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Published On: Mon, Aug 19th, 2013

Johnny Galecki confirms future beyond ‘Big Bang Theory’ season 7

The Big Bang Theory could continue for many more seasons, star Johnny Galecki has claimed.

The popular CBS sitcom has been renewed through its seventh run, but Galecki , who plays Leonard, has said that the show has not “told half the stories” that it could.

Sheldon Leonard and Raj Big Bang Theory photo“When you hear something like season seven, that puts it in a very surreal perspective,” The Hollywood Reporter quotes him as saying. “Shows that get that opportunity are those iconic, legendary shows.

“Not to make any predictions whatsoever, but as far as the lifeline of most shows, the seventh year, you’re past the halfway mark.

“[But] I personally don’t feel like we’ve told half the stories that these characters have to tell. It doesn’t feel to me like we’re halfway through.”

Kaley Cuoco, who plays Penny, previously told Digital Spy that she would like The Big Bang Theory to hit the ten-year mark.

“I’d like to reach the big ten – I think that would be amazing,” she said. “If people want to keep watching us, I can see no reason why it wouldn’t happen.”

The Big Bang Theory‘s seventh season begins on September 26 on CBS.

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