9 Shocking Behind The Scenes Big Bang Theory Facts You Need To Know


We love hearing all about what goes on behind the scenes at Big Bang Theory. With a unique premise, crazy talented actors, and iconic writers, this show is about as interesting as it gets. Here are 9 facts about the show that will totally shock you and make you want to binge watch TBBT all night long.

Behind The Scenes At Big Bang Theory

The things that go on behind the scenes at Big Bang Theory are almost as entertaining as the actual show. The talented cast, hilarious writers, and incredible production team put together our favorite show but they also create a super unique atmosphere backstage. Here are some things you might not know about the show.

Kaley Cuoco and Johnny Galecki Answer Questions At Every Live Taping

Kaley Cuoco and Johnny Galecki seriously love their fans. In celebration of that, they take the time and every single live taping to answer questions from the studio audience. If you make the trip to the Warner Brothers set you’ll not only get to see the actors work, you might get to interact with them as well. Johnny recently posted a photo of the tradition and said, “Another blast of a live audience taping tonight on Big Bang Theory. Just a small portion of our gorgeous audience in this shot…”

They Don’t Get The Script Ahead Of Time

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Many fans want to know if the actors get the script ahead of time. In particular, fans wanted to know if Jim Parsons and Mayim Bialik knew what Amy would say to Sheldon’s proposal in the season 11 premiere. However, the writers don’t even write that far ahead of time, so it would actually be impossible for them to know. Johnny Galecki said that after each taping they are handed the next script. He explained, “But go out to the audience and take a bow after the episode, they then hand us a warm manilla envelope…sometimes they don’t even say ‘Hey, good show!’ They give us the script, and it’s like, ‘Go to work!'”

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