Warner Bros. Television , Chuck Lorre Productions and CBS revealed that the hit series & # 39; The Big Bang Theory & # 39; will end with season number twelve, which debuts in 2019.
The endearing comedy revolved around the dramas & coziness of a group of nerds & # 39; and their beautiful neighbor-spirited actress. This became one of the most popular of recent times.
With 279 episodes, this series becomes the comedy with the longest live audience in the history of television, and that turned the main characters into big stars of the small screen.
"We, along with the cast, the writers and the team, are extremely grateful for the success of the series and we hope to offer a final season and a final chapter that" The Big Bang Theory "to an epic and will bring creative end, "announced the Warner Bros. directors. Television, reports BBC.
To celebrate the announcement of the end of the successful series here, we leave you 5 data that you may not know about & tha Big BanTheory & # 39 ;.
ONE MILLION DOLLAR PER EPISODE
The careers of Kaley Cuoco (Penny), Johnny Galecki (Leonard), Simon Helberg (Howard), Kunal Nayyar (Raj) and, of course, Jim Parsons as the eccentric & Sheldon Cooper & # 39 ;, were enroumbadas thanks to the success of the series. Because of the success of the series in rating, the actors began to charge up to $ 1 million per episode.
Because of the appearance of other secondary actors that became essential to the series, as is the case of Mayim Bialik (Amy) and Melissa Rauch (Bernadette), the main actors accepted reductions in their salaries to raise the latter.
However, these salary reductions did not prevent & # 39; The Big Bang Theory & # 39; One of the most expensive programs on television is, according to the magazine Entertainment Weekly.
This is a comedy about a group of nerds, each focusing on different scientific subjects. From physics to biology, all data that appears in the series with completely real.
For this the series needed the support of professor of physics David Saltzberg, who has served as scientific advisor to the series since the start in 2007.
It is his job to check that all scientific information in the series is correct, including the jokes about the physics of Sheldon & # 39; and the experiments that have been revealed or mentioned in the series.
NOT ONLY NERDS
Despite what many think, not all actors in the real world fall into the category & # 39; nerd & # 39 ;. The most notable case, and perhaps the most disappointing, is the case of Sheldon Cooper & # 39 ;, played by actor Jim Parsons.
Parsons said in an interview for Time Magazine that he is not a fan and has never seen the "Star Trek" movies or the British series "& # 39; Doctor Who & # 39; has followed. Simon Helberg (Howard) revealed that he also does not like Star Trek & # 39; and that he is not a follower of comics.
But everything is not lost. Kunal Nayyar, who & # 39; Raj & # 39; plays, is an unconditional fan of comics and Star Wars movies, and Mayim Bialik, the actress who plays the neurobiologist Amy Farrah Fowler, also has a PHD in neuroscience.
"BAZINGA" IS NOW A BEE
In honor of Sheldon & # 39; s favorite word, the one he uses to make a joke, a group of Brazilian scientists named a kind of bee like Euglossa bazinga.
This would be a tribute that the Brazilian biologist André Nemesio made to the 'intelligent, funny and & # 39; nerd & # 39; Sheldon Cooper & # 39; because these bees succeeded in deceiving the scientists who studied it.
ASK FOR A CUNA SONG
"The sweet cat looks like a ball of fur, cute kitten, sleeps kitten, good good." If you are a fan of the series, you know the lullaby that & # 39; Sheldon & # 39; always & # 39; Penny & # 39; asks to sing when he becomes ill.
This song is by the poet Edith Newlin, who wrote it in 1937. Reason why the author's daughters have sued the copyright series in 2015. But for the happiness of the writers this requirement was not prosperous.