Comedy Marathon at the Turnaround

If it depends on Warner Channel, your New Year’s Eve will be full of laughter, with exhibitions of The Big Bang Theory and Two and a Half Men.

The staff of the channel confirmed to the Mix of Series that the first season of The Big Bang Theory will return to TV on December 31, for a special exhibition. Also, the marathon will feature Two and a Half Men, which will pack the turning point of 2020 to 2021.

In total there will be more than 12 hours of marathon.

The special will start at 3:40 pm with the first season of “ The Big Bang Theory “, with the geekiest and funny friends in the world, Leonard and Sheldon. Following, the third season of “ Two and a Half Man “, with the irreverent Charlie Sheen, starting at 10:30 pm.

3:40 pm – The Big Bang Theory – Season 1

Leonard and Sheldon are brilliant scientists, geniuses in the laboratory, but they suck when they try to fit in anywhere else. Until they meet the beautiful and witty neighbor Penny, who decides to teach them a little more about life.

Despite a relationship full of back and forth in the past, Leonard and Penny finally got married. Even Sheldon got a girlfriend, signing a “Relationship Contract” with neurobiologist Amy Farrah Fowler. In their spare time, Leonard and Sheldon love to play RPGs with their ever-expanding universe of friends, which also includes scientists Raj and Howard, alongside his adorable microbiologist wife, Bernadette, who has just discovered that she is pregnant.

10:30 pm – Two and a Half Man – Season 3

The life of a wealthy, single man, Charlie (Charlie Sheen), who gets upset when his divorced brother Alan (Jon Cryer) and nephew Jake (Angus T. Jones) end up living at his home in Malibu. Despite the huge differences between the two brothers, they decide to form a partnership to give little Jake a home.

Do series share the same universe?

Recently, here in the Series Mix, we brought you a special article that emphasized that both series can share the same universe. Thus, The Big Bang Theory and Two and a Half Men would be “sister series”.

In addition to several indications, indicated in the text, it is worth mentioning that the two titles are produced by Chuck Lorre.

Chuck Lorre was responsible for some of the most popular series of all time. And it turns out that Lorre participated in the creation of both Two and a Half Men and The Big Bang Theory! Yeah. The same guy who also brought other gigantic shows to the world, like Grace Under Fire, Dharma & Greg, Mike, and Molly, as well as Mom, also brought these two series to the world. It’s amazing to think that Lorre was so successful on TV, and it makes sense why Two and a Half Men and The Big Bang Theory refer to each other.

Two and a Half Men and The Big Bang Theory are two of the most popular CBS series of all time. And while they seem to have little in common from a distance, one thing these series share is being a driving force on TV. Each attraction was a resounding success and they earned a lot of money for their network while they were at their peak.

The series starring Charlie Sheen and Jon Cryer debuted in 2003 and aired for 12 seasons. Meanwhile, Big Bang – The Theory, debuted in 2007, but it also aired for 12 years.