'The Big Bang Theory': Here is what the cast will be doing after the longest-running sitcom wraps for good
Though the cast and crew are still trying to wrap their minds around the news of the show ending, that does not mean that they do not have plans post 'The Big Bang Theory'
The 'Big Bang Theory' is coming to end and, in another few more months, the finale will be done and dusted and the stars will be saying bye to their fans who have been with them on this journey for the last 12 seasons. Though the cast and crew are still trying to wrap their minds around the news of the show ending, that does not mean that they do not have plans post 'Big Bang Theory'.
In a recent interview with Entertainment Tonight, Cuoco revealed that her future after 'TBBT' holds "a lot of horses, apparently a lot of pigs, a lot of bunnies". Cuoco said she is excited about being home with her husband. "My production company [has] a lot of projects on the horizon, so I'm very excited to put on my producer hat and kind of go down that path," she added.
One among those projects happens to be executive producing an American TV show 'The Flight Attendant'. Apart from that, the 'TBBT' star will also be voicing Harley Quinn in DC Universe’s upcoming animated series as well as executive producing it.
Recently, it was revealed via Forbes that the actor who plays the role of Sheldon Cooper on the longest-running sitcom is the highest paid TV actor. He will also be continuing his role on 'Young Sheldon'. According to Deadline, the actor is also in the process of developing a comedy series that is gay-themed and titled 'The Inn Crowd' under his very own production company.
The actor who recently made headlines when he made red carpet debut with his new girlfriend who happens to be half his age has revealed that he will be returning to 'The Conners' as David Healey for two episodes. There is not much news about his future plans apart from this.
Nayyar, who plays the role of Raj Koothrapali on the sitcom, apparently has a lot on his plate right now. According to Metro, he will be starring in a drama film about an orphan in Africa who escapes as a refugee to England titled 'Sweetness In The Belly'.
He is also currently working on a film titled 'Think Like A Dog' and he is also voicing the 'Trolls World Tour' along with Anna Kendrick, Justin Timberlake, James Corden, and Kelly Clarkson.
According to TV Insider, the 42-year-actor who plays the wife of Sheldon Cooper on TBBT has apparently also voiced a new sci-fi film called 'Inspector Chronicles'. She also stars as the B.O.O.T.H. in the comedy alongside Nicholas Brendon.
The actress is currently working on a comedy titled 'Ode to Joy' and a political drama called 'The Laundromat'. The film stars some of Hollywood's biggest stars including Meryl Streep, Gary Oldman, and Antonia Banderas, as well as David Schwimmer and Alex Pettyfer.
While the news of what most of the actors will be up to after the show ends is revealed, it is still not clear what Simon Helberg and Wil Wheeler will be doing after the show wraps for good.