According to Chuck Lorre and Steve Molaro with the latest twists in the series The Big Bang Theory, it would seem that the season 10 be the last. Warning spoilers.
The co-creators and showrunners of the series The Big Bang Theory – Chuck Lorre and Steve Molaro – recently met with journalists from The Hollywood Reporter to discuss the future of the CBS comedy. It seems that the season 10 may well be the last.
Indeed, in the current season 9 Leonard (Johnny Galecki) and Penny (Kaley Cuoco) finally marry, while Sheldon (Jim Parsons) and Amy (Mayim Bialik) finally lose their virginity. For their part, Howard (Simon Helberg) and Bernadette (Melissa Rauch) believe them to have children. The series bases are largely transformed. And balance may also.
The Big Bang Theory, Season 9: sex and after?
Legitimately, The Hollywood Reporter has asked showrunners if the next season (the 10 already ordered) could be the last?
“I think so. I can not speak to the future or on behalf of the cast, but it is certainly possible that it goes in this direction”, told Steve Molaro. He continued: “The reality is that, perhaps, the season 10 will be the end point of the series The real answer is that I do not really know All I can do now is go to.. episode to episode and try to do your best. ”
However, Chuck Lorre, weights, “I did not even think to nine seasons and yet here we are” […] “I will not pretend to know how many years it will last, because it is ridiculous to try to guess. The series has already gone beyond my wildest dreams. ” […] “As long as everyone takes pleasure and we make the series we are proud of, it is worth continuing.”