Netflix is planning to premiere its own ‘Big Bollywood’ reboot on Monday in the UK.
The new show, to be called ‘BigBang’, is described as “the ultimate reboot of the hit BBC sitcom Big Bang Theory” by Netflix, which will debut in the US on April 29.
Netflix will have to license the rights to the show, which is currently being produced by the British-American production company The Big Bang, which has also produced the UK version of the show.
It is likely that the UK edition will be the same as the US one, which was created by the US production company BFI.
However, the UK show is being produced under a different production license, which means that the US version may also be the original UK version.
The UK version will be made available on Netflix in the coming weeks.
The UK version is being developed by UK production company the BBC and will be produced by British company The Great British Television Company (GBTC), which will also produce the US remake of the British series.
The US version of ‘BigB’ will also be produced under an entirely different production licence, which could mean that the Netflix UK version may not be a direct adaptation of the US show.
The reboot is expected to be a reboot of one of the most popular series in the history of the BBC.
The series is known for its “diverse cast, original music, and original storytelling”, and is known as the “Big Bang of British Television”.
The show was created in 2010 and starred Sarah Jessica Parker, Matt LeBlanc, Stephen Fry, and Michael Palin.
The BBC has released an official statement, saying that the “B-list stars, award-winning production team, and innovative story are the hallmark of a Big Bang reboot”.
The series was cancelled in 2016 and will now be shown in the original series format.