Beth Behrs joined The Neighborhood after a long run on Two Broke Girls. On the new show, her character isn’t exactly broke, but you can still see some similarities in the way the characters have had to navigate certain kinds of work issues. While there are obviously similarities in the way the characters look, Behrs thinks there are some key differences in how they act. (Click on the media bar below to hear Beth Behrs)
“The Big Bang Theory’s” legendary living room set, as seen during Hollywood Outbreak’s set visit last month.
The Big Bang Theory is officially entering its home stretch: there are only seven episodes left, and two will serve as the long-running show’s series finale. Production will be ending soon, with the stars and crew saying goodbye to the Warner Brothers Studios soundstage they’ve occupied for the past 12 years. Will it be emotional for them? Absolutely. And some of them will be looking for mementos from the set as souvenirs of the experience. Kaley Cuoco told us she’s already got her eye on the item she’ll be taking home with her. (Click on the media bar below to hear Kaley Cuoco)
In the CBS series God Friended Me, Brandon Micheal Hall is an atheist whose life takes a heavenly twist when he gets a Facebook friend request from God. (One can only assume He’d be great at Words with Friends, right?) While Hall is not an atheist himself — he grew up with a church background — working on the show has definitely had an affect on him. When we spoke to him, Hall told us he appreciates the tests his character faces, and it’s helped him see little signs that reaffirm his own spirituality. (Click on the media bar below hear Brandon Micheal Hall)
As The Big Bang Theory starts to wind down its final season — there are only a handful of episodes left to shoot — the reality of the series’s end is starting to hit its stars. Of course, with 12 seasons’ worth of shows that will air in syndication for decades to come, the show itself really won’t be going away. But will the cast be watching? When we visited the set of the show, we asked Kaley Cuoco and Kunal Nayyar whether they’ll be watching themselves on the reruns. (Click on the media bar below to hear Kaley Cuoco & Kunal Nayyar)
Between political statements like Brexit and calls to build walls, it feels like some of the world’s countries are becoming more and more isolationist. That’s why RuPaul is so excited about The World’s Best, which really embraces the idea of globalism by bringing together talent and judges from around the world. (Click on the media bar below to hear RuPaul)