Here comes a piece of good news for fans of The Big Bang Theory. Fans might soon get to hear an official announcement about The Big Bang Theory Season 11 since CBS is willing to keep the show running longer.
The Big Bang Theory Season 10 has yet to premiere, but there are already some rumors that the upcoming installment could be the last for the American television sitcom. However, fans can now breathe a sigh of relief since CBS boss Glenn Geller seems very hopeful about the show’s continuation. At the 2016 TCA Summer Press Tour, he told reporters:
“We are very confident that everyone involved wants more Big Bang past year 10 and I know Warner Bros. will make those deals.” He added: “We’ll put it on for as long as everyone wants Big Bang on the air. I hope it lasts forever.”
Geller also assured that there is no timetable for when The Big Bang Theory’s future would be announced, according to CBS News.
The Big Bang Theory is one of TV’s highest-rated shows right now. The latest season of the comedy series has positioned itself in No. 2 with an average of 20.36 million viewers. In 2014, the show was picked up for three additional season renewals. Along with the renewal, the three leads of The Big Bang Theory were also reported to have signed new contracts with the channel worth $1 million per episode.
Going by the burgeoning success of the show, fans can stay confident about The Big Bang Theory Season 11.
The Big Bang Theory follows the story of a group of brainiacs. The show leads are played by Simon Helberg, Jim Parsons, Kunal Nayyar, Melissa Rauch, Johnny Galecki, Mayim Bialik and Kaley Cuoco,
The Big Bang Theory Season 10 is coming back at 8 p.m. EDT on Monday, Sept. 19. Then it will move to its regular airing at 8 p.m. EDT Thursday slot on Oct. 27.