Amidst all the cancellation speculations spreading on the Internet, CBS' hit TV show "The Big Bang Theory" did not air on Thursday, March 16. Instead, the show went on a quick hiatus and Season 10 episode 19 will be aired on March 30 instead.
"The Big Bang Theory" season 10 episode 19 titled "The Collaboration Fluctuation" will see how Raj's new living situation affects flatmates Penny and Leonard. As fans might remember, the previous episode showed Raj's story moving in with Leonard and Penny after his parents decided to cut him off financially.
Raj's situation makes it difficult for him to pay the rent. This could potentially affect his relationship with Penny and Leonard.
In the upcoming episode, fans will see Penny and Raj bonding. This will, in turn, make Leonard feel a bit left out, causing a strain between fan's favorite couple.
The synopsis for The Collaboration Fluctuation reads: "Sheldon and Amy begin to collaborate on a scientific project. Meanwhile, Raj and Penny spend time together doing some of the things Penny loves, which makes Leonard jealous."
On the other hand, CBS officially announced the show's spinoff series "Young Sheldon." The spinoff series will premiere sometime between 2017-2018.
"Young Sheldon" will give fans the opportunity to follow Jim Parson's character, Sheldon Cooper, as a 9-year-old living with his family in Texas. Fans will also see Sheldon live through his high school life.
The young actor playing mini Sheldon Cooper in the spinoff series will be Iain Armitage from "Big Little Lies." According to a report by Today, Parsons will narrate the new show as adult Sheldon.
In an interview, Parsons revealed his true feelings about the "Big Bang Theory" spinoff. He said, "We have a decade of material built in already of talking about this childhood and talking about this character's past. You never know on TV what people are going to be interested in or not."
"The Big Bang Theory" returns onto air Thursday, March 30 on CBS. Keep checking back on Auto World News for more updates.