Jim Parsons Reflects On Making Big Bang Theory Co-Stars ‘Feel Bad’ With Exit, Says He Didn’t Know Show Would End

Although it’s been three years since The Big Bang Theory ended, the show is very much still alive, and not just in the form of streaming. There is now an oral history from Jessica Radloff titled The Big Bang Theory: The Definitive, Inside Story of the Epic Hit, and the book shares behind-the-scenes secrets of the CBS sitcom. Now, after some comments from his former co-stars in the book, Jim Parsons reflects on making them feel bad with his decision to leave the series.

Jim Parsons has been open before about deciding when it was time to leave The Big Bang Theory, and the decision ultimately led to the end of the beloved series. In the oral history, Kaley Cuoco and Johnny Galecki recounted what it was like when they found out, as they had thought that the meeting would be about renegotiating another season and were shocked when they found out it wasn’t.

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