The Big Bang Theory Season 12: Start Date at Netflix

 Only a few days ago, the big finale of The Big Bang Theory flickered across the screens. With the end of the 12th season, the story closes to Sheldon and his friends. Who could not see the last episodes on TV, but must not worry. Because the streaming giant Netflix offers the last season also soon in the program. On November 25, 2019, the time had come: ProSieben broadcast the 279th and last episode of The Big Bang Theory. A 13th Season will not be there despite many fan requests. Anyone who missed the episodes and just wants to see them again will soon get the chance. Netflix currently only offers seasons 1 to 11 in the stream. It will not be long before Season 12 is added to the series.
Netflix Germany showed the newest seasons always one year after their ProSieben premiere. Since Season 12 started in January 2019, it should be ready in January or February 2020. If you do not want to wait that long, you can buy the final season from many other vendors. Maxdome and Google Play offer season 12 for 29.99 euros. For Amazon and iTunes, however, it is available for 34.99 euros.
As Entertainment Weekly reported back in August 2018, Sheldon star Jim Parsons is responsible for completing the series with Season 12. He decided against producing a thirteenth season, despite a record $ 1 million deal. Parsons is considered by many to be the undisputed star of the sitcom. Without him, it would have been difficult to continue the sitcom. After numerous Emmys, a Golden Globe and appearances in films, it is probably time for the actor to pursue new goals. Acting colleague Kaley Cuoco was also very emotional about the end of the series. On Instagram she shared an emotional message to all fans and friends:
"This journey is like a dream come true, but life is changing, and no matter how it would have ended, it would have always broken my heart." With tears we promise you the best season ever. "To the fans, our crew, families, Chuck Lorre, Warner Brothers, CBS, and all those who have supported us over the years, thank you, we'll go with a blast. "

Sources: Entertainment Weekly, Instagram

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