The Big Bang Theory Cast: What They’re Doing Next

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Big Bang Theory: Jim Parsons (Sheldon) explains why the series must end
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Is the elevator being repaired? “Big Bang Theory” stars talk about ending series
Soon it’s time to say goodbye to the “Big Bang Theory” nerds. Season 12 kicks off in a few days on Pro Seven, and then the series is over. A decisive reason is Jim Parsons’ departure, which cast and producers had made official in August 2018.

With ” Entertainment Weekly” the main actors Kaley Cuoco, Johnny Galecki and Jim Parsons talked about how they imagine the end of the series, what exactly made Parsons leave and how much everyone will miss the show – even some tears were shed.

Because Jim Parsons “just felt it was time” to leave “Big Bang Theory”, the show can’t go on, he said in the interview.

It doesn’t feel like there’s anything left, we felt like we’d already told everything. For me it’s the right time in my life. I don’t know what comes next for me.”

For the end of the series, the three wished for one thing above all: That the elevator would finally be fixed. “At least for a minute,” said Johnny Galecki. “And then we’ll all get stuck in it on the way down.”

The actors also agreed that they were very sad to part with the team. During the last take, Galecki said, everyone will surely cry. They were a “sensitive troupe”. And then Galecki even had tears in the interview.

You can read the full statement here.

In the USA, the last episode of the popular series will be shown in spring. In Germany, the final twelfth season starts on Monday, January 7 at 20:15 on CBS

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