The boys also frequently come into conflict with "Mr.
Bitters" (David Anthony Higgins), the manager of the Palm Woods, a self-important middle manager who delights in catching Palm Woods residents in the act of breaking the (many) Palm Woods rules.
The series became the second highest-rated Nickelodeon sitcom after less than a month on the air.
behind i Carly, and currently attracts an average of more than three million viewers per episode debut.
Nickelodeon partnered with Columbia/Epic Label Group to produce the show, which is why music and music instrumentals are incorporated throughout the series. R., will be released on October 11, 2010 via Sony/Columbia. After the wrapping of the show's second season, Big Time Rush will be going on their first headlining tour. and if you pre-oreder on i Tunes you get the full versions of "This Is Our Someday" and "Stuck" but only if you pre-order.
All or most of the music videos for the singles are available on You Tube. The tour, which has 16 scheduled stops, is set to happen in February 2011. Several songs featured in the show, including "Shot In The Dark", "Stuck", "This Is Our Someday" and have yet to air in their full versions.
They must prove to their record label they are ready for that chance. The boys learn about their first CD release when Griffin boosts the boys dream of being hit singers.
The first hour-long made-for-TV season finale movie, Big Time Concert, premiered on Nickelodeon and was released on Friday, August 20, 2010 at p.m. They return to Minnesota to think about other dreams, but have come to a point where their lives have changed and decide to take control of that.
Additional songs will be released throughout the show's first season.
The boys routinely come into conflict with their overbearing, outrageous, hard-driving (but successful) producer, Gustavo Rocque (Stephen Kramer Glickman), and his well-meaning assistant Kelly Wainwright (Tanya Chisholm), while trying to impress Gustavo's boss, Arthur Griffin (Matt Riedy), so that they can become successful.
Griffin is portrayed as an executive who is largely clueless about the music industry, although he is often the final decision maker, and he is also surrounded by yes-men and is overly caught up in the trappings of executive "perks".
Reruns also currently air each weekend afternoon on Nickelodeon's spinoff channel, Teen Nick.
The hour-long pilot episode, "Big Time Audition", aired as a special "sneak preview" for the series on November 28, 2009 at p.m., following the i Carly special, "i Move Out".