"The Big Bang Theory" season 10 may be the last for the series. However, it has been revealed that the cast does not want the show to end.
Express reported that "The Big Bang Theory" season 10 cast Kunal Nayyar, who portrays Raj in the sitcom, appeared on "This Morning" along with "The Spoils" co-star Jesse Eisenberg. The 35-year-old actor was asked by hosts Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby whether the comedy TV show would be ending soon.
"It's very rare now for a television show to be on this long," Nayyar replied. "To be one of the last network shows in America, a sitcom, to have that success, all of us realize how lucky we are and we treasure it. We're not sure if there will be another show like this, due to the way the industry is changing. It's special."
There are speculations that "The Big Bang Theory" season 10 would be the final run of the series. Nayyar admitted the possibility of it being the end.
"I don't know to be honest, it could be the end," he noted. "Hopefully it's not. The decisions are not up to us."
According to Digital Spy, Kunal Nayyar and the rest of "The Big Bang Theory" season 10 cast does not want the show to end. The actor also previously revealed that he would continue to take on the role of Rajesh Koothrappali as long as the entire cast would stay on board as well.
"I hope it isn't," he said. "Unanimously, none of us want it to end."
Deadline noted last month that "The Big Bang Theory" season 10 cast would still have Jim Parsons, Johnny Galecki and Kaley Cuoco. The three main stars of the series reportedly receive about $1 million or more per episode.
The publication also revealed that "The Big Bang Theory" season 10 cast would like to continue with the show.