Hugs, tears mark taping of final 'Big Bang Theory' episode
BURBANK, Calif. (AP) - Hugs and tears marked the final taping of "The Big Bang Theory," a lovefest for its stars, crew and audience alike.
The studio audience cheered Jim Parsons and other stars of the top-rated TV comedy as they wrapped taping Tuesday on the last episode, No. 279. An emotional Kaley Cuoco, who plays Penny, said the show has touched "so many hearts."
We have done this 278 times. Before every show. For 12 years. Tonight we’ll do it for the last time. pic.twitter.com/5sA2guihQ5— Simon Helberg (@simonhelberg) April 30, 2019
Johnny Galecki, who plays Leonard, called the show's 12-season run "a dream come true for all of us." CBS will air the two-part, hour-long finale Thursday, May 16. It will be paired with "Unraveling the Mystery: A Big Bang Farewell," with Galecki and Cuoco hosting a look back at the show's long run.
Desktop NewsClick to open Continuous News in a sidebar that updates in real-time.
Formal charges pending for pastor who violated statewide ban against large gatherings
Bonnet Carre Spillway may open for record 3rd consecutive year
Central pastor issued court summons for violating ban on large crowds
Gov. John Bel Edwards 'personally startled' by Tuesday COVID-19 case increase
Unemployment benefits expanded to more people