The Big Bang Theory actors have taped their final episode. After completing the finale, the cast walked a red carpet to share their thoughts on what being on the iconic show has meant to them.
In the above video, some of the show’s cast members talk about their experience working on the huge CBS hit show for so many years.
“It feels really overwhelming and powerful,” says Mayim Bialik (Amy). “To have an end to any run in Hollywood is difficult but to have one hovering around a decade is significant.”
“It’s been a massive chapter of my life,” says Simon Helberg (Howard). “All of our lives have changed dramatically. It’s an unbelieve moment.”
“There are no words to explain how overwhelmed I am with gratitude for this entire experience,” says Melissa Rauch (Bernadette).
“It’s a show grandparents and kids can watch together,” added Kunal Nayyar (Raj).
“It will be a long time if not a lifetime of sorting out exactly what this meant to me,” says Jim Parsons, an Emmy-winner, for his role as Sheldon.
The finale is phenomenal,” previews Kaley Cuoco (Penny). “I’m proud that we made it this far. I’ll owe everything I do to The Big Bang Theory.”
The Big Bang Theory airs Thursdays on CBS at 8 p.m. Check local listings for air times.