“The Big B Bang Theory” returns for its third season on Thursday, March 16.
The third season of the hit sitcom will premiere with a special two-hour premiere and a 30-minute finale, the network announced Tuesday.
“We couldn’t be more thrilled to get back to the franchise, to our fans, and to everyone who’s ever been part of this wonderful world,” executive producer and showrunner Seth MacFarlane said in a statement.
“This is a show that we all love and have loved for nearly seven seasons, and we’re so excited to be able to continue the adventures of our beloved characters and get them back on the road.”
“The Big Boys” stars Seth Macfarlane, Amy Poehler, John C. Reilly, and Kate McKinnon as three “big boys” who are caught up in the events of the Big Bang.
The show follows the Big Boys as they take the shock of the new-found reality of quantum physics to the next level, from the science fiction thriller to the real world of technology.
“The new season will bring even more new characters to the Big B and beyond,” MacFamilies said.
“They will be all the more fun to see how they react to this new reality and how they will handle the new pressures that will arise from the arrival of quantum reality.
They are not only part of the show but the characters as well.”
The premiere of the series will mark the second time the show will be premiering in 2019, as MacFarrens plans to begin a new trilogy with the upcoming “Bones” and “Legends of Tomorrow.”
“The big boys” have also been around for quite some time, with MacFarnys current run on “The Goldbergs” spanning two seasons and two seasons on “Bates Motel.”
“We couldn, as a show, not be more excited to bring back the Big Boy and the Big Men for the next season, and that is what we have planned,” Macfarnys executive producer, Bob Kushell, said in the statement.
The Big Booms return comes after MacFars first two seasons of the sitcom were delayed due to the fallout of the Zika virus, but the series returns for an encore on Wednesday, March 20.
“In the weeks ahead, we’ll be doing some new and different episodes,” Macfaarnys showrunner said in an interview with Entertainment Weekly.
“And we’re going to do a lot of other stuff.
We have a whole season that we’re developing right now.”