Will “The Big Bang Theory” gun up for season 11? Kaley Cuoco hints this is an “expensive question” the management has to answer!
The 30-year-old actress, who has been with the show since its inception in 2007, dropped by “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” and discussed the possibility of “The Big Bang Theory” season 11.
Kaley Cuoco said the reunion of cast after its season 10, is“a very expensive question … for a lot of people.”
According to a report by The Hollywood Reporter, Kaley Cuoco, who plays as Penny in the hit comedy show, is being paid $1 million per show, along with her co-stars John Galecki and Jim Parsons.
The actress starred in 210 out of 212 episodes.
Comicbook noted that their contract will expire in season 10 and if CBS decided to make another season, the trio will likely ask heftier salaries.
“In the event that there was an eleventh season of the show, contracts for the three stars alone would cost well above $72 million of the show’s budget,” the report said.
The actress also talked about her career in “The Big Bang Theory” saying she started in the CBS show very young.
“Ten seasons: It’s a lot of hair,” she told Jimmy Kimmel. “That’s a lot of denim sizes … all my 20s, I went from like hot to like, 30!”
“I was 21 when I started this show … I just cannot believe how much we have all changed.”
“The guys look exactly the same – I’m the only one that’s changed – they’ve worn the same t-shirts this entire time … they don’t care.”
“The Big Bang Theory” season 10 will return to CBS next week Monday at 8pm.