Jim Parsons scored a star in the Wall of Fame after his consistent casting in the popular series "The Big Bang Theory." Now, facing the end of Season 10, there are still no words whether the show will proceed with its next season. Will this be the reason why Jim Parsons accepted the offer to a new comedy sitcom?
Other physicists of the California Institute of Technology (CalTech) must be so proud of both Sheldon and Leonard for showing how great the teachings in the school is, as shown in their nerdy performances in "The Big Bang Theory" Season 10. This then makes it difficult for the fans to think that Jim Parsons aka Sheldon Cooper has been rumored to leave the show in spite high ratings.
"The Big Bang Theory" stars Jim Parsons and Johny Galecki (Leonard Hoefstadter) carry most of the comedy scenes of the show. Then comes the worry that the show will not be as fun as it is before if one of the partners in crime will leave the casting.
The Radio Times just confirmed that Jim Parsons is now working on a television production entitled "Lance 2.0." The script of the said comedy show is known to be written by Alex McAulay, as reported by the Variety.
Despite being in his 43rd year of existence, Jim Parsons seems to be not yet tired of making his fans laugh out of his sold out humor. Even though there are still no words on the next installment of "The Big Bang Theory," many still anticipates that both Sheldon Cooper and Leonard Hoefstadter will be there to hype up the BBT fans. "The Big Bang Theory" Season 10 is now coming to an end. Feuds on the latest episodes still continue to ruin the anti-spoilers of the said show by saying that Sheldon Cooper starts bidding good bye.