The Bing Bang theory ended in May last year after 12 seasons. Chuck Lorre and Bill Prady created the show. The show was a hit, and it gives lots of pleasure to fans and viewers. The show star Johnny Galecki as Leonard Hofstadter, Jim Parsons as Sheldon Cooper, Kaley Cuoco as Penny, Simon Helberg as Howard Wolowitz, Kunal Nayyar as Rajesh Koothrappali, Mayim Bialik as Amy Farrah Fowler, and Melissa Rauch as Bernadette. There have been many rumors about season 13 of the show on the internet. Here’s what we know about a possible season of the show so far:
What Fans Says About Season 13 Of The Show
A photo surfaced on social media with the actors looking glamorous, with season 13 written on the top of the photo and the program logo on the bottom. Sadly, this is a case of ‘fake news’ since the show has no plans to return soon. While talking about season 13 of the show on Reddit, a fan wrote as ‘I wish it were real.’ Another fanatic fan of the show replied as ‘Here too.’
A third user wites as ‘Everyone knows that this cannot be real, they stopped because they did not sign for a new season of the show and since then they have moved to the entire crew.’
Jim Parsons, who performs Sheldon Cooper, was reportedly offered £ 30 million ($ 50 million) to work in seasons 13 and 14. However, the actor and his co-stars were willing to say goodbye to the series after 12 years.
Will There Season 13 Of The Big Bang Theory?
Since the show was announced on CBS, viewers have expressed their greatest wish for the show. The series came to an end after 12 seasons of the show, giving an emotional farewell to Sheldon Cooper and the gang.
Among those who requested to restart the show for another season was Penny’s star, Callie Cuoco, who revealed her thoughts by saying that ‘I do not want a vacation, I do not want a vacation.’ However, the rumor about season 13 remains in the air as season 12 of the show ended with a good storyline, and the ending was appropriate. If there is any news regarding the renewal of the show, we will update that for you.