‘The Big Bang Theory’ Season 11 Cancellation News: Popular Series Might Be Axed Because Of Kaley Cuoco; More Plot Details, Predictions Revealed

By Nikki M. , Updated Nov 30, 2016 11:13 AM EST

Despite making outrageous amounts of money, there are still some persistent rumors that the series is getting canceled after "The Big Bang Theory" Season 11. While this looks a but strange considering the show is still going strong, here are some of the reasons that this rumor could be true.

Number one reason is the fact that Kaley Cuoco, who plays Penny on the show, is still refusing to sign her contract. Reasons stem from the actress wanting to focus on her private life and possibly have a baby. While it may seem ridiculous to turn down that fat per episode paycheck the show runners dangle in front of "The Big Bang Theory" Season 11 cast. Fans should understand that this show has run for 11 seasons now. And counting all those times that Cuoco has been on TV, she has already spent almost half her life doing TV shows.

The problem with this is that Penny is just as integral to the plot as Sheldon Cooper. And without Penny, the show would not have that beautiful dynamics anymore. "The Big Bang Theory" Season 11 will definitely not function well without the stuff that Penny brings.

Another reason that "The Big Bang Theory" Season 11 may be cancelled is the fact that CBS is already planning a spinoff show that will feature a young Sheldon Cooper. A good guess is that the network can already see some cracks in the negotiations with some of its star and maybe ready to move on.

The new show is said to have nothing to do with the other current "The Big Bang Theory" Season 11 stars and would instead be focusing on a young genius teen Sheldon Cooper balancing his life in a small town in Texas. With no bigger paychecks and the possibility of attracting a lot of "The Big Bang Theory" Season 11 fanatics, definitely makes for a salivating alternative.

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