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Comic-Con turning more TV on

by Danny Gallagher, posted Jun 29th 2009 2:43PM
San Diego Comic ConIt seems like a no-brainer that television and Comic-Con would go together like peanut butter and jelly. But TV has actually been a bit slow to the game and viewed their presence at Comic-Con as something that goes together like peanut butter and regular butter (trust me, I've tried peanut butter and butter, and it's not good).

This year, studios have recognized the importance of the annual geek con-fab and are presenting more shows and panels than ever before. There is going to be more TV at the Con than you can shake a stick at, so don't forgot your shaking sticks.

Why so many? Variety reports that studios and networks are recognizing the buzz they can generate at the convention through electronic social networking and good ol' word-of-mouth by showcasing and premiering exclusive screenings of their shows.

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On the Set: 'The Big Bang Theory'

by Maggie Furlong, posted Apr 27th 2009 6:00AM
The Big Bang Theory'The Big Bang Theory' is one of the highest-rated sitcoms on the air, yet few people in this world even know what the main characters are talking about half the time.

But, according to our research from visiting the CBS show's set on the Warner Bros. lot in L.A., even the genius physicists at 'Big Bang' have trouble with Sudoku puzzles -- we found a half-finished one, along with an incomplete old newspaper crossword puzzle in Leonard and Sheldon's apartment.

Before season 2 wraps up (the finale is Monday, May 4 at 8PM ET), see all the scoop we got from series executive producer Chuck Lorre, stars Jim Parsons, Johnny Galecki and Kaley Cuoco and, of course, their apartments.-- By Maggie Furlong


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