What does the end of The Big Bang Theory mean for the TV landscape?

The q screen panel discusses the impact of The Big Bang Theory and what it means for the television landscape now that it's ending.
Johnny Galecki, seen at left with co-stars Jim Parsons and Kaley Cuoco, called the top-rated comedy's 12-season run 'a dream come true for all of us.' (Michael Yarish/CBS via AP)

Every week, the q screen panel convenes to look at the biggest stories happening in the worlds of film, television and streaming entertainment. This week, arts writer Tina Hassannia and CBC film critic Eli Glasner join host Tom Power to talk about The Big Bang Theory, which is ending after 12 seasons.

Produced by Ben Jamieson

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