Not in the mood? All broken up? Can’t watch The Notebook one… more… time?
Well TBS has something for what ails you – it’s their Un-Valentine’s Day Marathon: choice anti-romantic episodes of The Big Bang Theory, Friends and Seinfeld.
So, follow the jump; check out the Un-Valentine’s Day video, and a complete schedule of the seven hours of unromantic fun that TBS has in store for you on
Valentine’s Day Saturday, February 14th from 4-11 (3-10C).
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The Odd Couple makes its debut on CBS on Thursday, February 19, 2015 (8:30/7:30C) leading into the series finale of Two and a Half Men.
The series moves into the timeslot currently occupied by Mom – which will shift to the 9:30 (8:30C) timeslot following reruns of The Big Bang Theory as of Thursday, February 26th.
The Odd Couple stars Matt Perry as Oscar Madison, endearing slob, while the neat freak Felix Unger is played by Thomas Lennon. For more, follow the jump.
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CBS’ The Big Bang Theory has set up an enticing mystery to keep fans intrigued over the summer – where in the world is Sheldon? On its premiere on its new night – Monday, September 22nd (8/7C) – we will get the answer to that question.
Before that, though, we can see what happens when he gets home. Check out the epic trailer after the jump.
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CBS is taking four shows – hits Under the Dome, Person of Interest and The Big Bang Theory; and the new thriller Scorpion – to Comic-Con 2014.
Under the Dome will figure in the Con beyond its panel and exclusive sneak peek – CBS will be offering fans free rides in Under the Dome Pedi-Cabs; The Big Bang Theory brings back its popular Writers’ Room panel for a look at its new season; and Person of Interest will present a special video presentation and Q&A – as it tackles a season in which there are now two operational Machines.
Scropion, though, gets a world premiere screening and panel to introduce the fast-paced, nerds-save-America thriller and branded giveaways that include exclusive, superhero-inspired art.
For a complete schedule of CBS events and tie-ins, follow the jump.
Continue reading Three Hits and New Series, Scorpion, Fuel CBS’ Presence at Comic-Con 2014!
How hard is it to crack the CBS lineup? This hard: CBS has just announced renewals for eighteen shows – including the top-rated drama (NCIS) and comedy (The Big Bang Theory), the top-rated new comedy (The Millers, sadly) and the top-rated news program (60 Minutes). With two previously announced renewals, that means twenty slots in CBS’s schedule have been taken.
For a complete list of returnees, check out the press release after the jump.
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CBS has given The Big Bang Theory a three-season extension. The top-rated comedy half hour will run through the 2016-17 season thanks to the new deal. The series average nearly twenty million viewers a week, so this was a one of the few no-brainers in television.
Check out the press release after the jump.
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Not looking for scary movies for Halloween? TBS has you covered with four Halloween-themed episodes of The Big Bang Theory beginning at 9/8C. Follow the jump for details.
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The Big Bang Theory will premiere on Thursday, September 26th with back-to-back episodes leading in to the series premiere of Robin Williams/Sarah Michelle Geller comedy The Crazy Ones. The remaining part of Thursday’s ninety-minute comedy block, The Millers, will premiere one week later.
The full CBS fall schedule follows the jump.
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TV Guide Magazine has come to realize that the Nielsen Ratings doesn’t always give a true picture of which TV shows are fan favorites. That’s why they chose to give the fans a voice in showing their appreciation for their favorites. TV Guide ran a poll, the fans voted and some of the winners are:
Castle, The Big Bang Theory, Dancing with the Stars, Chuck and Supernatural. Congratulations to Jensen Ackles for winning best actor , Misha Collins for winning best Non-Human Character and Timothy Dalton for winning Best Villain.
Check out the video after the jump to see what the stars of all these shows had to say about winning this award.
Continue reading Television: TV Guide Reveals The Winners of Their ‘Fan Favorites’ Poll And Put’s Them On The Cover
CBS has revealed the dates for season finales for its 2010-11 programming schedule. Included are two-hour finales for The Amazing Race, Survivor: Redemption Island [and, of course, the Survivor: Redemption Island Live Reunion Show, and The Mentalist. The complete list of upcoming CBS season finales follows the jump.
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For three seasons, whenever I’ve tried to watch an episode of The Big Bang Theory [CBS, Mondays, 8/7C], I’ve found it predictable and remarkably unfunny. I’ve even tried episodes that guest-starred the inimitable Christine Baranski. Nothing.
Continue reading The Big Bang Theory Is Funny! When Did That Happen?