The Big Bang Theorys Jim Parsons and Mayim Bialik reunite for new show based on BBC comedy Miranda

In splendid news for fans of The Big Bang Theory, Jim Parsons and Mayim Bialik are reuniting on a new show.

Cue all the Sheldon Cooper and Amy Farrah Fowler lovers going wild right about now.

Even better, its going to be based on the UK show Miranda.

After Big Bang wrapped for good back in May we were all left wondering where these two beloved actors might pop up again.

Turns out, theyd been marinating a little project of their own.

Taking to Instagram this evening, Mayim revealed the exciting news, sharing a selfie alongside Jim.

Well, friends. Heres what Ive been doing and brewing…my friend and co-star, @therealjimparsons, and I are working together again!!! she wrote as we spilled our tea.

The Big Bang Theory's Sheldon and Amy

The Big Bang Theory came to an end in May (Picture: CBS)

He and I are joining to executive produce a show for me to star in based on the BBC show “Miranda.” Its called “Carla” and its been an incredibly windy road to get here. SO worth it.



We could not be more excited to work together and bring you this show which features SO MANY CATS!!!!

Mayim Bialik and Jim Parsons

The pair are now reuniting (Picture: Getty Images for Paley Center)

She continued: Heres us at one of our pitches, uncannily and totally coincidentally dressed like salt and pepper shakers. Link in my bio for all the exciting details!!

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Mayim will star in the show, based on the namesake series created by Miranda Hart for BBC.


Miranda Hart, from Miranda, will also producer (Picture: BBC)

The comedy will revolve around Carla, a 39-year-old woman who struggles against her mother to prove that you cannot have everything you want – and still be happy. Thats why she spent the money her parents set aside for her wedding to open a Cat Café in Louisville, Kentucky.

As you do.

Darlene Hunt will pen the script and exec produce alongside Mayim, Jim, and his husband and producing partner Todd Spiewak, BBC Studios Angie Stephenson and Miranda.

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