Jim Parsons is right in the center of cosmic influence. In addition to starring on The Big Bang Theory as a physics genius, the Emmy-winning actor is set to return to Broadway in May as a figure some say is integral to the universe. He’ll play God. Show More Summary
There will be no Nobel prizes after all. Last March, scientists announced they had discovered our first direct evidence of the Big Bang, but that evidence has been slowly crumbling away. The results of a joint analysis released today make it official: It was all just cosmic dust. Read more...
A new analysis has dynamited a much-hyped discovery of “gravitational waves” from the dawn of time. What had seemed to be a major breakthrough in cosmology, one that incited loose talk of Nobel prizes, now appears to have been a case of scientists overinterpreting their data.Read full article >>
There’s bad news for the BICEP2 team: A new analysis reveals that the much-hyped discovery of “gravitational waves” from the big bang does not hold up to closer scrutiny. That’s the result of a joint analysis of data from the ESA’s Planck satellite and BICEP2. The “signal” may have been entirely generated by dust within […]
Thursday's final broadcast primetime ratings.
'The Big Bang Theory' tops the night in its steady-ish move back to the schedule, as the Fox line-up slides against increased competition. read more
The Big Bang Theory returned after a couple of weeks without a new episode with “The Anxiety Optimization,” which saw Sheldon decide that the best way to make progress in studying dark matter was to make life very difficult for himself and force himself to work under pressure. Show More Summary
Via the New York Times: Jim Parsons is God – and not just to fans of his character, Sheldon Cooper, on the hit CBS series “The Big Bang Theory,” for which he has won four best actor Emmy Awards. No, Mr. Parsons is actually going to play...Show More Summary
When any show manages to stick around for more than a few seasons, there are usually a few obstacles, and a few benefits, to such longevity. For instance, a lengthy run certainly risks creative bankruptcy, the familiarity of the plots and comedic beats lose their lustre over time, as stories become more and more predictable. Show More Summary
The out Big Bang Theory star will headline the comedy ?An Act of God, a new stage adaptation of the satirical book The Last Testament: A Memoir By God. read more
Jim Parsons just signed on to play the role of God in the upcoming Broadway comedy An Act of God, Variety reports! The 41-year-old The Big Bang Theory star has been on Broadway in the past – his last bow was in the 2012 revival of Harvey. Sadly, Jim won’t be in Tony award contention [...]
Jim Parsons, known for his role as Sheldon Cooper on "The Big Bang Theory," has been tapped to star in "An Act of God" on Broadway.
'The Big Bang Theory' Emmy winner Jim Parsons will star as God in the irreverent Broadway comedy 'An Act of God'
Studio 54 won’t be in between-show Purgatory for long. CBS’ The Big Bang Theory‘s Jim Parsons will channel the Deity in the Disco Era Devil’s lair when David Javerbaum‘s An Act Of God begins performances on May 5. Even God will have to face the critics, when the limited run…
This week on the 13th episode of its 8th season of the hit sitcom "The Big Bang Theory," Dr. Sheldon Cooper (Jim Parsons) revealed an unlikely notion regarding the rate of his productivity as a physicist.
Parkas from The Big Bang Theory recently wound up in Greenland on an actual scientific expedition. In the season two finale of the show The Big Bang Theory, four of the show’s main characters decide to head on an expedition to the North Pole. Show More Summary
They mocked when Edgar Allan Poe published his prose poem "Eureka" in his last year of life, describing how the universe had begun with a single "primordial particle" that exploded outwards in "one instantaneous flash." But 80 years later, cosmologists started realizing that Poe had been on to something. Read more...
As he releases his directorial debut ‘We’ll Never Have Paris,’ ‘Big Bang Theory’ star Simon Helberg reflects on the pitfalls and privileges of starring on TV’s most popular show.
Jim Parsons, before he was cast as Sheldon Cooper on The Big Bang Theory, was like any other struggling actor. He had his sights set on big opportunities and was disappointed when they failed to materialize. Even after nearly a decade...Show More Summary
In a meeting room at CBS headquarters, a high-powered executive contemplates the future of his network. “I don’t know,” he says, “Can’t we just keep showing The Big Bang Theory?” “Yes, sir. Of course, sir.” Replies one of his lackeys. Show More Summary