Stars Of ‘The Big Bang Theory’ Sign New Deals, Get Big Raises
America's favorite sitcom will go on for at least three more years. Production on "The Big Bang Theory'' was delayed for about a week while Warner Brothers Television negotiated new contracts with principal actors Jim Parsons, Johnny Galecki, and Kaley Cuoco. It's speculated the trio received a hefty pay raise from a reported $325,000 per episode to something in the neighborhood of 1 million, and a heftier share of syndication revenues. Production of new episodes was put on hold for about a week, while the contracts were being finalized. Thehollywoodreporter.com reports, Kunal Nayyar (Raj), and Simon Helberg (Howard) are still finalizing their new deals.