'Big Bang Theory's' Simon Helberg Talks Possible End of TV Series and How His Character Should Go Out

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Simon Helberg's run as the socially awkward Howard Wolowitz on BIG BANG THEORY may be coming to an end with season 10 if CBS doesn't renew the hit show. So how would the actor like to see his character go out? CineMovie talked to him about it in Miami while promoting his latest project, FLORENCE FOSTER JENKINS.

BIG BANG THEORY premiered in 2007, and the hit CBS show has been a constant ratings winner ever since, but the show is up for renewal after season 10 and there's speculation it may be wrapping up if CBS doesn't re-up their contract. However, Helberg indicates it may not be the end of the CBS sitcom but nevertheless he has an idea on what the future holds for Howard. As they say, if the money is right, all the key players would return for more seasons of BIG BANG THEORY.

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