The Big Bang Theory hasn’t finished yet, but Kaley Cuoco is already calling out for a reboot.
It appears like the 33-year-old can’t imagine saying goodbye to Penny, the character she’s been playing for 12 years now. And to be honest, neither can we, as we’ve become too emotionally attached to the show.
Maybe soon we’ll have a Young Penny, just like the Young Sheldon series that’s currently airing on CBS. Who knows?!
Right now, The Big Bang Theory is on a break but will come back to our screens for the second half of its 12th and final series. Note that in 2018, CBS announced that the show is coming to an end. And later it turned out that was mostly due to Jim Parson’s decision to leave the show.
In 2017, Parson earned the title of the most paid actor in the world, with a total of $27.5 million, according to Forbes. Back then, each of the cast members were making $1 million per episode.
The rest of the cast was happy to go on with the show, but contract talks fell through between Parson and the studio, and he was determined to leave.
Source: Jimmy Kimmel Live
Cuoco spoke with Entertainment Tonight on the red carpet at Golden Globes, hinting at a possible reboot of the show.
Everyone’s doing rebooting. We might as well do it in, like, a year, I’m fine with that!
It’s a yes from us!
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The 33-year-old also spoke about filming the final episode, adding she hopes there will be many pre-shootings as everyone is going to tear up for sure:
It’s gonna be tough, it’s gonna be a lot of emotions and I love our crew. I just love the people that we’re with every day so, you know, all good things come to an end.
Everyone is still madly in love with each other. We’re all OK with the choice. We’ve just grown up together, so it’s our adult decision.
If the producers haven’t thought about a reboot, now it’s definitely the time. Especially if so many from the cast members would gladly carry on with the show. And we know it would not be the same without Sheldon, and probably Amy too, but still, the audience loves them and a reboot would be more than welcome.