‘The Big Bang Theory’ Is Coming To An End
All good things must come to an end. CBS and Warner Brothers Television aren't repeating the mistake they made with "Two and a Half Men." Continuing the series for three seasons after the bitter parting between Charlie Sheen, and producer Chuck Lorre was a mistake. "The Big Bang Theory" won't continue without Dr. Sheldon cooper. Entertainment Weekly reports Jim Parsons has decided to walk away from the hugely successful sitcom, and a salary of nearly $1 million an episode in 2019. CBS was trying to negotiate a deal for 2 more years that would have grossed Parsons, Kaely Cuoco, johnny Galecki, Simon Helberg, and Kunal Nayyar a reported $50 million each. We still have "Young Sheldon."