The Big Bang Theory has returned to television after its first 10-episodes, which aired in 2015, in an attempt to recapture viewers’ hearts with the latest episode.
The show is now averaging a 2.6 rating in adults 18-49 with 1.8 million viewers.
The Big Bang was also up a tick in the 18-34 demographic with a 2 percent gain for the season.
The network’s premiere in December of that year had a 2% gain for its time period.
In the 10 episodes, The Big Bash returns as a cast of mostly young and attractive male stars take on a task that will likely make fans feel as though they’re back in the 1990s: playing poker.
The first half of the episode is directed by Chris Rock and stars Jon Hamm, Jason Bateman, Robert Downey Jr., and Kate McKinnon.
The second half of that episode is written by Rock and features Aaron Paul, James Franco, Jason Sudeikis, and Jon Hamm.
The show’s most popular cast member was Chris Pratt, who was the main attraction in the episode.
He and his co-stars played a team of four guys who are all “friends” and are all in it together for the big prize of a bowling alley in the city of New York.
But they’ll have to work together to keep the bowling alley running in the face of all the bad things that have happened in the Big Bang.
The other stars were: Josh Holloway, Amy Poehler, and Zach Galifianakis.
The episode was directed by David Shore and stars Seth Rogen, Chris Pratt and Amy Poehlman.
The cast includes Seth Rhett, James McAvoy, Joel McHale, Michael Parks, and Kristen Wiig.