‘Big Bang Theory’ Cast
The cast of “The Big Bang Theory” have already returned to the set of Season 11. Pictured: Kunal Nayyar, Kaley Cuoco, Melissa Rauch, Simon Helberg, Mayim Bialik and Johnny Galecki attend the People’s Choice Awards at Microsoft Theater on Jan. 18, 2017 in Los Angeles. Getty Images/Christopher Polk

Kaley Cuoco recently shared a set photo with her male co-stars from “The Big Bang Theory” Season 11.

Cuoco, who plays Penny, returned to the set of the hit CBS sitcom last week. In the latest snap, the actress is standing behind a couch beside Kunal Nayyar and her on-screen partner, Johnny Galecki. Jim Parsons and Simon Helberg are sitting on the couch that is covered in a green cloth. In her caption, Cuoco called her co-stars her brothers.

Even though Cuoco’s female co-stars, Mayim Bialik and Melissa Rauch, are not in the snap, the actresses have already posted photos on their respective social media accounts to welcome Season 11. Bialik, who recently went on a month-long vocal rest, shared a photo of herself standing beside an ice sculpture with “Big Bang Theory” Season 11 on it. The award-winning actress also posed with Helberg and Kevin Sussman in another photo.

On her Grok Nation blog, Bialik confirmed that Season 11 will pick up right where Season 10 left off. Unfortunately, the actress, who plays the role of Amy, has no idea whether or not her character will say “yes” to Sheldon’s (Parsons) proposal.

“And by ‘right where we left off,’ I mean, literally – right where we left off. As in: same set, same body position, same robe for me and barely any makeup… and I needed to get a hair trim to make sure my hair is the same length as it was 3 ½ months ago! So I won’t say more except to say that you definitely get answers in this first episode!” she wrote.

Meanwhile, Rauch posted a photo of what looked like a piece of prop with the words “Big Bang Theory” on it on her Instagram account. The actress, who plays the role of Bernadette, will share plenty of screentime with her husband, Howard (Helberg), and their daughter, Hallie. Unfortunately, the young girl still won’t be shown in the upcoming 24 episodes of “Big Bang Theory” Season 11.

“Big Bang Theory” has been renewed by CBS for Season 12, which will also have a total of 24 episodes. “Big Bang Theory” Season 11 will premiere on CBS on Sept. 25 at 8 p.m. EDT.