One more season and it?s all over. It appears that we should start to ready ourselves and hold in our emotions as we bid goodbye to the much loved TV series The Big Bang Theory.
We have previously reported that the series nears its closing after speculations have circulated that it will end after the tenth installment. It should be remembered that The Big Bang Theory has been on the small screens for nine years already and it will definitely be painful to watch it end after the 10th season.
Rumors revealed that Kaely Cuoco and Johnny Galecki are about to end their contracts with the TV series after the 10th season and this is presumed to be one of the reasons why CBS will not extend the show for further installments.
Kunal Nayyar has previously bared to Cinema Blend that after the upcoming season, The Big Bang Theory will have a break, after which the show producers will decide whether to push for another installment or not. According to Nayyar, the fate of the series lies on the negotiations that will take place during the said break after season 10.
Should the negotiations turn out to be positive, then Cuoco and Galecki might be renewing their contacts as well. The two, who portray the role of Penny and Leonard respectively, have been earning a million dollars for each episode.
Cuoco has admitted that she loves the show so much and she wanted to continue it. She said it was her and Galecki?s contracts that are about to end while the rest will still be seen in the show. She even said that she will prove her worth, if given another chance.
It should be noted that financial problems might not be a reason for the show?s end given that it has been previously reported to be earning a big amount of money. While the show is still in limbo, CBS and the series? characters assures everyone that they will still continue to give joy to the fans while it lasts. ?
Meanwhile, it is being speculated that season 10 might revolve around Penny?s life. The ninth installment of the show has highlighted Penny?s career so the next show just might pick off where it left.