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ABC News Tonight Live’s coverage of the first season of the upcoming “Big Bang Theory” is live on the ABC News app and Hulu.ABC News Tonight’s coverage begins at 8:30 p.m.

ET and airs through 2 a.m., March 9, 2019.

The first season, titled “The Big Bang Theory,” will feature stars Adam Scott (Bob) and Rachel Bloom (Susan), who will be the stars of the new season.

In addition to the two stars, new episodes will feature the voices of new cast members, such as Rachel Bloom, Josh Radnor, Chris Pratt, Kimmy Robertson, and Kevin McKidd.

“We’re thrilled to have a whole new cast of characters join us in the Big Bang universe,” said Scott, whose character Bob will be joined by his brother, Bob, who will play his brother’s sidekick, Sheldon.

“This new season of ‘Big Bang’ is truly going to bring a whole different dimension to the series, and we’re so excited to see what we can accomplish in this new world,” said Bloom.

In addition to Scott and Bloom, new cast member Rachel McAdams, a contestant on “Survivor: Worlds Apart,” will play Sheldon’s best friend, Sheldon Cooper.

The show also has two returning regulars, Katey Sagal as a new resident of Big Bang, and Kelly Ripa as a newcomer.ABC is releasing a trailer for the new series, which is currently streaming on ABC.ABC’s Big Bang is a new spinoff of the popular CBS sci-fi drama “Big Little Lies.”

The show has a new cast and has not yet been named, but ABC News’ Jennifer Pahlke is reporting that it will be a new comedy series.ABC also has a “Big” and “Big Girls” network.

The Big Busters of “Big Sister” and its spinoff “Big Busters: Big Brother” have both made it to the top of “RuPaul’s Drag Race.”

They’re both hosted by drag performers and compete in various competitions across the country, including “America’s Got Talent” and other popular programs.