Young Sheldon' Star Iain Armitage Could Be a Millionaire From Season 2 Pay

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'Young Sheldon' Star Iain Armitage Could Be a Millionaire From Season 2 Pay
The kid who plays the young version of "The Big Bang Theory" character Sheldon Cooper is getting a big boost to his bank account ... thanks to the huge success of the CBS spin-off. According to Iain Armitage's "Young Sheldon" contract -- obtained by TMZ -- the star of the show got $30,000 for every episode in Season 1 ... which ended up being 22 strong after a stellar ratings debut scored it a full-season order. Do the math,
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Bazinga! Emmy rule change results in first-ever directing nomination for ‘The Big Bang Theory’ after 255 episodes

Bazinga! Emmy rule change results in first-ever directing nomination for ‘The Big Bang Theory’ after 255 episodes
If at first you don’t succeed, try 254 more times. That’s the lesson that “The Big Bang Theory” learned at the 2018 Emmys when it received its first-ever nomination for Best Comedy Directing for episode #255, titled “The Bow Tie Asymmetry.” Directed by Mark Cendrowski, this episode served as the Season 11 finale and featured the long-awaited marriage between Sheldon (Jim Parsons) and Amy (Mayim Bialik).

Cendrowski is a two-time DGA nominee (2013-14) and the current directors’ branch member on the Emmys’ Board of Governors. Despite directing a whopping 223 episodes of “The Big Bang Theory,” he’d never received an Emmy bid until now, thanks to a brand new rule change.

See 2018 Emmy nominations complete list: All the nominees for the 70th Emmy Awards

As Gold Derby’s contributor Riley Chow previously reported, “One slot [in Best Comedy Directing] is now reserved for the multi-camera contender that receives the most votes. The revised rule book states
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Add One Emmy Nom For ‘Big Bang Theory’ After List Snafu

CBSThe Big Bang Theory actually received three Emmy Awards nominations today after the TV Academy said it inadvertently omitted a nom for the multi-camera sitcom in the Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series category. The directing addition of Mark Cendrowski for helming this season’s finale joins the veteran hit comedy’s nominations today for Outstanding Multi-Camera Picture Editing for a Comedy Series and Outstanding Technical Direction, Camerawork, Video Control…
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TV Academy ‘Inadvertently Left Off’ Emmy Nomination for ‘Big Bang Theory’

TV Academy ‘Inadvertently Left Off’ Emmy Nomination for ‘Big Bang Theory’
As it turns out, “The Big Bang Theory” got one more Emmy nomination than previously thought.

The Television Academy announced Thursday that they had accidentally omitted one of the nominations earned by the long-running CBS sitcom from materials sent out earlier in the day. Specifically, “The Big Bang Theory” was nominated for in the comedy series directing category.

“Voting in the Emmy category of Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series resulted in seven nominees,” the Academy said in a statement. “One of the nominees, ‘The Big Bang Theory’s’ episode ‘The Bow Tie Symmetry,’ directed by Mark Cendrowski, was inadvertently
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Holy mother forking shirt balls! Ted Danson now has the most Best Comedy Actor Emmy nominations

Holy mother forking shirt balls! Ted Danson now has the most Best Comedy Actor Emmy nominations
Good news for Ted Danson: Not only did he receive a Best Comedy Actor nomination for “The Good Place,” but he is now the most nominated performer in the category. Thursday’s nomination marks Danson’s 12th bid in the category, which he has won twice, for “Cheers” in 1990 and 1993.

Danson, who was last Emmy-nominated for his guest turn on “Damages” in 2010, was in a long-standing tie at 11 Best Comedy Actor nominations with Alan Alda and Kelsey Grammer. Alda was the first to hit 11, getting shortlisted every year for playing Hawkeye on “M*A*S*H,” winning in 1974 and 1982. Danson then pulled off the “11 nominations for 11 years” feat for everyone’s favorite bartender Sam Malone.

See Ready the trolley! Ted Danson and Maya Rudolph put ‘The Good Place’ on the map with two Emmy nominations

Though “Frasier” also ran for 11 seasons, Grammer was only nominated 10 times, missing in 2003. He got his first
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Emmys: TV Academy Unveils 'Big Bang Theory' Nom It Originally Omitted (Exclusive)

CBS's The Big Bang Theory received a major Emmy nomination that was not previously announced when the TV Academy unveiled its nominees Thursday morning, The Hollywood Reporter can exclusively report.

"Voting in the Emmy category of Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series resulted in seven nominees," the TV Academy tells THR in a statement. "One of the nominees, The Big Bang Theory's episode 'The Bow Tie Asymmetry,' directed by Mark Cendrowski, was inadvertently left off various Television Academy communications platforms during today's nomination activities."

Under a new rule implemented by the TV Academy after last year'...
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5 Science Channel Shows You Must Watch to Be the Most Engaging Party Guest

There was a time, back in the olden days, when people thought watching TV would make you stupid.

Being a "couch potato" would rot your brain and be a big, fat potato head. That was before we knew to stretch and move while watching and before there were just as many educational networks available as entertainment.

Now, educational programming is entertaining, and as I've watched these five Science Channel shows, I've discovered during casual conversation I can talk more intelligently with people about so much I thought it would be rude not to share. Today, and today only, this secret is free. Free!! 

Soon, you are going to be talking with nerds of all levels from entertainment, to fans of mysteries and crimes, to lovers of astronomy, and ancient history, and so much more. You're going to be doing it with authority. You're welcome. 

Let's have some fun.

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‘Roseanne’: Laurie Metcalf Rides Winning Streak to Emmy Nomination, Despite Roseanne Barr Controversy

‘Roseanne’: Laurie Metcalf Rides Winning Streak to Emmy Nomination, Despite Roseanne Barr Controversy
With a recent Oscar nomination for “Lady Bird” and a Tony drama win for “Three Tall Women,” Laurie Metcalf rode her 2018 winning streak to her ninth Emmy nomination, as Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series for beleaguered ABC show “Roseanne.” While Disney canceled the series after star Roseanne Barr’s racist Twitter rants, ABC will bring back the remaining cast for spin-off series “The Connors,” without Barr.

Clearly, Metcalf was popular enough with Emmy voters to weather the taint of scandal on the series.

After all, she has been notching Emmy nods for decades, going back to four 90s Supporting Actress in a Comedy nominations and three wins for the original “Roseanne” series. In 2016, Metcalf was nominated for three Emmys: Lead Actress in a Comedy Series for “Getting On,” plus Guest Actress in a Drama for “Horace and Pete” as well as Guest Actress in a Comedy for “The Big Bang Theory.
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‘Roseanne’: Laurie Metcalf Rides Winning Streak to Emmy Nomination, Despite Roseanne Barr Controversy

‘Roseanne’: Laurie Metcalf Rides Winning Streak to Emmy Nomination, Despite Roseanne Barr Controversy
With a recent Oscar nomination for “Lady Bird” and a Tony drama win for “Three Tall Women,” Laurie Metcalf rode her 2018 winning streak to her 9th Emmy nomination, as Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series for beleaguered ABC show “Roseanne.” While Disney canceled the series after star Roseanne Barr’s racist Twitter rants, ABC will bring back the remaining cast for spin-off series “The Connors,” without Barr.

Clearly, Metcalf was popular enough with Emmy voters to weather the taint of scandal on the series.

After all, she has been notching Emmy nods for decades, going back to four 90s Supporting Actress in a Comedy nominations and three wins for the original “Roseanne” series. In 2016 Metcalf was nominated for three Emmys: Guest Actress in a Drama for both “Dr. Jenna James” and “Horace and Pete” as well as Guest Actress in a Comedy for “The Big Bang Theory.” In 2007, she
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2018 Emmy nominations: 50 most unforgivable snubs include ‘Outlander,’ ‘Will & Grace,’ ‘The Good Doctor’

2018 Emmy nominations: 50 most unforgivable snubs include ‘Outlander,’ ‘Will & Grace,’ ‘The Good Doctor’
Once again, the Emmy Awards nominations don’t include a ton of TV favorites, including past winners Sean Hayes, Eric McCormack and Debra Messing (“Will & Grace”) as well as fan favorites like “Outlander” stars Caitriona Balfe and Sam Heughan. We pride ourselves on being able to predict which way TV academy voters will go, but we didn’t see their shunning of such Emmy darlings as five-time Best Comedy Series champ “Modern Family” and previous Best Drama Series winner “Homeland.”

We had already written off “Roseanne” after its star imploded on social media. Among the other highly-rated TV fare that didn’t fair well with the Emmys are “The Big Bang Theory,” “The Good Doctor,” “The Good Fight” and “Young Sheldon.”

Below, we enumerate the top 50 snubs in our estimation. These were the shows and performers that we thought had a strong chance to number among this year’s nominees.
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