'Big Bang Theory' season 8 spoilers: Penny, Leonard wedding won't take place soon

(Photo: REUTERS / Danny Moloshok)Cast members of "The Big Bang Theory" take the stage along with others to end the night wearing cowboy hats in honor of country music singer Glen Campbell during the 22nd annual "A Night at Sardi's" to benefit the Alzheimer's Association at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California, March 26, 2014.

A contract conflict between the network and the lead cast members of 'Big Bang Theory' might have pushed the production of Season 8 a little farther, but details the upcoming season are already out.

According to reports, the anticipated wedding between Leonard and Penny won't be happening anytime soon, in contrary to what fans and viewers believe.

The 7th season of Big Bang Theory ended with Leonard's proposal to Penny, to which of course, Penny said yes. Since the two are engaged, they asked Sheldon to move out of the apartment that he shared with Leonard, causing him to have a personal dilemma.

Though there are still questions about Sheldon's story line or whether or not he left town, Penny's character development will put both Leonard and the ex-waitress in a dilemma. Penny will be busy with a new career, and the marrying Leonard will have to wait.

One of the show's producers revealed during a panel talk in the 2014 Comic-Con in San Diego that though a wedding will definitely happen, it won't unfold right away in the new season.

"A wedding is sometime off in the future. They're not in a rush. Penny's first goal is to put the date far enough in the future so everyone knows for a fact that she's not pregnant," said Big Bang Theory showrunner Steve Molaro, as reported by Entertainment Weekly.

Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting said in an interview with Women's Health magazine that the upcoming wedding is something that her character Penny, would be excited for.

"I think that would be really fun. If I had to guess, Leonard is probably more of the planner than Penny, which would be very funny," Cuoco-Sweeting said.

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