PaleyFest has partnered with Fathom Events to bring The Big Bang Theory fans all across the country up-close and (sort of) personal with the cast of their favorite sitcom.

PaleyFest 2013 kicked off earlier this week in Beverly Hills, but it’s not only California-based fans who will be able to watch The Big Bang Theory panel in vibrant real-time. Though live streams have been set of for many of the festival’s panels, PaleyFest has decided to take the live broadcast one step further for our favorite geeky gang.

Partnering with Fathom Events (the folks who frequently bring concerts, plays, and museum exhibits to movie theaters), PaleyFest has arranged a live broadcast of The Big Bang Theory panel at select movie theaters nationwide. On March 13, the sold-out panel (which will take place live in the Saban Theater in Beverly Hills) will broadcast simultaneously across the country, beginning at 7:00 p.m. PST. The entire cast of The Big Bang Theory is scheduled to appear on the PaleyFest panel, along with creators Chuck Lorre and Bill Prady, and executive producer Steve Molaro.

In addition to sharing a sneak peek from an upcoming episode, the panel will involve an interactive element. The panelists will take questions from the live audience, as well as those submitted by fans watching the Fathom broadcast. (Fathom Events advises fans arrive early for details on how to submit questions to the cast and crew of The Big Bang Theory.) A similar panel featuring AMC’s The Walking Dead will be shown in theaters on March 7, though the event will be a rebroadcast of the PaleyFest panel which took place on March 1.

Check out the Fathom Events website for a list of participating movie theaters across the country.

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