Australians are set to see more of the American sitcom series, The Big Bang Theory, with a major TV network committing to yet another series of the smash hit comedy.
Channel Nine has announced it will bring new episodes of The Big Bang Theory to our small screens later this year in November.
It will be the third series for the show, and producers expect the new installment to continue to draw in the loyal viewers it has been for the past years.
The show has been a quiet achiever for the Nine Network and has regularly pulled generous, and consistent, ratings.
For those of you who are yet to see the show, the basic plot is based around two male prodigies in their twenties, one an experimental physicist, Leonard, and the other a theoretical physicist, Sheldon, who live across the hall from an attractive blonde waitress with show-biz aspirations named Penny.
Set in the sunny beaches of California, Leonard and Sheldon’s nerdy attitudes are contrasted with Penny’s rebellious lifestyle, making for a hilarious setting.
The first episode of the new series will be called “The Electric Can Fluctuation” and premiered in the United States about a month ago.
It involves Sheldon fleeing back to Texas in disgrace when he learns that the guys tampered with his arctic expedition data, forcing his friends to follow him, and threatening Leonard’s hopes for a romantic encounter with Penny.
The third series of The Big Bang Theory will air at 8pm Monday November 2.
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