The Big Bang Theory reunion off the cards due to 'legal stuff'

The Big Bang Theory came to an end last May after an incredible 12-year run. And, while many fans are keen to see the likes of Jim Parsons’ Sheldon Cooper and Kaley Cuoco’s Penny back on television screens once more, it looks like a reunion won’t be happening anytime soon.

Speaking exclusively to Metro.co.uk about the possibility of the cast getting back together again, Amy Farrah Fowler star Mayim Bialik disclosed there hasn’t been any talk ‘that she knows of’ regarding a reboot.

‘This aspect of the industry is that everyone does have other jobs and all sorts of other things going on,’ Mayim said.

‘Right now, Jim Parsons and I are producing a show Call Me Kat, so that’s technically where my life is.’

She continued: ‘Again, there’s a lot of legal stuff which is very boring about why shows do have reunions and don’t, but I think it’s probably too soon.’

Despite a reunion of sorts seeming unlikely for the time being, Mayim did say it would be interesting if someone was to make a cartoon of how the beloved Big Bang Theory characters would be coping in quarantine.

‘Maybe someone will do an animated version of how all of these different casts would have coped,’ she pondered, also giving the Friends cast as an example.

Mayim confessed that she hasn’t yet sat down to watch an entire episode of the show from start to finish.

‘I’ve seen snippets on stage when they would show them to the audience but no, I don’t watch myself,’ she told us. ‘I saw pieces [of the last episode] but I was in it, you know?’

The Big Bang Theory is available to stream on Netflix in the UK.

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