'The Big Bang Theory' creator: Season 12 could "easily" be show's end

Jay Jacobs
August 4, 2017

The spinoff show will showcase the formative years of iconic character Sheldon Cooper, who is played by Jim Parsons in the original series, and will be portrayed by child actor Iain Armitage in the CBS spin off. And it's freaking him out.

Parsons spoke about "Young Sheldon", which is headed to CBS this fall, at the Television Critics Association summer press tour. "It's an entirely different animal". It's much slower. But the end result is something to be proud of, really.

"Young Sheldon" follows a young Sheldon Cooper (Iain Armitage) as he grows up with his family in Texas.

But while speaking with Entertainment Weekly, Molaro said that they don't have any plans to introduce new characters in the series in the upcoming season. After all, he got Sheldon and Amy to this point.

Lorre said: "We absolutely discussed "Wonder Years" when we were writing".

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"You had so many more people recognize you in the theater than recognized me", the 44-year-old actor told his mini-me. They are, however, taking each episode one at a time. Lorre, who has previously helmed studio-audience series like Two and a Half Men and Mom, is venturing into the world of single-camera comedy for the first time with the series, looking to critically acclaimed The Wonder Years for guidance. If not, we can go on our merry way and change it enough that it doesn't relate as much.' But Chuck loved it and Steve Molaro loved it.

They were revealed when they saw Armitage, who recently starred in "Big Little Lies", on an iPhone in an audition he recorded at his grandmother's house in Georgia, reported USA Today.

"We had been asked by [CBS] executives, 'Would you look into your own life?" We can't possibly be this lucky. "It was just a visual sight gag on the heels of their lab in the security building being cleaned out for them to then come home to", he said.

"I'm a nervous wreck", he said. "We have a lot more in common now than I would have had at the same age. And what they've done with it, in making it a single cam, and the way that they've opened this up, it's attractive - even more than I could have dreamed of". But when she came in to read for the part of Mary, again, we were flabbergasted. We'll keep you posted on when we can expect to see the show in Australia.

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