Fans of the Big Bang Theory can rejoice as you can now have an up close and personal look at the sets and costumes that were used on the show on the Warner Brothers Studio Tour.
CBS Network’s The Big Bang Theory is the longest running multi-camera series in television history and although now ended, fans of the show can visit the sets and have their own Big Bang moment. We were invited out by Warner Brothers Studio Tour Hollywood to be some of the first people to experience this new exhibit which is now located in their Stage 48: Script to Screen Soundstage. This exhibit will be joining the rest of the exhibits located in this soundstage which include costumes worn from the cast of Casablanca, Sets, and props from the show Friends and many more props from other famous movie and television programs.
We headed out to the Warner Bros. Studio lot where we checked in and were greeted by food and drink as we awaited a Q&A panel to introduce and induct the exhibit into the lot. The Q&A panel was a 20-minute discussion between cast members Wil Wheaton and Brian Thomas Smith and Executive Producers Steve Holland and Steven Molaro as well as Writer and producer Chuck Lorre. They discussed a number of things from stories on set of The Big Bang Theory to how Chuck Lorre feel about having stage 25 be named after The Big Bang Theory. Once the Q&A was over they offered us more food and drink before taking us aboard their Studio Tour Tram and taking us to Stage 48.
Once we arrived at Stage 48 we moved into the building where we greeted by the infamous sets from The Big Bang Theory. When we arrived we happened to bump into both Wil Wheaton and Brian Thomas Smith as they were talking with a few reporters. After they left we were free to move about the sets that include the elevator foyer between Apartments 4A and 4B followed by the interior of the gang’s apartment and directly adjacent to it is the Cal Tech Physics Lab Cafeteria. You are free to move around and take pictures in both the elevator foyer and the Apt 4A but the Cal tech Physics Lab Cafeteria is blocked off, unfortunately. The two sets that are available are very detailed which fans of the series will love and appreciate every little detail. During our visit, we took photos in front of apt 4A as well as sitting in Sheldon’s spot. There are definitely a numerous amount of photo ops that fans have a chance to take and there are even props such as comic books and take out boxes for fans to pose with. Fans also have a chance to get up close with actual outfits worn by the cast of The Big Bang Theory which includes Sheldon, Raj, Howard, Penny, and many more outfits. Also, the Studio Store now has a plethora of Big Bang Theory merch for fans to choose from like t-shirts, mugs and of course Funko figures.
We want to thank Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood for inviting us to this event as we had a lot of fun experiencing this new exhibit which we know that fans of “The Big Bang Theory” will love.