Since all cast members ended their contracts at the end of season 10, rumors started going around saying the "The Big Bang Theory" season 11 will be canceled. Included among those whose contracts ended were the show's three main stars, Johnny Galecki, Jim Parsons and Kaly Cuoco. But there are reports saying that the three are still negotiating their contracts.
Fans Are Eagerly Waiting For The Resumption Of The Show
Fans are now eagerly waiting for some information regarding "The Big Bang Theory" season 11. These fans feel that they have been waiting for the next installment for ages. They say they are already missing the three main characters of the show presuming that they had already signed up for three more years.
In an Entertainment Weekly interview, Galecki revealed some of his feelings regarding "The Big Bang Theory" season 11. He said that they are talking about the future of the show right now. Galecki added that it appears that the show writers are excited and quite confident that they will be able to write additional content this year.
Fans Have Forwarded Their Reasons For Wanting "The Big Bang Theory" season 11
Meanwhile, fans of the show are clamoring for "The Big Bang Theory" season 11 and have forwarded some reasons why this show should continue and not be canceled. One of the reasons they say is that the show allows them to see the characters come full circle. Only if future episodes are produced could this be possible.
They cite the example of Howard and Bernadette. The two were able to get together because of their common aversion to their mothers. But now that they have their own daughter, the two must have their minds changed. Fans say that they need more of such situations in their personal lives.
Galecki Is Confident That The Show Will Last Longer
In the interview, Galecki was confident that "The Big Bang Theory" season 11 will see the light of day, and that it will last longer. He said that the writers are very eager to write additional episodes. Episode 15 of season 10 is slated for showing on the small screen on Feb. 9, 2017. Catch the video below to get a feel of the show.