The Big Bang Theory Could Be Coming To An End

It looks like the popular sitcom could be meeting it's maker sooner rather than later!

The Big Bang Theory has enjoyed massive success over it's ten seasons but it seems the show may have run it's course.

The main actors in the show are looking for a pay increase despite their 2014 agreement of $1 million per episode. If this is not agreed an 11th season of the show will not go ahead.

People behind the show can't guarantee it's survival with Steve Molaro, the show runner saying the show is living script by script at this stage.

In an interview with the Hollywood Reporter, Molaro said, "All we can do right now is focus on season 10 and go script-by-script, which is what we would be doing anyway".

"As far as I'm concerned, here in the writers' room, it's business as usual: moving forward with the characters and letting them live their lives day by day and feeling out what happens with them.

"We don't really arc out stories too far, and we let things happen organically, and if things catch us by surprise — like Bernadette being pregnant or something like that — if it feels right, we go with it.

"It's more of that and if and when we know something that's actual information that can be helpful [regarding the contracts], we may do something differently, but until then, we're sticking to the game plan."

Molaro also hopes that he will have enough notice for when the show ends so the show can end on a high. 

"The more the better. If I had a couple of episodes of advance warning, I'm confident we could do something meaningful, but hopefully it won't come to that."

Only time will tell!


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