Big Bang Theory contract talks lead to big 1M checks per episode for cast

The Big Bang Theory cast holding out for more money.
The Big Bang Theory cast holding out for more money. (CBS)

Big Bang Theory contract talks have found cast members negotiating for big $1M paychecks for the cast, per episode.

Another sitcom salary record

This new deal will find Jim Parsons, Johnny Galecki and Kaley Cuoco set to earn $1 million per episode for the next three seasons after the Big Bang Theory contract talks.

This Big Bang Theory contract talk will match dollar for dollar the salaries set by the “Friends” cast during their final season.

Before the Big Bang Theory contract talk Parsons, Galecki and Cuoco were paid $350,000 per episode.

Big Bang Theory rumored to run eleven seasons

TV rumors have it that there’s a strong possibility that the series — currently the No. 1 show on television — will be renewed for an 11th season.

Now that the Big Bang Theory contact talks are finished CBS can now begin production on the highly anticipated season eight filming which was previously delayed due to negotiations.

Along with the cast’s salary increases, the stars’ ownership on the show also quadrupled, and they’ve all negotiated signing bonuses, production deals.

It is projected that the cast could each earn between $90 million and $100 million over the next few years.

Now that the Big Bang Theory contract talk is finished the number one show is scheduled to kick off Season 8 on Monday, Sept. 22 at 8/7c on CBS.

What do you think about the new Big Bang Theory contract talks, is this salary in line or extreme?

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