‘Young Sheldon’ renewed for THREE more seasons



CBS has officially renewed the comedy “Young Sheldon” for THREE more seasons, ensuring the series’ continuity for at least seven cycles.

“Under the direction of Chuck Lorre and Steve Molaro, this wonderful cast and talented screenwriters really brought these incredible characters to life,” Kelly Kahl, President of CBS, said in a statement. “’Young Sheldon’ draws a large following and is the centerpiece of Thursday’s comedy lineup. The humor, emotion and heart exhaled by the Cooper family is an undeniable draw to the millions of fans who tune in every week. We’re excited to see what the next three seasons have in store for a slightly older Sheldon and all of the Coopers.

What if #YoungSheldon was a * real * ’90s sitcom? We can only imagine what it would look like, but you don’t have to imagine – we’ve got three more seasons of Young Sheldon! pic.twitter.com/090Me4qOaA

– Young Sheldon (@YoungSheldon) March 30, 2021

Created by Chuck Lorre and Steven Molaro, the series is a spin-off of “The Big Bang Theory”.

In this story we know the childhood of young scientist Sheldon Cooper. The project shows everything referenced in the original series, such as the character’s grandmother and her relationship to her siblings and parents.

The cast includes Iain Armitage, Zoe Perry, Lance Barber, Montana Jordan, Raegan Revord, Jim Parsons and Annie Potts.

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In Brazil, the series is broadcast by Globo Play’s streaming service.

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