As Young Sheldon continues to rack up solid ratings with each season, Barber says he can partly thank The Big Bang Theory for that success. “I think it’s a jackpot job because we have a lot of advantages that the first shows don’t have and it’s a built in audience that is at least going to try based on the success of the previous show.” Barber told Serienjunkies in an interview.
Barber might also think that this job can be considered a “jackpot” because it is by far the most popular TV series or movie he has been in continuously since he started his career in 2001. appearing in the ambulance. And that doesn’t mean the actor hasn’t been on hit shows like The Comeback and It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia in the past.
On the surface, it’s easy to say that Young Sheldon’s success is largely due to its close ties to the hugely popular Big Bang Theory, but Barber added that he thinks there’s more to it. “Fortunately we have The Big Bang Theory fans, but I think the best thing about the show is that we have fans who have never seen The Big Bang Theory. I think the show stands on its own. And I think it was genius on the part of the creators to do something… make it different and make it standalone,” Barber concluded.
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