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  1. Chuck Lorre List of Movies and TV Shows | TV Guide

    Chuck Lorre full list of movies and tv shows in theaters, in production and upcoming films.

  2. Chuck Lorre - IMDb

    For the past twenty years, award-winning creator, executive producer and writer Chuck Lorre has conquered the entertainment industry with hit shows like Grace Under Fire (1993), Dharma & Greg (1997), Roseanne (1988) and Cybill (1995) as well as the number 1 comedy on television and four year People's Choice Award winner, Two and a Half Men (...

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  3. Chuck Lorre Shows | List of TV Series Created by Chuck Lorre

    Jan 23, 2020 · Chuck Lorre is a major name in comedy for a reason - some of the best sitcoms out there were created by the TV mogul. Which one is the best of the best? Help decide! These TV series made by creator Chuck Lorre are listed by popularity, so only the best and funniest shows will be at the top of the list.

  4. Every Chuck Lorre TV Show, Ranked | ScreenRant

    Aug 19, 2019 · Lorre has produced some classics in the sitcom genre, making him a legend in this regard and the most widely known name in the comedy landscape. His shows have also ranged in style and premise, giving Chuck a rich record to be proud of.

  5. Chuck Lorre - Wikipedia

    Charles Michael "Chuck" Lorre (/ ˈ l ɔːr i /; born October 18, 1952) is an American television director, writer, producer, composer and actor. Called the "King of Sitcoms" during the 2010s, he has created and produced sitcoms including Grace Under Fire, Cybill, Dharma & Greg, Two and a Half Men, The Big Bang Theory, Mike & Molly, Mom, Young Sheldon, The Kominsky Method, Disjointed, Bob ...

  6. Ranking Chuck Lorre’s TV Shows From Worst To Best

    Feb 20, 2020 · Based on his IMDb profile, it seems Lorre got started in the industry by writing for several tv shows in the 80s. These include “Charles in Charge,” “Beany and Cecil, “My Two Dads,” and “Defenders of the Earth.” And then, in the 90s, Lorre went from writing shows to creating and producing them.

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  7. ‘United States of Al’: New Chuck Lorre Comedy Gets Series ...

    Nov 11, 2020 · CBS is adding a fifth Chuck Lorre comedy to its lineup, handing a series order to United States of Al, a new multi-cam offering from the sitcom giant.

  8. Chuck Lorre: Sitcom king on why his five shows avoid real ...

    Nov 04, 2020 · Top producer Chuck Lorre, who will have five sitcoms on CBS this season, explains the challenge of pandemic production and the need for laughter. Books 📚 Stars we lost 💔 TV shows 📺 100 ...

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  9. Chuck Lorre Productions | The Big Bang Theory Wiki | Fandom
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    The sitcoms produced by Chuck Lorre Productions include: 1. Grace Under Fire(1993–1998) 2. Cybill(1995–1998) 3. Dharma & Greg(1997–2002) 4. Two and a Half Men(2003–2015) 5. The Big Bang Theory(2007–2019) 6. Mike & Molly(2010–2016) 7. Mom (TV series)|Mom(2013–present) 8. The Odd Couple (TV series)(2015–2017) 9. Young Sheldon(2017–present) 10. Bob Hearts Abishola(2019–present)

    Chuck Lorre Productions is known for their unique vanity cards displayed at the end of their television shows. The vanity card for each episode of The Big Bang Theoryis displayed after the credits roll, and right before the final Warner Bros. logo. The vanity card has shown up in every single episode. Each vanity card is numbered and shows a brief note, sometimes with a photo, under the company name, and contains a random and often humorous insight from Chuck Lorre, which frequently tend to be cynical and have also become increasingly political in later years. The text appears on the screen only briefly, and can only be read if one has the episode on a recorded medium (such as a PVR) and pauses on the frame of the vanity card unless it is very short. Some notes say that they have been censored, but "As always, you know where to look." All notes, both censored and uncensored, are published on Chuck Lorre Productions's website. The vanity cards are displayed by their numbers on the le...

  10. The hidden message at the end of The Big Bang Theory | CBC Radio

    Show creator Chuck Lorre's hidden nuggets at the end of each episode came to a fitting close after the series finale. The theme from The Big Bang Theory was written by Ed Robertson of the ...

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