Akari, Utah — (CNN) The final episodes of “The Big B” season 5 are coming to a close and that means the show is coming back for the big finale, but who is joining the show in the meantime?

That’s the question the showrunners, writers and producers of “Big Bang Theory” are answering right now, but what exactly is on the horizon?

“We have the Big Bs in our sights,” co-creator and showrunner Shonda Rhimes told reporters at the Television Critics Association summer press tour.

“They’re coming back.

We’re going to do our best to get it all together.

That’s where the show comes from.”

Rhimes and her writers are hoping to have the finale shot in Akari by June 5, and then begin shooting on June 18.

The showrunners have not yet announced a premiere date.

Rhimes told the audience at TCA that it was a very long time coming, but she was happy to finally see her beloved characters reunited.

“It feels like home for all of us,” Rhimes said.

“It feels very exciting to finally get to do it, to really get to see it all.

I feel like the whole world has really come together for us to come back together.”

A lot of things have changed since the finale, including that the series is coming off a hiatus, but Rhimes has said that it will not be a one-off.

“I think there are going to be other episodes in the future that we will bring back and we will continue to be as faithful to the spirit of ‘The Bachelor’ and ‘Bachelor in Paradise’ as we possibly can,” Rhymes said.

“The Big Show” premiered on July 15, 2008 and has featured the Big Bangs since the show debuted in 2006.

The two-episode reunion episode “Big Show” had a very different tone than the last episode, but the producers believe it still worked.

“We feel that we’ve done everything that we could,” Rhames said.

She also said that they’re hoping that viewers will tune in to see the final episode of “Tough Love” to see what happened with the Big-Busters, as well as to see how the show will continue in the years to come.

“Tough love” will air on CBS on August 8 at 8 p.m.

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