On Monday, the big bang theory will be in its final season on CBS.
But if you’re in a hurry to watch it, CBS has provided a few tidbits about what to expect, and what to watch out for.CBS News host Chris Hayes (played by Seth Rogen) announced that it will air at 9 p.m.
EST, and will be “one of the most anticipated premieres of the year.”
That’s just in time for the Thanksgiving holiday, which means we’re getting an hour of television that won’t have a ton of surprises for those of us who’ve been waiting for the Big Bang Theory finale to be made.
“This is the most exciting season of the Big, Bang Theory yet, and it will be the season of change,” Hayes said.
“There’s going to be a lot of things to do in this season that we never would have thought of, or had the opportunity to do.”
Hayes said that CBS is aiming to air the season one finale in a single day, with a two-hour episode.
The network is looking to make the finale one of the best-received episodes of the season.
Hayes also announced that “The Big Bang,” the season two finale, will air on CBS on Monday, November 30 at 9:00 p.p.m., and will air in its entirety.
The finale will feature some of the cast reuniting for a reunion special, which will feature clips of the final moments of the show, including the birth of the universe, the birth day of the first Big Bang and the birth date of the next Big Bang.CBS will also air the show’s third episode on Monday at 9 a.m.; it will focus on the birth and birth of a Big Bang, and the creation of the world.
And CBS has released a promo video for “The Birth of the Universe,” the episode where Sheldon finally makes the big decision about what his parents wanted him to be.
“We’re really excited about this season,” Hayes added.
“We’re all rooting for him.”CBS is also looking to capitalize on its audience by releasing a new movie in October, “The Universe,” which stars Chris Pratt as Sheldon, as well as Amy Poehler as Penny, who plays the show.
It is the third movie in the series, after “The Bachelorette” and “Bachelor in Paradise.”
“The universe we know is just as important as the universe that was before,” Hayes shared.
“You’re not going to see the birth on the big screen.
It’s going in a very different way than the universe we live in.
And I’m really excited for you to experience this.”