Two of the stars of CBS’ hit comedy series, “Big Bang Theory,” will be working together again. Jim Parsons and Mayim Bialik are going to be behind the new comedy series “Carla,” which is set to air in the fall of FOX in 2020.
Sheldon Cooper’s beloved grandmother in “Big Bang Theory” will also be a key character in “Young Sheldon.” The CBS show booked Annie Potts for the iconic role of Meemaw, the most influential person in Sheldon’s life.
Sheldon Cooper and his friends are likely staying on the small screen far longer. News has it that CBS is planning to give Jim Parsons, Johnny Galecki, Kaley Cuoco and the rest of the “Big Bang Theory” stars a deal that will see them doing two more seasons of the comedy.
To celebrate the milestone of reaching 200 episodes, the City of Pasadena has declared that Thursday, February 25 will officially be proclaimed The Big Bang Theory Day, within Pasadena city limits. The hit comedy series has been fictionally set in the Southern California city for its entire nine-season run.
“Big Bang Theory” is facing a lawsuit filed by the daughters of a New Hampshire teacher who claim the show used their mom’s song without permission.