Lorre told The Hollywood Reporter at a preview of 'Young Sheldon' that "one could easily presume" season 12 would be the end of 'TBBT'.
A pop-culture phenomenon for more than a decade, smash CBS comedy ‘The Big Bang Theory’ shows no signs of stopping any time soon, but the series’ co-creator Chuck Lorre offered some unofficial insight into its future – and admitted that season 12 could “easily” be a natural end-point.
A consistent ratings winner even on repeat airings and guaranteeing prime advertising real estate, Sheldon, Leonard, Penny and co. have been on the air since 2007, with CBS ordering up two new seasons earlier this year, spanning 48 episodes that will take ‘The Big Bang Theory’ up to the end of a twelfth season.
There’s no formal word on what lies beyond that for the show, but its co-creator revealed to The Hollywood Reporter at the Television Critics Association’s summer press tour on Tuesday (August 1st) that they might be building up to the end.
Continue reading: Chuck Lorre Admits Season 12 Could Be The End Of 'The Big Bang Theory'
A series entitled 'Sheldon', concerning the eccentric genius at the age of 12, is reportedly in the works at CBS.
Fans of ‘The Big Bang Theory’ who are eagerly awaiting news of whether their favourite show is to be given the green light for an eleventh series have been surprised with an announcement that the show’s central character, Sheldon Cooper, is to be the subject of a spin-off ‘prequel’ series.
Deadline reported on Tuesday (November 8th) that CBS is planning a new series that will show the eccentric, neurotic genius of Sheldon Cooper as a ‘child prodigy’ at the age of 12. Not many details have been revealed as the project is largely still in the planning process, but it obviously means that 43 year old Jim Parsons won’t be able to play the character he made so famous.
Jim Parsons has played the memorable Sheldon Cooper for 10 series of 'The Big Bang Theory'
Continue reading: 'The Big Bang Theory' Spin-Off Prequel Planned Around Sheldon Cooper
Allison Janney is awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Many friends and colleagues were at the ceremony including: Chuck Lorre, Anna Faris, Mimi Kennedy, Jaime Presley, Richard Schiff, Mary McCormick and other West Wing cast members. Hollywood & Gower - Los Angeles, California, United States - Monday 17th October 2016
Bates is to be the primary star of 'Disjointed', which has been snapped up for 20 episodes by Netflix.
Following massive successes with the likes of ‘The Big Bang Theory’ and ‘Two and a Half Men’, writer Chuck Lorre’s new sitcom ‘Disjointed’ has found a home on Netflix for its debut season, and has also announced its star in the form of Kathy Bates.
Having been the subject of bidding wars between traditional networks and streaming services, Netflix has landed Lorre’s new project and has snapped up 20 episodes. Co-written by Lorre and ‘The Daily Show’s David Javerbaum and produced by Warner Bros, it’s to be shot in front of an audience in a ‘multi-camera’ style.
Kathy Bates is to be the star of Chuck Lorre's new sitcom 'Disjointed'
An extract of Jon Cryer's autobiography has been released and it details some very interesting, if not somewhat disturbing, incidents from Cryer's experience working with his former 'Two and a Half Men' co-star, Charlie Sheen.
Jon Cryer's autobiography, So What Happened?, is due to be released on April 7th. Fortunately for us, some of the most interesting sections have been pre-released and they largely concern the antics of Cryer's former Two and a Half Men star, Charlie Sheen. 49-year-old Cryer's depiction of Sheen is similar to how he is depicted in the public eye: wild, controversial and frequently embroiled in unusual relationships.
Jon Cryer's autobiography will be released in April.
49 year old Cryer kept professional and quiet during the Sheen sacking controversy four years ago, but his new memoir reveals all.
Charlie Sheen’s antics over recent years have become the stuff of legend, but one of the closest people to him kept largely quiet about what it was like to work alongside him. Until now.
Sheen’s ‘Two and a Half Men’ co-star Jon Cryer, except for a small handful of interviews, has never spilled the beans on what it was like to be around him on a daily basis, wisely choosing to quietly get on with his job and earn millions of dollars as part of the wildly popular comedy.
Selected excerpts from Jon Cryer's new memoir reveal what it was like to work with Sheen
The sitcom writer pays tribute to the 'Star Trek' actor in famed vanity card.
'The Big Bang Theory' creator Chuck Lorre expresses his sorrow at the death of Leonard Nimoy in a moving tribute in his post-episode vanity card - almost three years to the day that the veteran actor lent his voice in one episode of the geek sitcom.
He lived long, and prospered. (Credit: Frazer Harrison at Getty Images Entertainment)
In a segment usually reserved for long jokes and general rambling, Lorre posted a black and white photography of Leonard Nimoy with the simple yet touching caption reading: 'The impact you had on our show and on our lives is everlasting', following the latest episode which aired in the US on March 5th 2015 on CBS.
Continue reading: Leonard Nimoy Remembered In Chuck Lorre's 'Big Bang Theory' Dedication
Well, Sheen did warn us in advance.
So if you've been keeping up with Two and a Half Men, you've noticed two things - first off, it ended. Second, there was a notable lack of Charlie Sheen in the final episode. After Uncle Charlie's return was teased online for months on end, fans expecting to see the tiger-blooded star were disappointed on Thursday night, when the episode aired and uncle Charlie was a no-show.
No Charlie Sheen in the finale? Then what was the point of all this?
We may never know the behind-the-scenes reasons for his absence, but here's what happened to the fictional character - and why he didn't make it into the finale.
'The Big Bang Theory' stars Kaley Cuoco Sweeting, Melissa Rauch and Mayim Bialik have paid tribute to their late co-star Carol Ann Susi on social media.
The stars of The Big Bang Theory have paid tribute to the late actor Carol Ann Susi.
Carol Ann Susi starred in The Big Bang Theory as Howard's unseen mother Mrs. Wolowitz.
With 19 million viewers, CBS will probably pay up than lose their most successful show for an eighth season
It has been reported that the stars of CBS’ hit comedy, The Big Bang Theory, are demanding $1m per episode as they conduct contract talks ahead of production on season 8.
On set with the Big Bang Theory cast in 2013 (Getty/Kevin Winters)
Jim Parsons, an Emmy nominee this year for his role as Sheldon Cooper, Johnny Galecki, who plays his exasperated roommate Leonard Hofstadter, Kaley Cuoco, who plays Leonard’s love interest Penny Kaley, Simon Helberg, who plays fan favourite Howard Wolowitz and Kunal Nayyar, who plays the shy Raj Koothrappal are all working together to secure a significant pay rise.
Continue reading: Big Bang Theory Stars Eye $1m Per Episode, And They'll Probably Get It
'Two and a Half Men' is set for a gay wedding.
Though we probably shouldn't have ruled out anything given the past couple of years on 'Two and a Half Men', but we really, really didn't see this one coming. According to The Wrap, Ashton Kutcher's character Walden is to propose to Jon Cryer's Alan in the show's final season.
Mila Kunis [L] guest starring on 'Two and a Half Men' with her partner, Ashton Kutcher [R]
"Walden has a near-death experience," CBS entertainment chief Nina Tassler told the industry website, "It forces him into sort of this existential quandary and to evaluate the meaning of his life, the quality of his life, which prompts him to say, 'I need to put down deeper roots.' And he wants to adopt a child."
Continue reading: Ashton Kutcher's Character To Marry Jon Cryer On 'Two And A Half Men'
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