The Big Bang Theory just continues to draw in massive audiences, and it's not hard to see why.
Season six of the award winning comedy series is continuing to draw in huge figures for E4. Episode three of the new series entertained a staggering 1.22 million viewers, with 401 000 extra tuning in to the catch up show on E4+1 an hour later.
Series six returned to E4 a fortnight ago in the UK, and drew in the largest audience since June 2011 for the channel.
So what makes the show so successful? Could it be the on again/off again romance between Penny and Leonard? Kacey Cuoco, who plays waitress Penny, spoke to TV Line recently regarding their relationship. She admitted that filming scenes where she finally tells Leonard she loves him made her cry.
Kaley also revealed that, in her personal life, she has the opposite problem to Penny and actually tells people she loves them far too easily: "I’ve said “I love you” too many times. [Laughs] I need to stop. I am…oh, my God, I fall hard. It’s the opposite of what Penny does, so I definitely am not afraid to say those three words."
Kaley was also keen to talk about the twenty million hits the cast and crew got for their Call Me Maybe flash mob video. She said: "Honestly, a year ago, when I said I wanted to do a flash mob, I told the guys at work, “I’m telling you, we’d get 20 million hits” — and they all laughed in my face. Now, because we’ve gotten 20 million hits, I’m just dying. It’s awesome."
You can watch the video below.