Articles for The Big Bang Theory Season 6

The People‘s Choice Award nominations for 2013 have been revealed, and oddly enough, the People‘s Choices have very little in common with actual ratings.  Read more »
This may be a ridiculous question, but did you watch The Big Bang Theory last night? I say that because you or someone you know most likely did, as the hit CBS sitcom scored its highest ever ratings in the history of the show, with 17.4 million viewers tuning in to find out where Sheldon was disappearing to every day for 20 minutes. To make this news more impressive, their previous record was only last week with 16.7 million. This is almost unheard of in today‘s TV environment to continue bringing in a larger audience after that long on the air. Read more »
The awards season is in full swing and this morning the nominations were announced for the 19th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards. Honoring the best in film and television, the SAG Awards tend to be quite conservative, recognizing big names over smaller, more deserving shows.  Read more »
The nominations for the 70th Annual Golden Globe Awards were announced Thursday morning, and as always, it‘s a mix of old favorites and wacky new entries. Sure shows like Homeland, Downton Abbey and Modern Family got multiple nominations, but so did ABC‘s Nashville. And somehow NBC‘s Smash got nominated for Best Comedy/Musical Series.  Read more »
For the third time this season, The Big Bang Theory has achieved new highs in the ratings. Thursday‘s new episode, in which Sheldon Cooper was accused of sexual harassment by his assistant, was watched by 19.25 million viewers.  Read more »
The 70th Annual Golden Globe Awards will honor the best in film and television from the past year. Hosted by Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, the ceremony will air on NBC Sunday, January 13 at 8pm ET (5pm PT).  Read more »
The number of votes cast for the People‘s Choice Awards were a staggering 475 million. And the voters have spoken: They love everything Hunger Games and Katy Perry. The usuals won like The Big Bang Theory and Taylor Swift, and the surprise of the night went to breakout artist.Here are some of the highlights from the People‘s Choice Awards, which officially kick off the award season. Read more »
Do you have your hot wings, Velveeta cheese, little wieners, chips and beer? It‘s time for Super Bowl 2013. The San Francisco 49ers and Baltimore Ravens are ready to do battle in the resilient city of New Orleans and much like last year, it‘s a family affair. When head coaches John Harbaugh, (Ravens) and Jim Harbaugh, (Niners) take the field, it will be the first time in history that brothers have squared off against each other in the Super Bowl. Both have been described as "excitable" which I think is a nice way of saying they‘re both known for losing their marbles on the sidelines when a play doesn‘t go their way.While sibling rivalry and the thought of watching one or both Harbaughs have complete come-aparts in front of millions of viewers is certainly something to look forward to, so are the commercials. A few advertisers have already leaked their ads online and so far we like what we see. Fast cars, sex, whimsy, controversy and audience participation. Sounds like a party to me. Let‘s go check ‘em out. Read more »
When history looks back at the 2012-2013 TV season, it might be considered the year the sitcom died. Sure, there are massive hits like The Big Bang Theory that are getting monstrous ratings and Emmy-winning favorites like Modern Family, but those victories only underscore the many, many defeats the genre has suffered.  Read more »
Following The CW and FOX, CBS has now revealed their season finale dates for spring 2013. Read more »
Angie Miller covered one of his songs recently on American Idol. And now Colton Dixon is returning to the show that put him on the national stage and launched his career. What song will he perform? Is it a secret? Read more »
We‘re only weeks away from being able to watch the season finales of our favorite TV shows. To get us to tune in, CBS has released the storylines for their spring 2013 finales, including The Good Wife, Two and a Half Men, NCIS and Elementary. And many of them are bringing in famous guest stars like Hilary Duff, Black Sabbath, Marilu Henner and New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg to spice things up and bring in more viewers. Which shows will they be guest starring on? And which season-enders are sure to leave us with huge cliffhangers? Read on to find out all the details. Read more »
May sweeps have come to a close, yet The Big Bang Theory, NCIS, and Modern Family stood their ground throughout. We expect this to change dramatically, though, due to the imminent season turnover of the three shows.  Read more »
It doesn‘t matter whether they‘re on television or in movies -- teenagers love vampires. Though it shouldn‘t come as a surprise, it‘s now made official. In the first set of surfboard nominations for the Teen Choice Awards, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 leads the field with seven, and The Vampire Diaries is not far behind with five. Read more »
The May sweeps period is at its peak this week, characterized by the major network upfronts. Primetime schedules and new programming are being announced in style, so be sure to check out BuddyTV News for the latest in TV along with video extras and expert commentary. Read more »
The nominations for the 2013 Critics‘ Choice TV Awards were announced Wednesday morning, spanning a wide array of not only network and cable, but from Netflix as well with the popularity of House of Cards on the streaming/rental service. Read more »
CBS revealed its schedule for next season, and it‘s very comedy-heavy with four new sitcoms and an extra hour on Thursday to compete with NBC.  Read more »