The Big Bang Theory
made its debut more than 10 years ago, on 24 September 2007, and it has since left an indelible mark not only on other TV shows but also on pop culture.
Scientists, geeks, gamers, or whoever felt they can’t fit in instantly related to Sheldon, Leonard, Howard, and Rajesh.
The show documented the group’s daily adventures (or misadventures) at work, at play and even their personal lives. The Big Bang Theory
became an instant success and has spawned over 12 seasons.
We know you can't get enough of the show (we’re addicted too!) and keep looking forward to the next episode, but just like all good things, it must come to an end eventually.
CBS and Warner Bros. TV has announced that they will be ending The Big Bang Theory
Yes, we’re screaming and crying hysterically after learning about this news, too.
The longest-running multi-camera series in TV history will end with a record-breaking 279 episodes in May 2019.
A lot of people are currently speculating on why they have decided to end the show for good, but according to an exclusive report by Entertainment Weekly
, apparently Jim Parsons, who plays Dr. Sheldon Cooper, was ready to leave the hit sitcom.
It was also reported that Parsons earned nearly USD$1 million (RM4,107,500
) per episode.
Well, let’s be honest guys, the show wouldn’t be as great without Sheldon and we can't imagine anyone else portraying him except Jim Parsons.
Okay guys, BRB; going on a Big Bang Theory
marathon while crying.