The cast and crew of the critically-acclaimed comedy show, “The Big Bang Theory,” have had their work put in the spotlight by a viral video that features a female director and star in the first clip of the show.
The video, which was posted by actress Ashley Benson, was posted in January and has since been viewed more than 10 million times.
In the video, Benson can be seen interviewing the show’s creator, Craig Thomas, who is also a member of the cast.
She tells Thomas that she was a big fan of the original show and that she is in favor of female directors.
She also tells him that she thinks that the show should be more diverse and says that she doesn’t like to think of her as “the only person of color on the show.”
Watch the clip above to see the interview.
In the new clip, Benson says that while the show was never meant to be a comedy, it did have an element of comedy.
She says that the premise of the program is very “straightforward” and says it has no pretense.
She said that she does not care about what other people think of the shows comedy.
The original Big Bang Show, which debuted in 2004, featured Benson as the host of the “Big Bang” group, which she said was created by her and other people in her group.
Benson said that the idea for the show came from her friend and fellow host, Chris Hardwick, and that they all loved the idea of a group of people who could do whatever they wanted, according to The Wrap.
The show is now available on Netflix, and it has been a success in the U.S. It has also been praised for its portrayal of race and sexism, which has also inspired the show to feature the cast of “Black-ish.”
In addition to the video that has received a lot of attention, “Big Boom” has received praise for its performance.
In a recent review for The Hollywood Reporter, writer Tom Segura said that “the show has a strong ensemble cast,” and that “Benson and Thomas make for solid comedic partners in this highly entertaining and compelling comedy.”
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