According to the American site Deadline, Jim Parsons, Johnny Galecki and Kaley Cuoco would receive one million dollars per episode to resume the Sheldon, Leonard and  Penny in the next seasons of The Big Bang Theory.

The wage negotiations relate to their purposes for the heroes of The Big Bang Theory. While it was reported last week that the filming of the eighth season of the hit  CBS series had been postponed because no financial agreement had been reached between the Warner Bros. TV studios (which produced the series, Editor's note) and actors  who demanded a wage increase, it seems that all this is about to settle. According to the American site Deadline, production and actors have reached an agreement.  Indeed, Jim Parsons, Johnny Galecki and Kaley Cuoco would now 1 million dollars per episode to resume Sheldon, Leonard and Penny in seasons 8, 9 and 10 of the comedy.  An increase in size for those who earned $ 350,000 per episode last year.The three actors should pocket almost 90 million dollars over the next three years according  to Deadline.

For now, neither studios nor officials have confirmed these exceptional amounts. According to Deadline, the contract of the stars of the show would leave a door open  for a possible eleventh season. Remains for Warner Bros. the renegotiation of contracts Simon Helberg and Kunal Nayvar, two others historical fiction. Since 2010, the  interpreters of Raj and Howard earned $ 100,000 per episode. Only Melissa Rauch and Mayim Bialik, arrived later in the show, are still under contract and therefore not  parties of renegotiations.

If everything goes in the order, the filming of the eighth season of The Big Bang Theory could begin with only a week's delay. By http://www.boxsetstore.com/the-big-bang-theory-season-7-dvd-boxset.html