The Big Bang Theory star Mayim Bialik said she feels "weird" over the popular show nearing an end.

The 42-year-old actress, who plays Dr Amy Farrah Fowler in the hit US show, shared a video with her fans on her YouTube channel.

She said: "It feels really weird. Usually when things end, they end right away. It’s not like, ‘This is gonna end in 23 episodes’.

"So it means that we have a whole season. We have through the end of April to explore what our writers are gonna give us and my first thought was like, ‘Does this mean that, like, crazy things are gonna happen in season 12?’ I don’t know.

"I think that our writers now get to really decide what they want this final season to look like."

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 Bialik revealed her plans after the show ends saying she has a few projects in the pipeline.

"I have other projects that I’m interested in producing. I would like to act again, yes.

"That’s something that I am now actively working on figuring out after April. And I’d be lying if I said that I wasn’t interested in movies. I would love to be in a movie. I’d love for that to happen."

Last week, Chuck Lorre, the executive producer of The Big Bang Theory, has announced the upcoming series of the popular show will be its last.

The Big Bang Theory star Kaley Cuoco recently said she was "drowning in tears" over the news that the global comedy hit will end in 2019.