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Exciting things are in store for all the characters in “Big Bang Theory” Season 11. CBS

Kaley Cuoco recently revealed that she already has the script for “Big Bang Theory” Season 11, episode 1.

On her Instagram account, the actress shared a photo of her Season 11 premiere episode script which has her name, as well as her character’s name, on it. In the series, Cuoco plays the role of Penny, who tied the knot with longtime beau and neighbor Leonard (Johnny Galecki) in Season 9. They are no longer living with Sheldon (Jim Parsons) in their apartment after the latter moved out, but they welcomed Raj (Kunal Nayyar) into their home after the latter’s dad stopped giving him financial support.

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Unfortunately, no other details about the first episode of “Big Bang Theory” Season 11 have been revealed in Cuoco’s recent post. The actress purposely covered the episode title and the names of the directors and writers with a Rubik’s cube.

But during an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, showrunner Steve Molaro said that there’s plenty of things in store for the characters in Seasons 11 and 12. CBS renewed the sitcom for two more seasons after contract negotiations were finalized earlier this year. When asked if Season 12 will be the end of “Big Bang Theory,” Molaro admitted that he doesn’t really know for sure.

“I have no idea. There was a time when 10 could have been the end and now we’re lucky enough to have two more years to do this as a family and all we can do is focus on what’s in front of us and try to make it as good as we can,” he said.

In the finale episode for Season 10, Sheldon (Jim Parsons) decided to propose to Amy (Mayim Bialik). Even though the storyline was already floating in the writers’ room since Season 9, Molaro is still unsure whether or not Amy will give Sheldon a resounding yes. The showrunner is also unsure about whether a Sheldon-Amy wedding in Season 12 would be the perfect finale for “Big Bang Theory.”

“I don’t know. I don’t want to think about the series finale because it’s too emotional for me. Time will tell,” he said.

“Big Bang Theory” Season 11 will premiere on CBS on Sept. 25 at 8 p.m. EST.