It was rumoured that “The Big Bang Theory” will not go beyond Season 10. Cast members have indicated otherwise. However, it is being speculated whether Jim Parsons’ Dr. Sheldon Cooper will be on Season 11.
If his recent comment is anything to go by, then it will be difficult to imagine “The Big Bang Theory” without Sheldon. According to TV Line, Parsons would like to continue playing Sheldon. However, he wonders at the same time as to what would be a good time to pack his boots. ““I’m trying to imagine when an actor in a good situation would go, ‘I’m out of here!,’ I don’t think it would be between Seasons 10 and 11 — not if things are going well, ” he said.
CBS and Warner Bros are due for negotiations on the new season for their popular sitcom about science-loving friends, reveals Parent Herald. Following the negotiations, they will have to check for the availability of the current cast and crew. They will also have to gauge their desires to extend their contracts.
Kaley Cuoco, who plays Penny on the award-winning show, stated that while everyone would still love to be a part, it will be a bit hard to film Season11. “I think it’s a given that we want to be here. That’s the overall consensus. It might be a sticky road, but if I have anything to do with it, we’d be here for much longer. That’s the goal,” she said reveals Parent Herald.
It won’t be odd if the sitcom is renewed for Season 11. “The Big Bang Theory” has been attracting high viewership ever since its Season 9, indicating that people are still in love with the eccentric cast. According to TV Line, “The Big Bang Theory” attracts 15.7 million weekly viewers on an average and delivers a 3.9 in demo rating, thereby making it a hit comedy show.