The #big bang theory is definitely the most watched sitcom show ever. Sheldon Cooper, the character from the show is known to everyone The show is not only famous but also has a huge fan base in the world. It has managed to entertain fans while making everyone laugh from the past #10 Years by giving us 10 splendid seasons.

But as per the reports, the evergreen show might come to an end soon. According to the reports, the makers are planning to end the show with its 12th season, which earlier was renewed for two seasons for the total 48 episodes after its 10th season. The show is immensely successful and the makers never thought that they could make until the 11th and 12th year.

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Chuck Lorre, co-creator of the show, was also present at the press launch of the new show, which will replace the on going “Big Bang Theory” after the competition of the 12th season. The new show is allegedly named as Young Sheldon, will be a recreated version of the “Big Bang theory.” After ruling the television from past 10 years, "Big Bang Theory" will be replaced by. new show after the completion of its 12th season.

Parsons' voice in the show

The new show “Young Sheldon” will feature the voice of Parsons providing narration's and the show will be entitled to tell the audience the story of 9-year-old Sheldon Cooper while he was growing up in Texas. It will take us through the life of Sheldon Cooper and let us experience the life of Cooper. In terms of cast, the show will have Armitage playing the role of Sheldon Cooper, Zoe Perry, Lancer Barber, Raegan Record and Montana Jordan.

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The cast of the show

Apart from this, the "Big Bang Theory” also made the news when the original cast consisting of Jim Parsons, Johnny Galecki, Kaley Cuoco, Kunal Nayyar and Simon Helberg had agreed upon to accept the pay cuts to let the new Mayim Bialik and Melissa Rauch get the salary demanded by them for the renewed season 11 and 12. In terms of production, the executive producer of the “Big Bang Theory”, Steve Molaro, has stepped down from the show to focus more on the upcoming show Young Sheldon. He has been replacing by Steve Holland who will be the in charge of the show from the 11th season.The sitcom will be missed by everyone, but the concept of the upcoming show is also exciting the audience. And the new show will obviously take some time since we still have two more seasons of “#The Big Bang Theory” to go. Stay tuned for more news, updates, and rumors of TV series.