'The Big Bang Theory' Season 11 Still Likely; Jim Parsons Drops Reasons For The Show To Come Back
There is only one more episode left before "The Big Bang Theory" closes its curtains for its season 10, and fans are worried that it might not return for season 11 anymore. One of the Big 3 though of "TBBT" has recently given hope among fans as he said that he and the other lead stars of the show are very much willing to come back for "The Big Bang Theory" season 11.
There have been a lot of speculations regarding the fate of the award-winning show, "The Big Bang Theory," but avid fans keep hoping that the show will still be renewed. There have been talks that the show grew big enough that the stars of the show are already demanding for a $1million-per-episode contract which is reportedly heavy for the show's budget. While this has remained to be the biggest possible obstacle for the show's renewal, Jim Parsons has recently eased the worries of the fans as he said that he will absolutely join the show if it will be renewed.
In a recent interview, Parsons, who plays the character of Sheldon, said that he will be shocked if the show will not be renewed. Being the show's highest earner, along with Kaley Cuoco and Johnny Galecki, he said that he and the others will still be in the show and that they too are being optimistic about the show's future.
There are also other indications that the "The Big Bang Theory" season 11 is still likely as CBS president, Glenn Geller, said that the production is negotiating with the agents of the casts renewing their contract renewal. This concerns the Big 3 of the show: Parsons, Cuoco, and Galecki. There are reports that the production is asking for a more modest deal with regards to their salaries as each of them are asking for the million paychecks per episode.
Following this, the president said that they are confident that they can close the deal, and fans might see another installment in September. Also, EP Chuck Lorre already confirmed last January that the show will not end with season 10. Fans though are asking if he means a possible season 11 or if the show will shift to the "TBBT" spinoff.
Since fans are already starting to hear the answers that they want for the future of "The Big Bang Theory," theories on the possible plot of season 11 are already starting to surface. According to fan theories, season 11 might see Amy's parents meeting with Sheldon and their friends. Howard and Bernadette, on the other hand, will start their family journey. The wedding of Amy and Sheldon is also being requested by the fandom.
CBS is firm that "The Big Bang Theory" is not yet canceled. Whether it will come back this year or in 2018 is still up though to the on-going negotiations between the producers and the stars.
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