THE Big Bang Theory's Mayim Bialik has opened up about her friendships with co-stars Jim Parsons and Kaley Cuoco during a recent Q&A.

The actress – who played Amy Farrah Fowler on the American sitcom from 2010 until 2019 – has lifted the lid on who she is still pals with from the show after they wrapped up the final season last year.

After being on the show a nine years, the bond between co-stars are bound to be very close.

During her time as the neuroscientist and Sheldon Cooper's love interest, Mayim became very close with Jim Parsons (Sheldon Cooper) and Kaley Cuoco (Penny) – and fans wanted to know if they were still on speaking terms.

Mayim was grilled on during a recent Q&A, where fans one fan asked if she was still friends with Kaley.

She answered: "Well, we worked together for nine years.

"And I went to her wedding and celebrated things with her. I'd say we're friends."

The next co-star that she was quizzed about was her on-screen lover.

Mayim replied: "Yeah. Jim Parsons and I check in with each other in life.

"We're working together on this new show we're producing together.

"I've been to life events and know his family and yeah, we're friends."

The two clearly created a tight bond during their time together during their stint on the popular series as they've joined forces to create an upcoming American comedy television series based on Miranda Hart's Miranda – Call Me Kat.

Miyam will start in the new show as the main character and will also be producing it alongside Jim.

During the same Q&A, one fan asked: "What is Mayim Bialik's new show?"

She replied: "Glad you asked. Jim Parsons and I are producing a show called Call Me Kat.

"It's about a very unusual woman who does not have it all but is still happy."

There are a number of famous faces that are rumoured to be joining the cast including Julian Grant as Carter and Cheyenne Jackson as Max.

Leslie Jordan, Swoosie Kurtz and Kyla Pratt will also star in the Fox series.

The Big Bang Theory is available to stream on Netflix UK.

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