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  1. From Hollywood Reporter Johnny Galecki Reteaming With CBS for Comedy 'Bait and Tackle' Johnny Galecki is returning to CBS. The Big Bang Theory grad is redeveloping the multicamera comedy Bait and Tackle for the network after the project narrowly missed a pilot order last season. The new take revolves around an eclectic group of friends who run a bait and tackle shop in their small hometown of Bainbridge, Georgia. The potential series follows them as they search for love, purpose and happiness in the type of town you can't wait to leave, but nobody does — because as Florida Georgia Line says, "You'll miss it too much." Mike Hobert (Undateable, American Housewife) and Adrian Wenner will co-write the script, taking over for Linda Figueiredo (Last Man Standing). Brian Kelley of the country music duo Florida Georgia Line — and a friend of Galecki's — will executive produce via his CuzBro Productions banner. The company's co-founder and president of production Stephen Snedden and partner and president of development Justin Halliwell will co-exec produce. CuzBro was co-founded by Kelley and his cousin, actor Snedden. Bait and Tackle is being produced by Warner Bros. TV, where Galecki's Alcide Bava banner has been under an overall deal that stemmed from the actor-producer's time on Big Bang Theory. Alcide Bava's Holly Brown will exec produce, while Cory Wood is credited as a producer. Galecki has focused on development since The Big Bang Theory wrapped in May. He exec produced CBS' Living Biblically and the feature The Master Cleanse. Galecki also has the esports comedy The Squad in development at NBC this season, among other projects.
  2. Writer Eric Kaplan taking a walk down memory lane...
  3. From TV Line Big Bang Theory Video: Johnny Galecki Reveals What Drew Him to Leonard in New Retrospective — Watch The Big Bang Theory‘s Johnny Galecki knew he was in for something special when he was handed the role of Caltech experimental physicist Leonard Hofstadter. <Full article and video in the link>
  4. Not counting football... YS was again the most watched show of the night with 8.73 million viewers and it was the second highest rated show of the night after Grays Anatomy Source
  5. Happy 20th Wedding Anniversary to Wil and Anne
  6. From Variety For the second year in a row, Variety will present its 10 Actors to Watch in conjunction with the Newport Beach Film Festival and Visit Newport Beach. This marks the 21st year Variety has presented 10 Actors to Watch. The festival will also bestow honors on artists who have made a significant impact in film this year. Talent will be celebrated at a brunch and ceremony held Nov. 3 at the Resort at Pelican Hill in Newport Coast. Newport Beach will present Artist of Distinction awards to “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” actor Stephanie Beatriz, “Downton Abbey” star Allen Leech, “The Big Bang Theory” star Melissa Rauch and playwright-thesp Tracy Letts, soon to be seen in “Ford v Ferrari.” Alfre Woodard will receive the Icon Award.
  7. Happy Halloween...Young Sheldon style
  8. Happy 67th Birthday to Annie Potts...
  9. Not counting football... Most watched show of the night with 8.66 million viewers, number two in the ratings with a 1.1 All of the CBS shows that follow YS are doing very well in viewership. Source
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    Chuck Lorre

    Chuck's new CBS show has received a full season pickup...
  11. From Variety ‘Big Bang Theory’ Duo to Develop eSports Comedy at NBC A former “Big Bang Theory” star and one of the show’s writers are developing a multi-camera comedy about eSports at NBC, Variety has learned. Titled “The Squad,” the project hails from executive producer Johnny Galecki and writer and executive producer Anthony Del Broccolo, who was previously a writer and co-executive producer on “Big Bang Theory.” The new show follows a new group of friends (and sometimes enemies) who find companionship and common ground in their mutual love of competitive eSports. Galecki is executive producing under his Alcide Bava banner, along with the company’s Holly Brown. Cory Wood of Alcide Bava will serve as producer. Warner Bros. Television, which also produced “Big Bang Theory,” will serve as the studio. ,full article in the link>
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