The Big Bang Theory

One of the most glamorous television show The Big Bang Theory comes straight from the producers of Two and a Hail Men, the CBS “nerd-com”. This show was premiered on September, 24, 2007. This sitcom is one of the best American situation comedies created by Chuck Lorre and Bill Prady. The show got a 2 season pick-up in March 2009, taking it through to its fourth season in 2010/11.

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The show reveals the consequences when hyper intelligent roommates/physicists who are Caltech prodigies in their twenties. One is Leonard and the other is Sheldon. They understand the theories about universe but their intellect somehow makes them a geek and they stay away from blond beauties. Suddenly like someone who dispels darkness comes in to steal the show. It is Penny-a girl next door. She is young and full of life. She is infectious rather! Sheldon, Leonard’s roommate, is still happy in playing Klingon Boggle with their socially dysfunctional friends, fellow CalTech scientists Wolowitz and Koothrappali. However, Leonard discovers in Penny a plethora of excitement… including love. Kaley Cuoco (Penny), Johnny Galecki (Leonard), Jim Parsons (Sheldon), Jim Parsons (Sheldon) and Sara Gilbert (Leslie Winkle) comprise the cast of the show.
The Big Bang Theory has a rich history. It got kick started in 2006-2007 as a television series. However CBS did not air the show and finally the role was played by Chuck Lorre. They kind of metamorphosed the show with Kaley Cuoco, along with Simon Helberg & Kunal Nayyar. Not only in US, had the show made its debut in UK on Channel 4 on February 14, 2008. This had a whopping audience of 1.0 million. In December 2008, Virgin Media made the first nine episodes of the first season available to watch on its TV Choice On Demand service, and the rest of Season 1 was made available in January 2009.

The Big Bang Theory: Real bang on!

The audience for summer reruns of the sitcom “The Big Bang Theory” is up 52 percent over last summer. Nielsen Media Research says the show had nearly as many viewers as television’s top-rated comedy, “Two and a Half Men.” The humour focuses on nerd-culture jokes—D&D, comic books, Nintendo, the physical structure of the universe—and the inability of either Penny to understand them, or them to understand girls. David Saltzberg, a professor of physics and astronomy at the University of California, Los Angeles, has taken charge of the scripts and provides dialogue, math equations and diagrams used as props. According to executive producer/co-creator Bill Prady, “We’re working on giving Sheldon an actual problem that he’s going to be working on throughout the [first] season so there’s actual progress to the boards … We worked hard to get all the science right.” Apparently the Big Bang Theory might seem to be the heir of to Paul Feig’s “Freaks and Geeks,” the short-lived 1999 sitcom on which Judd Apatow famously worked as a writer. But, actually, Lorre’s show comes from a much-sturdier pedigree. “The Big Bang Theory” reflects a lot of literary flavor with a subtle sophistication and humor as “Ball of Fire.” Luckily, it has found more success than “Freaks and Geeks”: “The Big Bang Theory,” aired every Monday at 9:30 p.m. (est) on CBS, is now in its third season.