Tensions exploded following rating disaster in the series' season 11, and that may lead to the show shutting down, according to an entertainment website. Unlike many of CBS' other failed attempts at recapturing the half-hour comedy success of "Big Bang Theory", "Young Sheldon" has become the number 1 new comedy of the season with a 2.4 average rating in the coveted adults 18-49 demographic up until this point.
Thursday belonged to CBS, which saw a triumphant return for The Big Bang Theory.
The show is produced by Chuck Lorre, Steven Molaro, Jim Parsons and Todd Spiewak.
Galecki also briefly addressed his one-episode return to ABC'sRoseanne reboot, where he'll reprise his role as David Healy, adding that negotiations between all parties were "delicate".
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'There were just some politics to be considerate about, ' the CBS star said of his appearance on the ABC sitcom, noting that it was a tad awkward to do so, but he remembered his roots.
"It was probably most unconformable only to me because obviously Big Bang is my home and my family". But I probably wouldn't have been on Big Bang if it hadn't been for Roseanne.
Galecki was at TCA to promote Living Biblically, the upcoming CBS comedy he executive-produces. "If they come back next year to do another eight or nine [episodes], I would love to do more than one [episode]".
The new show's Season 2 pickup is especially exciting news for Parsons, who is now also starring on the network's biggest comedy hit, "The Big Bang Theory".