This Cast Member Was Left In tears After Jim Parsons Quit The Big Bang Theory

The Big Bang Theory premiered on CBS in 2007 and ran for 12 seasons before being cancelled in 2019. Many of the show’s stars got their starts there. And it still draws fans today due to its popularity and high viewership. The prominent cast members, including Jim Parsons, Melissa Rauch, Johny Galecki, Mayim Bialik, and Simon Helberg, played a significant role in the show’s success.

Jim Parsons and The Big Bang Theory Cast

After 12 successful seasons, the show’s creators announced its cancellation. Fans were sad to hear this, and many of them shed tears. According to Looper, the actors earned more than $1 million per episode during the final season and established an emotional bond. Although many factors contributed to the show’s cancellation, Jim Parsons’ decision to leave the show was the primary reason.

Kaley Cuoco was in tears and shocked after Jim Parsons announced he was quitting The Big Bang Theory.

Kaley Cuoco and Jim Parsons At The Big Bang theory Set

Kaley Cuoco gave a detailed interview to Variety and explained how and why Show ended. She said Jim Parson Told her, ‘ I  do not think that I can Continue anymore, ‘ she added.

“And I was so surprised that I literally said, ‘Continue with what?'” I had no idea what he was talking about. “Wow,” I said to Chuck ( the Big Bang Theory Creator) . I thought we were — I’m completely taken aback right now. “

After Jim Parsons’ shocking decision, the Big bang Theory producer spoke to all the crew members and the main cast. “We are in this together and cannot continue The Big Bang Theory for a 13th season even if a cast member is absent from the show,” he said. The show couldn’t have gone on without Jim Parsons. Because none other than Jim Parsons could have played his character, Sheldon Cooper.

The news not only brought tears to the fans but Kaley Cuoco was also saddened and had the same situation as the show’s top viewers.

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