"Big Bang Theory" Has Big Surge in Ratings
You know you’ve hit the big time when you open the New York Times, turn to the arts section and find a story about the surge in ratings for your red-hot TV show. This morning’s piece, “The Big Surprise of ‘Big Bang’: The Bigger Audience” is a wholly positive story about TV’s “The Big Bang Theory,” which features Jim Parsons ’01 (MFA) as uber-geek/theoretical physicist Sheldon Cooper.
The newspaper story relates that so far this fall, the show has “become the highest-rated live-action comedy among the sought-after young-adult demographic group.” In fact, it’s hot on the heels of its lead-in, the wildly successful “Two and a Half Men,” which until now has been CBS’ highest rated comedy.
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