The three main cast members of the hit CBS sitcom The Big Bang Theory have officially entered contract renewal negotiations according to CBS president Glenn Geller.
“We are in negotiations, but it is definitely business as usual,” Geller told Variety Monday at the Television Critics Association winter press tour earlier today. “We are guardedly optimistic that we will make a deal.”
While Geller revealed that there is currently no timetable in place regarding negotiations with Johnny Galecki, Jim Parsons and Kaley Cuoco, he assured press that they want everyone back past Season 10. “We want to get them all back. That’s the goal.”
In 2014, the three stars secured contracts for $1-Million per episode for three 24-episode seasons.
The Big Bang Theory is currently the top rated sitcom on television. Its Season 10 premiere drew 21.5-Million total viewers earlier this year. The series has generated more than $1-Billion since its 2011 debut in off-network syndication outside of CBS.
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