BBT article in the WSJ Posted December 12, 2008

BBT article in the WSJ

The Big Bang Theory has today featured in the prestigious business newspaper The Wall Street Journal. The article by Media correspondent John Jurgensen covers the show's rising success.

The article has quotes from Chuck Lorre & Bill Prady, along with Johnny Galecki. The ratings success and the general decline of the four-camera sitcom are discussed.

Read the full article at WSJ.com.

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