The Big Bang Theory Creators Talk Revival
It’s just been four years since The Big Bang Theory finished its run, however fans of the well known CBS sitcom have proactively been wondering if — and even possibly when — a revival of the fan-most loved series could occur. Presently, on schedule for the fifteenth anniversary of the series’ introduction, co-creators Bill Prady and Toss Lorre are opening up about how they see the show’s future — yet it’s something they struggle with imagining. In an interview with Entertainment Week after week, they explained that they feel like the finale was a solid one in terms of closure, making it hard to imagine going forward from that point.
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“I realize that individuals in all actuality do get characters for reunions and that’s what things like,” Prady said. “Be that as it may, it’s difficult to imagine what you would see after the finale because I found the finale was just perhaps of the most lovely and satisfying episode. The closure it brought was astonishing. It’s difficult to imagine reopening the story.”
“I don’t think we left anything scattered,” Lorre added. “That was as close to an ideal finale as we could have ever longed for doing, I cherished it.”
In any case, despite the fact that they aren’t sure precisely the way in which they’d make a revival work, that doesn’t mean they aren’t available to it. Prady said he’d very much want to bring the characters back together.
“Might I want to stand on a stage someplace and watch those characters again? Yes, absolutely,” Prady said. “Might I at any point imagine a method for doing it? I can’t. However, personally, might I want to go to Stage 25 and see that set and those costumes and those individuals? Better believe it, I get broken down just thinking about it. In any case, I don’t have any idea how we’d do that.”
The cast of The Big Bang Theory themselves has said that they aren’t necessarily opposed to some sort of get-together or revival as well, however for them it’s a question of timing. Kunal Nayyar, who played Raj Koothrappali on the series, told ComicBook.com last year that a get-together in the future may be something to consider.
“So, when I’m 60 years old, assuming that television still exists,” Nayyar said. “To be honest, that was a truly great a great time and presently I’m enjoying other endeavors as well. What’s more, if that somehow managed to occur, then it’s in the universe’s hands yet at present, I’m just enjoying spending time with them.”
Kaley Cuoco had similar comments as well.
“I think in a couple of years or at whatever point anybody’s available to it, I definitely would be down for that,” Cuoco said. “It was a groundbreaking encounter for us all, and it’d be perfect to do that for the fans, too, because we had such an amazing fan base that stuck with us for so lengthy.”