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"I think there are a few things that people ask about a lot that I think are going to make great stories next season. There's a few things that I think, for us, are just part of the mystery of the show that we'll probably never touch," Holland told ahead of the season 11 finale, which certainly sounds to us like they're building to an endgame for the show.

If it was up to CBS though, The Big Bang Theory wouldn't be ending anytime soon. "We are hopeful there will be more. We would certainly hope to get a few more years out of it," CBS entertainment president Kelly Kahl explained back in May .

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The issue facing CBS though is that the cast's contracts are up after season 12, meaning that it's not just a case of saying they want to renew the show and it happening.

Jim Parsons, Kaley Cuoco, Johnny Galecki, Simon Helberg and Kunal Nayyar have all been on the show since the beginning, while Melissa Rauch and Mayim Bialik started in season three, which is still almost a decade ago. So there's a chance that all of them – or some of them, at least – will want to go onto new things.

"I mean, no-one wants to see an old, fat Raj. I don't know if season 12's going to be the last season – those decisions are not up to me – but I do know for a fact that we have less [episodes to come] than we've already had," Nayyar told Digital Spy last year .

"I'm not saying it's the end after season 12, but we know that this incredible, special thing is going to come to an end, and sooner rather than later. So I think all of us [in the cast] are at least beginning to feel a little bit nostalgic about the time we've had."

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: "It's really getting into a very individual state, of how does everybody feel, and whatever. And that includes the writers, who we've not had some major discussion with yet."

In a rarity for a long-running show, it certainly seems that the cast enjoy working together and don't have any major issues with each other, so it could well be that everyone will choose to sign on for a season 13 if CBS orders it. But maybe once discussions start about whether or not season 12 is the end, the cast will choose to end the show at the top of its game, rather than risk dragging it out.

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has been a success in its own right, having been renewed for a second season . While it might not yet be pulling in the audience of almost 20 million an episode that The Big Bang Theory does, season one of Young Sheldon still managed more than 11 million an episode – which most sitcoms would kill for.

The first half of his career focused on third party recruiting, including building a successful RPO business. For the last 10 years, he has built best-in-class talent acquisition centers of excellence for global companies (Barnes Group, The Schwan Food Company, Bissell, Spectrum Health). He is globally recognized for building differentiated hiring processes based on the quality of results, achieved through efficiency, technology, and scientific analysis of metrics and datum. In 2015 he and his team at Spectrum were recognized as the Best Large Recruiting Organization by ERE. He is frequent speaker and writer and very active in the global TA community as a mentor

Chris Hoyt

President and Co-owner CareerXroads

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Chris Hoyt

President and Co-owner CareerXroads

A 20-year veteran of recruiting and HR, Hoyt is also President and Co-owner of CareerXroads, a Recruiting/Staffing consulting and think tank organization that works with corporate leaders from around the world to break out of traditional recruitment practices and push the envelope in an effort to win the ongoing war for top talent. A sought-after speaker, Hoyt has presented at national conferences including SHRM, LinkedIn, HR Technology and others in the USA as well as iRecruit, Australasian Talent Conference and more abroad.

Martin Ford

Author

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Martin Ford

Author

Martin Ford is a futurist focused on the implications of artificial intelligence and a New York Times bestselling author. His book “Rise of the Robots: Technology and the Threat of a Jobless Future” won the 2015 Financial Times/McKinsey Business Book of the Year Award and has been translated into over 20 languages.

Martin has a new book slated for release in late 2018 that will consist of deep conversations about the future of artificial intelligence with the world’s leading AI researchers and thinkers.

He has written about future technology and its implications for publications including The New York Times, Fortune, Forbes, The Atlantic, The Washington Post, Harvard Business Review, The Guardian and The Financial Times. He has also appeared on numerous radio and television shows, including NPR, CNBC, CNN, MSNBC and PBS. Martin is a frequent keynote speaker on the subject of accelerating progress in robotics and artificial intelligence—and what these advances mean for the economy, job market and society of the future. He was a speaker on the main stage at the 2017 TED Conference.

Juan Luis Betancourt

CEO Humantelligence

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Juan Luis Betancourt

CEO Humantelligence

Juan Luis Betancourt is the CEO of Humantelligence, the world’s leading A.I. software for recruiting. For a decade, he was a Partner at Korn/Ferry International and Heidrick Struggles, and CEO/Founder of his own successful executive recruiting firm, Gonza Executive Search. Previously, he had a global career as a general manager in the USA, France, Germany, Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, and Dubai. He also worked at Siebel Systems (now Oracle CRM)and at Procter Gamble. While at Puma AG, as CMO Chief Strategy Officer, he was responsible for re-launching the Puma sports brand globally in the late 90s, one of the most successful consumer brand turnarounds in the past 20 years. While in retail, Juan was CEO of the US division of Décathlon, the world’s largest sports retailer and second-largest sporting goods manufacturer, as well as being a member of the executive operating committee, directly overseeing global initiatives that impacted retail operations, product ranges, IT, human resources, merchandising, expansion, real estate, logistics and the supply chain for the $25 billion, 100,000+ employee global retail group. Juan Luis also worked in business development alliances for Siebel Systems (now Oracle CRM), as they grew from $20M to $2.8B in revenue and from 200 to 13,000 employees in just 2.5 years.

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