The Big Bang Theory bosses reveal shock at Jim Parson’s portrayal of Sheldon in new vid

THE Big Bang Theory's bosses have revealed their shock at Jim Parson’s portrayal of Sheldon in a new video.

The hit CBS sitcom came to an end in May this year after 12 seasons.

In a preview of interviews from the featurette on the show's complete series Blu-ray and DVD set, the actors and showrunners reveal how the sitcom came together and became such a hit.

At one point, Jim's portrayal of Sheldon Cooper is discussed by the Executive Producers, with Chuck Lorre saying: "He was astonishing, I didn't even believe it when that happened.

"I never anticipated the character being the way he crafted it, it was funny, it was touching, it was real."

Bill Prady added: "I said, filled with inexperience and enthusiasm, I said to Chuck: 'That's the guy, that's the guy!'

"And Chuck said 'He's going to break your heart, he's never going to give you that performance again'.

But Jim remained consistent, with another show boss adding: "He was just spot on perfect every time."

Chuck continued: "So you know, when that happens you say 'thank you God', book him and move on."

For his part, Jim, 46, recounted his first experiences of playing the role, saying: "My first impressions, I really liked how they packed all this stuff into these little paragraphs that needed to be worked on and figured out.

"It played like a song, to my ear it did."

Jim starred alongside Johnny Galecki, Kaley Cuoco, Simon Helberg and Kunal Nayyar in the series, which first aired in September 2007.

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