The twelfth season of the popular sitcom ‘The Big Bang Theory’ will be the last. After more than a decade on the tube scores the series, however, still very good, with an average of 14 million viewers for the eleventh season, but actor Jim Parsons would his role of Sheldon not want to resume, according to Entertainment Weekly.
Just a couple of weeks ago, thought not the hair on the head of the zenderbazen still attached to the series to stop. There were plans for a thirteenth season to order. The largest part of the hoofdcast was willing to do his part to resume, any stumbling block was the star of the show: Jim Parsons. He would reportedly have had enough of his lead role as the reclusive nerd Sheldon Cooper. And since just about all the episodes around him run, it was decided to have the series not to renew.
Parsons, the last few years several movies acted, such as the oscar-nominated ‘Hidden Figures’ and ‘A Kid Like Jas’. He was also again on the boards with a theatre play and presented a radio show. Fans can him, in addition to ‘The Big Bang Theory’, soon to work in the film “Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile’, together with Zac Efron and Lily Collins.