CBS open to The Big Bang Theory season 13 and beyond

Esequiel Farfan
May 17, 2018

"With performance like that, "we are hopeful that there will be more" seasons of Big Bang beyond the upcoming 12th", Kahl said.

Despite CBS' popular sitcom The Big Bang Theory approaching its 12th season, the last of the series' current two-season pickup and two-year deals for its cast, the show isn't showing signs of stopping. And that doesn't even include the (surely killer) ratings from Amy (Mayim Bialik) and Sheldon's (Jim Parsons) wedding, which could put the show up season over season. It is now the biggest comedy on TV, having been briefly outpaced by Roseanne earlier this year.

It sounds like CBS wants The Big Bang Theory to go until the scientists are at retirement age. Season 11 just wrapped up, and on Wednesday the network revealed their schedule for the fall. "As long as Chuck [Lorre, series' creator] and his team have stories to tell, we will take the show for as long as they want to go".

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Of course, with numbers like that and an avid fan following, Kahl was in full support of future seasons beyond the guaranteed 12 - the show and actors signed on for a two-year contract one year ago. "We can take a few more seasons". TV, which means they would have to negotiate all new contracts for the series' cast at the end of season 12.

"The only manner in which the cast has discussed wrapping [The Big Bang Theory] has been that we're all going to be very sad when that day comes", Galecki said during the Television Critics Association winter press tour (via TVLine).

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