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On 2/16/2022 at 5:55 PM, Tensor said:

And, just liked that, The Big Bang Theory actors get another huge chunk of change, from their back-end deals. 😉

Solid management teams make these deals happen.  I think they have all been fortunate to have the right people in place when it came down to deal making.  Their people earned their commissions, that's for sure.

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3 hours ago, vonmar said:

Solid management teams make these deals happen.  I think they have all been fortunate to have the right people in place when it came down to deal making.  Their people earned their commissions, that's for sure.

Oh, I know their teams make it happen.  I was just doing a play on words, using the title of the two series that were mentioned.  Deals like this are actors and their teams dream of.   They are the gift that keeps on giving.  

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From Entertainment Weekly

The Big Bang Theory creators Bill Prady and Chuck Lorre discuss the series — and the pilot you didn't see

For the show's 15th anniversary, Prady and Lorre recall their epic journey creating The Big Bang Theory, from the original unaired pilot to radioactive uranium on set.

Bazinga! The Big Bang Theory celebrates its 15th anniversary on Sept. 24.

Before Shamy, the Wil Wheaton rivalry, and Howard's (Simon Helberg) trip to space, there was a pilot episode that premiered on CBS in 2007. In the episode, two nerdy guys, Leonard (Johnny Galecki) and Sheldon (Jim Parsons), discover that a hot blonde has moved in across the hall. The concept was simple. The result was anything but.

Big Bang's cast of misfit characters felt incredibly relatable for many and, before long, their friendship and misadventures had captivated America. By the time The Big Bang Theory ended in 2019, it had aired 279 episodes and had won numerous awards, including four Outstanding Lead Actor Emmys for star Jim Parsons.

Now, 15 years after the pilot's premiere, the show's creators, Bill Prady and Chuck Lorre, look back at the series' legacy, their favorite moments, and their thoughts on a reunion.

 

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12 hours ago, vonmar said:

By the time The Big Bang Theory ended in 2019, it had aired 279 episodes and had won numerous awards, including four Outstanding Lead Actor Emmys for star Jim Parsons.

Did any of the other actors win Emmys or Golden Globe awards for the show?

What about the show itself?

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17 minutes ago, chucky said:

Yeah,  Jim was the only single  winner. I remember the time Kaley presented Jim with an Emmy. I think that she was more excited than Jim.😄

That was the Golden Globes.  You can tell how early that was, they were sitting in the corner. 

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22 hours ago, vonmar said:

From Entertainment Weekly

The Big Bang Theory creators Bill Prady and Chuck Lorre discuss the series — and the pilot you didn't see

For the show's 15th anniversary, Prady and Lorre recall their epic journey creating The Big Bang Theory, from the original unaired pilot to radioactive uranium on set.

Bazinga! The Big Bang Theory celebrates its 15th anniversary on Sept. 24.

Before Shamy, the Wil Wheaton rivalry, and Howard's (Simon Helberg) trip to space, there was a pilot episode that premiered on CBS in 2007. In the episode, two nerdy guys, Leonard (Johnny Galecki) and Sheldon (Jim Parsons), discover that a hot blonde has moved in across the hall. The concept was simple. The result was anything but.

Big Bang's cast of misfit characters felt incredibly relatable for many and, before long, their friendship and misadventures had captivated America. By the time The Big Bang Theory ended in 2019, it had aired 279 episodes and had won numerous awards, including four Outstanding Lead Actor Emmys for star Jim Parsons.

Now, 15 years after the pilot's premiere, the show's creators, Bill Prady and Chuck Lorre, look back at the series' legacy, their favorite moments, and their thoughts on a reunion.

 

SEPTEMBER 24, 2007     HAPPY   15th ANNIVERSARY !!

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