CBS confirms sitcom might be renewed for two more seasons

Amy is clearly furious at Sheldon and to know how the lovebirds will resolve this fight, keep watching The Big Bang Theory every Thursday on CBS Network.

CBS is close to finalizing a new agreement with the stars of "The Big Bang Theory".

CBS Corp. chairman-CEO Leslie Moonves confirmed Wednesday, February 15 during the company's fourth-quarter earnings call that that the network is "very, very close" to a two-season deal.

If the negotiations go smoothly, we may see two seasons fully ordered so there would be about 24 episodes per season. As long as negotiations are smooth between CBS and Warner Bros. Previously, reports had speculated the orders may be shortened to accommodate the cast's growing project commitments and salaries.

The most interesting thing about the negotiations is that Simon Helberg and Kunal Nayyar will now be receiving equal pay, United States dollars 1 million per episode that Johnny Galecki, Kaley Cuoco, Jim Parsons were already getting.

They have been on a different track than their fellow cast members, though. But as written in CarterMatt, being considerate is not something which Sheldon do and he could pose some pretty serious problems for him and Amy in next episode of "The Big Bang Theory".

The last recorded production cost of the sitcom fell around a whopping $10 million per episode. The series has generated over $1 billion for Warner Bros TV in syndication sales as well.

Two more seasons of "Big Bang Theory" are likely on the way, and remember there's a prequel about Sheldon's younger years planned, so put on your happy faces, peeps.

The new contract is rumoured to earn each of the five main cast members a massive $1 million per episode for the 11th and 12th season of the show.

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