Kaley Cuoco recently announced she and the Big Bang Theory cast will be appearing at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con.
She used a cute throwback photo of the gang to mark the occasion. It’s crazy to see how much this cast has grown up over the years.
Kaley Cuoco’s Throwback
#fbf to our first appearance at comic con 10ish years ago 😋 we had no idea what to expect or what @bigbangtheory_cbs would become. We had an incredible experience and I'm thrilled to announce I'll be back this year 🎉 see you all Fri/July21 in HALL H!!! #comiccon2017 ps why did I choose ringlets? 😂
The Big Bang Theory cast will be appearing at Comic-Con this year, and we know this because of Kaley Cuoco’s epic throwback post. On July 1st the star wrote, “[Flash back Friday] to our first appearance at Comic-Con 10ish years ago…we had no idea what to expect of what [Big Bang Theory] would become.”
The Big Bang cast has appeared at the convention several times. Last year Melissa Rauch headed up the panel. She was even given a stool to stand on to help her reach the podium. The excited actress amped up the crowd, and was clearly enthused to be there. She continued to head the panel as fans asked questions to the writers and producers of the show.
In earlier years the entire cast has appeared. That happened back in 2012 when Mayim Kaley and even Jim appeared. Jim Parsons was video chatted into the conference. Kaley said the cast has enjoyed the experience in the past. She said, “We had an incredible experience and I’m thrilled to announce I’ll be back this year. See you Friday July 21 in H hall!”
The Big Bang Theory Comic Con Panel
The Big Bang Theory will have a wide representation at their panel this year. Kaley will be joined by cast mates Johnny Galecki, Kunal Nayyar, Kevin Sussman, and supposedly Mayim Bialik.
However, that information was published before it was reported that Mayim is on a 30-day vocal rest prescribed by doctors- the jury is out whether or not the actress will appear this year.
Will you be going to see Big Bang Theory at comic con 2017?