• Cast members of the hit CBS series 'Big Bang Theory' pose at the press room event during the 2016 People's Choice Awards.

Cast members of the hit CBS series 'Big Bang Theory' pose at the press room event during the 2016 People's Choice Awards. (Photo : Getty Images/Jason Merritt)

A high-stakes contract negotiation between CBS, Warner Bros. and the cast members of the hit comedy series "Big Bang Theory" may likely happen. The CBS boss has teased of a potential Season 11 renewal for the show.

Avid viewers of the CBS series "Big Bang Theory" has seen the comedic antics and life struggles of the show's various characters over the past years. However, it has only been picked up for a Season 10 run that will air on the latter part of the year. Although speculations have hinted of a potential Season 11 renewal given the show's popularity. The said topic was discussed during the Television Critics Association's press event held on Wednesday, Aug. 10, according to a report posted on TVLine.

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Glenn Geller, CBS president, stated that the network would want to provide fans more episodes where they can watch the quirky adventures of the show's characters. However, it also depends on the interest and participation of the series' cast members. He even shared his personal belief on how Warner Bros. would likely be open to contract negotiation discussions that would extend the series to another season.

Previous reports have indicated that the current contracts of the show's stars such as Jim Parsons, Kaley Cuoco, Johnny Galecki and more, has only been extended until Season 10. At this time, it still unclear whether the series' cast would be open to renewing their acting deals with the network for future season runs. Both Cuoco and Parsons, as well as Galecki, were said to have signed a $1 million per episode deal for Season 10.

Despite the uncertainty over the show's future, Geller appeared to be confident that cast members would still want to join the series' potential new season. "We are very confident that everyone involved wants more Big Bang past Year 10," he said.

In other news, loyal viewers of the CBS comedy show will soon see a new face when "Big Bang Theory" Season 10 returns to the small screens. "Breaking Bad" star Dean Norris has been confirmed to play an Air Force officer named Captain Williams, TV Guide reported. Norris is expected to appear in some of the upcoming episodes of the new season.

The actor's role is said to be an intimidating character who will interact with Galecki's Leonard and Simon Helberg's Howard. The Air Force captain will try to acquire the two scientists' quantum gyroscope for the military.

"Big Bang Theory" Season 10 will premiere on Sept. 19 on CBS.

Relive some of the funny moments in the series' Season 9 finale episode below: