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Jim Parson's Moving Post About The End Of 'The Big Bang Theory' Will Leave You Teary Eyed

Written By Radhika Sarkar | Mumbai | Published:


  • The American sitcom 'The Big Bang Theory' is one of the most popular shows on television.
  • Recently, Jim Parsons from 'The Big Bang Theory' shared an emotional post marking the show's end with Season 12.

American sitcom 'The Big Bang Theory' is one of the most popular shows on television. The sitcom is one of the oldest shows on American television and one of the longest running sitcoms. The series has been air for almost 11 years and won million hearts. The series is globally acclaimed and has won many awards and laurels too. In addition to that, it has also been nominated for the Emmy Awards around 52 times. Recently, Warner Bros. Television and CBS announced that the upcoming series of the popular sitcom 'The Big Bang Theory' will be the last one.

So far, the show has aired around 279 episodes and has fans all over the world. As the news of the latest season, season 12, being the final season of the popular sitcom was confirmed, Netizens expressed their sadness and bid farewell to the cast of 'The Big Bang Theory', the cast took up to their social media accounts and confirmed the news with their heartwarming posts as well. Some of the members of the cast that took up to social media to hare the news are Kunal Nayyar and Melissa Rauch. 

Check out their posts here:


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A recent addition to the people saying goodbyes to the sitcom is Jim Parsons who portrayed the role of 'Sheldon' in the show. Taking to the photo-sharing app, Instagram he shared a picture of the entire cast of 'The Big Bang Theory' and penned down an emotional post as the show is in its final season. 

This is what Jim parson's emotional post said 

"It is hard (nearly impossible, actually) to really accept that this is a picture of the first of the final 24 episodes we will shoot for The Big Bang Theory. I feel very fortunate that we have another 23 episodes to shoot this season because I am hopeful that with each and every one, my level of really accepting this fact will sink in. Something else I feel grateful for-and this gratitude needs no time to 'sink in' or become more realised, this grateful feeling is always with me but is multiplied in this moment os us announcing our final season-but I feel such intense gratitude for our devoted viewers who are the actual reason we have been graced with the opportunity to explore these characters for 12 years of our lives. I feel grateful to our crew- many many of whom have been with us since day one-and who are the people who bring a sense of steadiness and dependability, who are so warm and kind and always quick to say hello and smile at us every time we come to the set and who even though you don't see them on TV, are in many ways the real and steady heartbeat that keep this body of work alive and breathing while we, like flailing arms and legs, act like jackasses and fools in attempt to make someone laugh. I am grateful to all the writers of our show-those with us now and those that have come in gone-because without them, there would literally be no Big Bang Theory at all, ever. The writers thought of this show, the writers created these characters and have found ways of keeping it entertaining. I will miss you all of you and all of this more than I can say and more than I can know at this time." 

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Here is the post:

In an official announcement that was made on Wednesday, August 22, the head of CBS Entertainment, Kelly Kahl said that the show had been defining the comedy of its generation. She also said that they are incredibly grateful for their partnership with Warner Bros., Chuck Lorre Productions and a brilliant cast and crew that has made such a ‘big bang’ and lasting legacy on the television landscape. The season 11 ended with the most awaited wedding of Sheldon and Amy. For the final season of the show, the main star cast has signed up, including  Jim Parsons (Sheldon), Johnny Galecki (Leonard), Kaley Cuoco (Penny), Simon Helberg (Howard), Kunal Nayyar (Raj), Mayim Bialik (Amy) and Melissa Rauch (Bernadette). The last season will premier on September 24 and the show will be retaining its Thursday night slot on American television networks. The show will be followed by episodes of 'Young Sheldon'. The show will come to an end with Season 12 being its last.



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