The creators of Big Bang Theory are open to a revival

The Big Bang Theory co-creators Chuck Lorre and Bill Prady discuss the possibility of a revival while discussing the sitcom’s 15th anniversary.

The Big Bang Theory co-creators Chuck Lorre and Bill Prady have revealed their thoughts on possibly reviving the CBS sitcom.

During an interview with Entertainment Weekly for the show’s 15th anniversary, Prady explained why he’s hesitant to pursue a potential The Big Bang Theory the comeback. “I know people bring characters together for meetings and things like that,” Prady said. “But it’s hard to imagine what you would see after the finale because I found the finale to be just one of the most beautiful and satisfying episodes. The closure it brought was amazing . It’s hard to imagine reopening the story.” Lorre echoed Prady’s thoughts on the series’ final episode, titled “The Stockholm Syndrome,” which he described as “close to a perfect finale.”

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Despite his hesitation, however, Prady admitted he would like to see The Big Bang TheoryThe ensemble cast has reunited again. “Would I like to stand on a stage somewhere and see these characters again? Yes, absolutely. Can I imagine a way to do that? I can’t,” he said. “But, personally, would I like to go to Stage 25 and see that set and those costumes and those people? Yeah, it’s suffocating me just thinking about it. But I don’t know how we would do that. .”

The Possibility of Revival of the Big Bang Theory

Lorre and Prady then outlined potential ideas for what a revival would look like, one of which included showing how Sheldon Cooper (Jim Parsons) would have “loved” the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. In September 2020, Parsons also speculated that Sheldon would have thrived during quarantine, a scenario the Emmy Award-winning actor said Sheldon “was designed for.”

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After its creation in 2007, The Big Bang Theory quickly became a hit for CBS despite its lackluster critical reception. The series followed the daily lives of four socially awkward and nerdy scientists and their neighbor Penny (Kaley Cuoco). 279 episodes aired over 12 seasons before its conclusion in 2019. Although the show had only been on the air for just over three years, Lorre and Prady weren’t the only ones who discussed a return to the show. When describing his enthusiasm for HBO Max then to come Friends meeting in 2021, Cuoco expressed interest in the cast and crew of The Big Bang Theory organize a similar special meeting. Co-star Mayim Bialik expressed similar sentiments to Cuoco, though she admitted he’s “still very soon” to revive the series.

The Big Bang Theory is available to stream on HBO Max.

Source: EW

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