The Big Bang Theory has been renewed for two more years

Wednesday, 22 Mar, 2017

Fans of "The Big Bang Theory" are excited, now that the good news has been confirmed, the show got a huge renewal for seasons 11 and 12.

Yup, The Big Bang Theory has been renewed yet again, this time for two more seasons. Television has given a greenlight to two more years of The Big Bang Theory.

Jim Parsons, Johnny Galecki, Kaley Cuoco, Kunal Nayyar and Simon Helberg reached an agreement last month, thus allowing for what is now expected to be the sitcom's final two seasons. The series will star Iain Armitage, of Big Little Lies, as a younger version of Sheldon. It was reported before that Bialik and Rauch were only earning $175,000 per episode and seeing that they are essential to the series, have re-negotiated for a better salary. Rauch and Bialik, are now earning between $175,000 and $200,000 per episode.

The show has earned Warner Bros TV more than $1 billion in revenue, which leaves no doubt as to why they want it to keep on going. Their contracts end at the conclusion of the current season. It is possible that they are holding out for better pay deals to bring them more in line with their fellow The Big Bang Theory co-stars, as the BBC reports. The show has been getting consistent numbers of audience, which is the reason the show remains at the number one spot.

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Bialik and Rauch are now instrumental to the series as Bialik's Amy is Sheldon's girlfriend and Rauch's Bernadette is married to Howard.

Now in its 10th season, The Big Bang Theory remains massively popular.

CBS will also premiere a prequel, Young Sheldon, next year about the character as a 9-year-old.

"The Big Bang Theory" has been on the air since 2007.