Why Chuck Lorre Is So Relaxed About ‘The Big Bang Theory’ Series Finale

Why Chuck Lorre Is So Relaxed About ‘The Big Bang Theory’ Series Finale
On Thursday, “The Big Bang Theory” will end its 12-year run, and perhaps nobody is calmer about it than its co-creator, Chuck Lorre.

“You can almost guarantee that a large percentage of the audience will hate what you do no matter what you do,” Lorre told TheWrap. “So you can basically relax about how it’s going to be received.”

Lorre certainly isn’t new to this, having either created or co-created eight different sitcoms, including “Two and a Half Men,” “Dharma & Greg,” Grace Under Fire,” “Mike & Molly,” “Mom” and “Big Bang Theory” spinoff, “Young Sheldon.” He’ll have yet another new sitcom next season with “Bob (Hearts) Abishola,” which will air on CBS. “People’s expectations are their expectations, and some people will like what you’ve done and how you brought the show in for a landing and others will not,” he continued. “That’s just built into the equation.
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