I cannot believe How I Met Your Mother is finally coming to an end tonight. I always wonder if people who aren’t necessarily TV lovers, think it’s weird how attached people get to TV shows. It’s because these shows are with us all the time, they’re by our side through different stages of our lives, always there to rely on. These shows actually shape part of our life – it sounds dramatic but it’s true.
I’m sure it comes as no surprise when I say the most-watched comedy on television in the US, aka The Big Bang Theory, has been renewed. Continue reading
E! Online are back with their annual ‘Save One Show’ campaign, in which one show considered in danger of cancellation will win, well…nothing. However, whichever show does win, this is put forward to the respective network and in some cases it’s actually enough to push a renewal through. Continue reading
I’ll be honest and say that this episode of The Big Bang Theory was not the funniest or most entertaining of the series. Not to say that it was bad – it wasn’t, it’s just now the show mostly has episodes of such a high standard, that when you get an episode that exactly doesn’t meet them, you kind of feel a little disappointed.
Carrying on from last week’s events, we see Leonard worrying for his relationship after his non-existent answer to Penny’s surprise proposal.
In the first episode back from the festive season and the first of the New Year; The Big Bang Theory didn’t fail to amuse us in ‘The Hesitation Ramification’.
In The Big Bang Theory’s eleventh episode of season seven, we saw the gang (minus Sheldon) come together for the festive season. As Sheldon goes to Texas to be with his family and due to go into labour sister, the group ponder where they would be if it wasn’t for the infamous Sheldon Cooper…and the results are quite surprising.