It's halfway through the tenth season of CBS network's fan-favorite sitcom, The Big Bang Theory, or most popularly known as TBBT, but until this time, no official announcement regarding the show's anticipated renewal has been reported.
The popular sitcom debuted its current season on September last year and it is now over halfway through releasing the tenth season's finale episode. Rumors had appeared claiming this might be the show's last season but according to a recent report, the planned renewal are in negotiations this time around.
According to a report from Deadline, cast members of the television show still have no contracts until now. CBS Entertainment President Glenn Geller, the production team, cast and the rest of the crew are still in negotiations with the members of the network.
Geller added that they are experiencing a tough negotiation involving the contracts of each TBBT member, but mentioned that this is normal when it comes to business. He also said that they are positive that they will finish this and come up with a thorough agreement that can benefit them and the viewers as well.
It can be remembered that CBS has signed for a three-season renewal for the show on 2014. It has been speculated by many that a lot will change in the agreements of the actors and the network with this new deal they are still on the process of making, involving the main cast's salaries.
According to a report from Fox News, the main actors of the sitcom has reportedly asked for an additional amount on the salary that they have received each episode of the show. This is the report that has been swirling for a while now, and the source said that the network is doing their job to supply the cast members of what they want.
On 2014, the main cast members, which involves Johnny Galecki, Jim Parsons and Kaley Cuoco, had reportedly negotiated for a million dollar worth of salary on each episode of TBBT. It is still unclear now on how much the actors requested for a salary raise.
"We are very confident that everyone involved wants more 'Big Bang past' year 10 and I know Warner Bros. will make those deals", CBS head Geller stated.