“Big Bang Theory” towards its end after season 12

The Big Bang Theory (CBS) TV Series Season 5, 2011-2012 Episode: The Skank Reflex Analysis Airdate: September 22, 2011 Shown from left: Kunal Nayyar, Melissa Rauch, Simon Helberg, Jim Parsons, Mayim Bialik, Johnny Galecki, Kaley Cuoco

Looks like the end might be near for the ‘Big Bang Theory’…

Executive producer as well as Big Bang Theory star, Johnny Galecki has told the reporters, during an appearance at the Television Critics Association winter press tour in Pasadena that the television’s most-watched comedy CBS sitcom was most likely going to end in its season 12 while promoting “Living Biblically” on Saturday. The 42-year-old told TVLine, “The only manner in which the cast has discussed wrapping The Big Bang Theory has been that we’re all going to be very sad when that day comes.” He said but at this point, he thinks that everyone’s very comfortable with 12 seasons being a good time to go home and see their families. This show— currently in the mid of season 11— also stars Jim Parsons, Kaley Cuoco as well as Mayim Bialik.

"Big Bang Theory" towards its end after season 12

In the comedy series, “Young Sheldon” starring Iain Armitage as young Sheldon Cooper has earned an early season two on the morning of Saturday— which surrounds around the 9-year-old Parson’ character version. As per Entertainment Weekly, in a statement, CBS President Kelly Kahl has said, “Young Sheldon has made a huge impact on our schedule in the short time it’s been on the air.” Kelly added that while the show’s DNA is clearly rooted in The Big Bang TheoryYoung Sheldon has staked out its own place in the TV universe with a unique creative tone, and a gifted multi-generational cast.

Kelly continued by saying that they can’t wait to see Chuck, Steve, Jim and Todd’s vision for how the Cooper family deals with Sheldon growing a year older as well as smarter. Johnny has also addressed the return of ABC’s Roseanne reboot in which David Healy will be reprising his role and added that the negotiations between all the parties were ‘delicate’.