In the next few months, we’re expecting to see some exciting Cyberpunk showrunners join the cast of Cyberpunk 2077, which is being produced by the same group that is developing the CBS sci-fi series The Big Bang Theory.
One of the show’s producers, Andrew Rovinsky, tweeted today that he was “very excited to have the honor of working with [The Big Bang] to bring this new series to life!”
Cyberpunk was a hit in the early 2000s, with shows like Babylon 5 and Babylon 5: The Next Generation.
The series’ writers, Matt Fraction and Alex Kurtzman, were behind several episodes of the CBS hit series, which premiered in 2002.
Cyberpunk’s success led to several spinoffs, including Cyberpunk 2020, which was cancelled in 2004.
Rovinski was previously attached to the series.
He said in a recent interview with IGN that he is working with “a couple of great directors” on the show, and that the series is “a big part of our future.”
Cyberpunk has been in development for nearly a decade now, but its fate is still up in the air.
There’s been no official announcement as to whether it’ll return, but Rovinskins tweet mentions that the network is “looking forward to working with the showrunners again.”
He added that the show “has many years ahead of it.”
Cyberpunks will be making their first appearance in the upcoming episodes of The Big Bash League, a CBS reality series that features a team of professional cricketers, including Chris Gayle, Mark Waugh, and Joe Root.