CBS audiences could never let go of Person of Interest and The Big Bang Theory.
CBS has planned to quench their thirst by rebooting Person of Interest for season 6 and its longest-running series-The Big Bang Theory– for season 13.
With fans across the globe sitting at home and spending more time on TV, the CBS network has seized the opportunity by rebooting the blockbuster series Person of Interest and The Big Bang Theory for season 6 and season 13 respectively.
- Strange reasons behind reviving Person of Interest and The Big Bang Theory
- Thirteen to turn lucky for The Big Bang Theory season 13
- Why the time is ripe for Person of Interest season 6
- Official information about reviving Person of Interest and The Big Bang Theory
Strange reasons for CBS behind reviving Person of Interest andThe Big Bang Theory
Undoubtedly, artificial intelligence and germs are selling like hotcakes these days. As per CBS, germs are bringing back The Big Bang Theory and the grumpy Sheldon Cooper on screen.
Artificial Intelligence continues to remain the muse of today’s generation. We are still a novice to the nuances of AI and machine ethics, but Person of Interest is not. The show is familiar with the intricacies of complex ethical questions inherent in the use of artificial intelligence.
CBS is rebooting Person of Interest for season 6 for its obvious appeal. Its central cast includes three wise-cracking assassins with good looks and hearts of gold. The spiralling and frantic storylines allow them to be pulpy and visceral.
Thirteen to turn lucky for The Big Bang Theory season 13
CBS knows very well that when it comes to Big Bang, superstitions are always proved wrong. Number 13, which is widely considered an unlucky number doesn’t apply in case of The Big Bang Theory. Jim Parsons, who initially rejected a whooping sum to do The Big Bang Theory season 13, is also on board.
One can imagine Kaley Cuoco’s reaction since she was always rooting for rebooting The Big Bang Theory. Johnny Galecki, Kaley Cuoco, and Kunal Nayyar have all been confirmed to be taking their respective roles.
CBS hasn’t officially confirmed the news but in the light of the current situation, rebooting The Big Bang Theory for season 13 Person of Interest for season 6 is the best way to play the cards.
Why the time is ripe for Person of Interest season 6
According to the New York Times, “Person of Interest has no superheroes, no zombies, no ninjas, and no dire wolves. But as much as any show on television, it makes the high-low connection that’s at the heart of the genre and comic-book storytelling”.
The right to privacy is an obvious concern these days. When Facebook traded our personal data to a firm called ‘Cambridge Analytica’, millions around the globe were left infuriated. Fear of sentient computers, with the fear of unfettered, post-9/11 government surveillance has been sufficiently sturdy and coherent to provide ballast for the comic-book action.
The sixth season of Person of Interest will push the conceptual framework hard. The present time is absolutely ripe for the crime predicting an artificial intelligence program called “Machine” to depict ab existential risk that the world can’t afford.
Official information about reviving Person of Interest and The Big Bang Theory
CBS is relying on Person of Interest season 6 and The Big Bang Theory season 13 to turn around the revenues for the network. The TV networks earn from the advertisements. The Covid-19 lockdown has caused massive fall in revenues for these channels.
CBS is trying to reverse the trend by sensing the unquenched thirst of the fans for Person of Interest season 6 and The Big Bang Theory season 13. The plan to reboot these hit series is still in works. The official information to revive The Big Bang Theory and Person of Interest is due.
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