Nov 25, 2016 04:00 AM EST

‘The Big Bang Theory’ News and Updates: Kaley Cuoco Is Set To Leave The Show! Will Season 11 Continue Next Year?

"The Big Bang Theory" is indeed one of the most popular American TV series of all time. Since its premiere on September 24, 2007, the show has always been successful at getting a remarkably great number of viewers and fans, and next to its consistently high rating is the fact that the endorsements for both the casts and the show itself are overwhelming. Aside from the fame that the show receives, the main casts are also one of the highest paid actors in a TV series.A report from the Morning News USA, says that lead stars Jim Parsons, Kaley Cuoco and Johnny Galecki are already making $1 million dollars each, while Kunnal Nayar and Simon Helberg make $900,000 each.

This year, the show is already on its tenth season with all the lead actors intact. However, word has been spreading around one of the lead stars of the show, Kaley Cuoco (Penny). On a report by Enstarz, Kaley revealed that she will soon be marrying her current boyfriend, Karl Cook. In an interview during her Women's Health magazine photoshoot, Kaley said she still has not shunned the idea of marriage despite the unsuccessful relationship with her ex-husband Ryan Sweeting. Alongside this news, the actress also expressed her desire to build a family of her own, which led the people to conclude that Penny might no longer be on the eleventh season.

With contracts to end before season 11, negotiations on pay rise, and speculations circulating some of the lead stars, it seems that the show still cannot tell exactly what would happen on the next season. However, the show's boss Steve Molaro is still keeping the positive vibe saying that all they can do right now is to keep moving forward with the cast and crew for season 10.

Despite the speculations, there is still no confirmation about Kaley's diversion from the show so the big fans can still hope to see Penny in season 11. Want to know more about TBBT news and updates? Check out a recent report by Jobs & Hire.

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