*CORRECTION: This article originally asserted that "The Big Bang Theory" creator Bill Prady wanted fans to stop sharing Season 9 spoilers online altogether. International Business Times was made aware that the intent of Prady's tweets was to ask fans to refrain from specifically tweeting him or including him in discussions about episodes that have not yet aired. The article has been updated to reflect this.

"The Big Bang Theory" creator Bill Prady has no problem with loyal viewers getting excited about what will happen in the show's upcoming ninth season, but he would prefer if people would stop bothering him with spoilers. The executive producer took to Twitter Wednesday to urge fans to stop tweeting him their commentary about new, unaired episodes.

Season 9 of "The Big Bang Theory" is currently filming, and, apparently, fans in the audience of the show's live tapings have been sharing some of the season's twists and turns online. Prady, frustrated by many comments and critiques from fans privy to some of Season 9's secrets, took to Twitter to ask fans not to pull him into discussions about events that have not yet aired. 

Prady later clarified that he welcomes all opinions on the show, as long as they pertain to episodes that have aired for the general public on CBS.

As far as spoiler chats go, there is a lot to talk about with "The Big Bang Theory." The Season 8 finale  ended things on some major cliff-hangers in the romantic lives of several of its characters. 

Sheldon (Jim Parsons) was dumped by Amy (Mayim Bialik) after a fight stemming from his interrupting their making out to have a conversation about the CW's show "The Flash." Amy decided she needed some space, but the timing could not have been worse. Fans saw Sheldon with a ring and realized he was just about to propose to his longtime girlfriend.

Meanwhile, Leonard (Johnny Galecki) confessed to Penny (Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting) that he had kissed someone else a while back. He wanted to have no secrets going into their marriage, but the confession had Penny doubting Leonard's commitment. With the show teasing the appearance of the girl behind the mystery kiss in Season 9, it appears the issue will come up again in the new episodes. 

How will it all play out? Fans, well, most fans, will have to wait to find out. Season 9 of "The Big Bang Theory" premieres on CBS on Sept. 21.