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Our Favorite sitcom will be back very soon! CBS’ studio has made an announcement that said that they had reached contract deals with the full cast.
Its production will begin this very day for the upcoming 2014-15 season. It was confirmed by Warner Bros. Television in a statement released to FOX411 on Tuesday, August 5.
The making of the eighth season has been delayed several times as the cast of the show wanted significant raises. Now, agreements have been reached with sitcom’s stars Jim Parsons, Johnny Galecki and Kaley Cuoco for a three-year contract that will pocket in an estimated $1 million per episode for each of them.
Before this agreement, reportedly they were earning $325,000 per episode.
Warner Bros. declined to comment on details. The agreement is in place with all the other actors, including Simon Helberg and Kunal Nayyar, as the studio confirmed.
The beloved showed about nerdy scientist friends and a hot blonde neighbor who tries to fit I returns on September 22.
Despite arguably not being as big a pop cultural talking point as other shows alike, The Big Bang Theory is one of the most watched shows in the US, topping the list, attracting an average audience of 23.1 million in 2013-2014.
This deal puts the cast in line with that of ‘Friends’, who reportedly earned a similar amount by the time the much-loved show reached its final season.