The Big Bang Theory is on, but it’s getting some minor changes.
The long-running sitcom was axed from the airwaves last week after its fourth season ended.
But the reboot of the show that began airing in 2009 is expected to be back in theaters by the end of the month.
The Big Bang is one of the network’s longest-running series and it has seen its share of controversies.
Actors David Duchovny and Paul Rudd joined other popular stars to launch a petition that argued that the series was a parody of the popular sitcom “Community” and should not be taken seriously.
The new season, titled “The Return of the Big Bang,” will feature more guest stars, including a cameo from actor Anthony Anderson.
The series also has a new villain: the giant android named the “Big Bang,” who has been trying to steal the universe.
Duchovnys and Rudd will return as Big Bang and Paul is set to star as the villain.
Other cast members include Josh Charles, Paul Reiser, Jaimie Alexander, Sam Hyde, Kaley Cuoco, Nick Offerman, James Marsters, Adam Scott and Peter Dinklage.
Production on the revival of “The Big Show” will begin in April.
The show’s first season premiered on March 31, 2007, and its second season will air in 2019.