The “Big Bang Theory” leads just got their “Friends” money.
Deadline reports that after the first table read was rescheduled several times, CBS has signed Jim Pasons, Kaley Cuoco and Johnny Galecki to new three-year deals.
The three actors will each reportedly earn $1 million per episode, which puts them in the same area as the six stars of “Friends,” which is what they were rumored the be angling for.
With seasons 8 through 10 already picked up by the Eye Network, the stars will reportedly star in 72 more episodes.
That’s not to mention back-end deals that will put their salaries above $90 million over the next three seasons.
Per Deadline, Mayim Bialik and Melissa Rauch have already renegotiated their contracts, leaving Simon Helberg and Kunal Nayyar as the lone potential holdouts.
As it stands, the show is still on track to debut on Monday, September 22 with a full hour, and “TBBT” will likely still be able to reach 24 episodes this season as ordered.
Read more on the deal over at deadline.com!