The Origin of ‘The Big Bang Theory’
‘The Big Bang Theory’ ended its popular 12-season run last month. While the CBS primetime hit could have continued for at least another season, show co-creator Chuck Lorre was probably right not to force it forward by strong-arming Jim Parsons.
At least we still have ‘Young Sheldon’ with Jim Parsons narrating on CBS for the foreseeable future.
Speaking of Mr. Lorre — the veritable sitcom (though he hates the word sitcom) king of the modern era — I thought I’d throw it back to an interview he gave about seven years ago in which he described how ‘The Big Bang Theory’ came to be for its TV premiere in 2007.
For 12 years, ‘The Big Bang Theory’ was — to quote a memorable expression of optimism by Leonard in the pilot involving his crush on beautiful new neighbor Penny — smart and beautiful…
and, thankfully, not imaginary.
Posted on June 20, 2019, in Uncategorized and tagged CBS sitcom, celebrity interview, Chuck Lorre, nostalgia, popular culture, science, The Big Bang Theory, Throwback Thursday. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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