Dec 19, 2016 07:25 AM EST

'Big Bang Theory' Season 11 Spoilers: Jim Parsons To Leave The Show?

Ever since the first appearance of "Big Bang Theory" Season 11 in television it has always been very good and had numerous success from the show. From the nominations to the awards that the show has garnered to the impact it has given viewers and fans alike, many believe that show's success starts off from their leading guy, Jim Parsons.

According to Movie News Guide, "Big Bang Theory" Season 11  has not experienced a moment of failure in its ten seasons of airing in the small screen. One guy who is the reason for all of the success is their leading star, Jim Parsons, who is believed to be the very main reason that the show is earning a lot of credit since their first premiere success till this day.

With the contributions Parsons has made in "Big Bang Theory" Season 11  he was even titled as the highest paid actor on small screen because of it. According to iTech Post it is reported that with different commitments and the busy schedule surrounding him, he decided to leave "Big Bang Theory" and focus more on his road to Hollywood films.

As Jim Parsons leave the small screen and enters another realm of entertainment, he has one movie that is coming up this Christmas day is titled "Hidden Figures." From one movie comes another one where he will be star in the upcoming film said to be released next year with actors Matt Bomer and Mark Ruffalo titled "The Normal Heart."

As Jim Parsons is about to say farwell, fans are still expecting him to return as he is very important in the cast of "Big Bang Theory" Season 11 with the impact he has made to the show. Though this might be his last season as his contract will expire, a comeback is way possible depending on the contract price after it expires. For more details about the latest news and current updates stay tuned to Jobs & Hire.

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