Writer/creator Adam Savage is among the most creative people in television.
His writing has appeared in both The Simpsons and the hit sitcom “Modern Family.”
Now Savage is doing a lot more writing for himself, too.
He is a contributing writer for “The Big Bang Theory,” which premieres Wednesday, Jan. 15.
The show is one of the most popular shows in the country, averaging more than 18 million viewers a night.
It has become the network’s most-watched series in the U.S., according to Nielsen.
Savage has written the show’s title card, which features a “Big Bang” sign that says, “I am Big Bang.”
It’s a nod to the show that started as a sitcom and is now considered one of television’s most enduring and popular.
He also wrote a script for the show, which has yet to be written.
The new show, written by Savage and his co-writer and executive producer Rob Corddry, is an homage to “The Great American Novel” by author Robert Frost.
The characters on the show are inspired by science fiction, and there are plenty of references to the characters from the novel, such as a scene where a character has a heart attack and a nurse asks, “What if we invented a life-saving device?”
Savage also has a cameo on the first episode of the show in which a character named “Big Brain” has a similar look to a character on the “Doctor Who” television series.
“The idea of the characters on ‘The Big Break’ is that they are all in love with each other,” Savage said.
“That is not a cliché.
I am not the one writing the story.
I write it.”
Savage said the show is based on Frost’s novel “The Last Unicorn,” which tells the story of a spacefaring unicorn who discovers a new planet.
The episode is titled “The Unicorn.”
It will premiere at 10 p.m.
ET on Thursday.
“It’s the first time we are doing this together,” Savage explained.
“We are very excited about it.
We are in this moment.”
Savage has been writing for the network since the show first started airing on CBS in 2005.
His scripts have appeared in the “Biggest Loser” on the network, “The Bachelor” and “The Bachelorette.”
He also worked on “The Simpsons” from 2004 to 2011.
Savage also wrote and co-wrote “The Young and the Restless” and the upcoming season of “Big Brother.”
He is also working on the upcoming television show “Grimm” about the Salem Witch Trials.
Savage said he’s also working with a group of writers and actors to write a new short series about a character called “Lunar,” who will be introduced in Season 11 of “The Office.”
Savage also is working on a film about a man named “Lup” in the first season of the TV series “Modern Age.”
The film is scheduled to premiere in 2018.
“I’m excited about this, because this is what I love doing,” Savage added.
“Writing has always been a passion of mine, and I love the idea of taking that to another level.
This is the first project I’m writing on my own, and it is going to be very much an experiment.”
Savage’s work also appears in “The Amazing Race,” which he helped create.
In addition to “Big Time,” Savage also appeared in several episodes of “Dancing with the Stars.”
Savage and Corddry said the series is a chance to take a look at some of the biggest TV stars.
“A lot of these guys have done amazing things, and they are so prolific, they are just a testament to how many writers, how many actors and producers, and how many people can come together to make something special,” Savage told The Associated Press.
“And it’s a chance for the writers and the actors to really see what these guys can do, and to give them credit.”
The show will be produced by Savage’s production company, The Whelen Group.
He will serve as executive producer.
“You can’t say you’re writing a novel and be like, ‘We’re just going to make the plot,'” Savage said, laughing.
“This is what happens in TV.
This isn’t just about being in a studio and writing a script.
This show is going on the air and we are going to give people a chance.”