Mayim Bialik thinks it's 'too soon' for a 'Big Bang Theory' reunion but doesn't rule one out in the future
Mayim Bialiktold Insider she hasn't heard anything about a potential "Big Bang Theory" reunion.
- Bialik told Insider it was probably still a little too soon for a reunion.
- The CBS hit comedy ended in May 2019 after 12 seasons.
Fans hoping for a "Big Bang Theory" reunion will probably have to keep waiting, for now.
When asked if anyone has approached star Mayim Bialik for any type of reunion, the actress told Insider, "Look, I think it's still very soon, you know?"
"I haven't heard anything about it," Bialik added, while speaking about her partnership with Neuriva.
The hit CBS comedy ended in 2019 after 12 seasons. Bialik played Dr. Amy Farrah Fowler on the series from season three onward.
If the cast ever returned for a reunion, it wouldn't be a surprise.
HBO Max already has a few reunion specials in the works with the casts of some of its WB-produced series, including "Friends" and "Sex and the City." Though it aired on CBS, "Big Bang Theory" is also a Warner Bros. show.
In March, Bialik's "Big Bang Theory" costar Kaley Cuoco told Metro UK she would love to do a reunion, saying she was counting down the days to the "Friends" one.
"I hope that our cast would be down for that sometime in the future. I'm ready for that, anytime," Cuoco said.
Cuoco said she was initially "devastated" to find out the show was ending.
"I couldn't stop crying for days, and then I was really angry," Cuoco told "The Talk" in 2018.
Bialik doesn't seem against a potential reunion at some point, either.
"I just feel really lucky that I get to continue working with Jim Parsons in a producer capacity," Bialik said of working together with her "Big Bang Theory" costar again on her current Fox series, "Call Me Kat."
"I'm at Warner Bros. and a happy Warner Bros. employee," Bialik told Insider. "So if anybody needs me, I'm just right there."
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