The Big Bang theory has been renewed for a third season, marking the first time since the show debuted in 2008 that the beloved sci-fi series has not aired on CBS since it began.
The network is hoping to make the third season the biggest yet, launching a new, multi-camera format for the reboot, which will take place entirely online.
The series will follow the adventures of a team of scientists and researchers trying to discover how the universe began.
The original series premiered in 2005 and is now in its fifth season.
The new season will be filmed in Australia and will also feature a new character, a female scientist named “Polly.”
The series is also expected to have some new cast members in the form of actress Jennifer Morrison, who will play a woman who is part of the team, along with the likes of Robert Picardo, Sarah Chalke, Michael Strahan, and Patrick Dempsey.
The reboot will be a “new” spin on the original series, which has been in the works for more than a decade.
In 2009, CBS aired a teaser trailer for the show’s new series that included a shot of the Big Bang’s Big Bang.
The episode aired on April 1, 2015.CBS has not confirmed when the reboot will air.