What We Know About Jim Parsons’ New Netflix Project

TVOvermind | 2/17/2019 | Nat Berman
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‘The Big Bang Theory’ has been a huge hit since the sitcom was launched in 2007. The series has now run for twelve seasons, with the final season running between 2018 and 2019. The stars of the CBS sitcom have become household names, and will no doubt continue to have huge careers following the end of the series. Jim Parsons, who has played physicist Sheldon Cooper throughout the series, is already looking ahead and planning the future projects on which he will focus.

The role of Sheldon is the one for which Parsons is best-known. He was nominated for a total of six Emmy Awards for his portrayal of the physicist and, of these, he won four. Parsons also received a nomination for his work on ‘The Normal Heart’, an HBO series.

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Now, he is making the move to behind the camera for his next project as he will work as a producer for an exciting new Netflix series. It is reported that the 45-year-old actor will work alongside Ryan O’Connell, who was a writer for the hit sitcom ‘Will & Grace’.

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Together, they will work on a series consisting of eight episodes that are based on a book written by O’Connell. Titled ‘I’m Special: And Other Lies We Tell Ourselves’, this semi-autobiographical book was published in 2015.

According to reports, O’Connell will also star in the series. The main character is a man who suffers from mild cerebral palsy and who is also gay. This character decides to change his life by rewriting his history. Instead of having cerebral palsy, he claims he was a victim of an accident. Making the decision to change his life story in this way opens up opportunities for new life adventures and these are the focus of the series.

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