Jimmy Kimmel Live: Jim Parsons Creating New Show Based On “Prodigies”

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Jimmy Kimmel Live: Jim Parsons On-Screen Romance

Jim Parsons is best known for his role as Sheldon Cooper on The Big Bang Theory, and he is often cited as the reason for the show’s critical success. In the newest season of the show, Parson’s character Sheldon is in an awkward relationship with Amy, played by Mayim Bialik. Fans of the show have been wondering about their relationship for quite some time and they want to know if it is going to be heating up. Well, Parsons said it could heat up this season but he didn’t want to reveal any details about their romance.

I mean they did hug during the Valentine’s Day episode. Isn’t that enough?

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Jimmy Kimmel Live: Jim Parsons Creating New Show Based On "Prodigies"

Jim Parsons will talk with Jimmy Kimmel about creating a new TV show based on the YouTube show Prodigies, and Ziggy Marley stops by to perform. (Featureflash / Shutterstock.com)

Jimmy Kimmel Live: Jim Parsons Executive Producer

Jim Parsons is stepping behind the scenes this year when he executive produces and creates a new series for TV based on the YouTube program Prodigies. The YouTube series follows exceptionally gifted children as they navigate through life towards limitless opportunities, but at the cost of leaving childhood behind for a bright future.

Parons said he wanted to work on the project after watching just one episode of Prodigies.

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“Spending time with these geniuses, these children, soaring and struggling with their gifts and their talents is inspiring and entertaining in a way that great television is,” Parsons said.

Ziggy Marley: Unlimited Resources Giving Enlightenment

Ziggy Marley is going to be stopping by Jimmy Kimmel Live to perform a song from his latest album but not before talking about his two different organizations to help children all over the world.

His first organization is the Unlimited Resources Giving Enlightenment program which aims to help children all over the world, and his second organization is Little Kids Rock, a nonprofit organization that provides free musical equipment to children who want to learn to play music.

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