Nine seasons later, the series The Big Bang Theory continues to beat across the planet and necessarily the salary of the major players has steadily increased up to insane amounts.

The series that transformed geeks cool guys that make us want to know more about the molecular structure and to understand quantum physics still prances level hearings in the United States. Airing on the island chain CBS, The Big Bang Theory met weekly over 15 million viewers.

And inevitably, the three leading actors of the series have seen their wages increase at the pace of hearings. Kaley Cuoco, who plays the neighbor Penny, Johnny Galecki who plays Leonard and Jim Parsons, who plays Sheldon each earn one million dollars for each shot episode. The rest of the cast also benefits more than comfortable amounts but actress Mayim Bialik, who lends his face to the character of Amy looks a little more critical at this display of money.

In an interview with the New York Daily News, Mayim Bialik, who earns 100,000 dollars per episode, Yes, ten times less than his colleagues said: "I do not touch as much money as people think. I don't really think the money. I am an employed actress and we're all overpaid. I'm lucky to have a job". At this pace, it can certainly also reach one million per episode for the twenty-seventh season in 2034. Fingers crossed.