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Young Sheldon

Sitcom
  • Seasons

    5
  • Tv Network

    HBO Max
  • Premiere

    25/09/2017

Young Sheldon

Young Sheldon, an American coming-of-age sitcom created by Chuck Lorre and Steven Molaro, for HBO Max, aired for the first time September 25, 2017. Not long after airing, the series picked up for season two, which aired September 24, 2018. After the second season aired, it picked up for a third season, which aired September 26, 2019. The series then picked up for a fourth and a fifth season. Which aired November 5, 2020 and October 7, 2021. Since releasing the fifth season, Young Sheldon picked up for a sixth and seventh season. The sixth season should premiere September 29, 2022. It is unknown what date the seventh season will premiere, though it should be in 2023. Jim Parsons, who is best known for playing Sheldon Cooper on The Big Bang Theory, narrates the series Young Sheldon.

Young Sheldon takes place in the 1980s and the 1990s. This series is a spin-off to the hit TV series The Big Bang Theory. In Young Sheldon, it shows the main character Sheldon Cooper at his high school in Medford, Texas, which is a fictional town. In the first season, he is 9 years old and is already attending high school due to his extreme intelligence. This series shows him trying to find a way to fit in, but it is extremely hard to live a normal life and fit in with his incredible intelligence. Sheldon Cooper ends up graduating high school at the extremely young age of 11 years old and starts attending college full time at a very young age.

After Young Sheldon aired, there has been an outburst of quite positive response from critics. Many have stated that this series is very refreshing. And that it accurately shows the life of Sheldon, a very smart beyond his years, young boy. Overall critics have absolutely loved it, and have given the cast and plot a lot of praise.

  • Season One

    S1 E22 · Vanilla Ice Cream, Gentlemen Callers, and a Dinette Set
    S1 E21 · Summer Sausage, a Pocket Poncho, and Tony Danza
    S1 E20 · A Dog, a Squirrel, and a Fish Named Fish
    S1 E19 · Gluons, Guacamole, and the Color Purple
    S1 E18 · A Mother, a Child, and a Blue Man’s Backside
    S1 E17 · Jiu-Jitsu, Bubble Wrap, and Yoo-hoo
    S1 E16 · Killer Asteroids, Oklahoma, and a Frizzy Hair Machine
    S1 E15 · Dolomite, Apple Slices, and a Mystery Woman
    S1 E14 · Potato Salad, a Broomstick, and Dad’s Whiskey
    S1 E13 · A Sneeze, Detention and Sissy Spacek
    S1 E12 · A Computer, a Plastic Pony, and a Case of Beer
    S1 E11 · Demons, Sunday School, and Prime Numbers
    S1 E10 · An Eagle Feather, a String Bean, and an Eskimo
    S1 E9 · Spock, Kirk, and Testicular Hernia
    S1 E8 · Cape Canaveral, Shrodinger’s Cat, and Cyndi Lauper’s Hair
    S1 E7 · A Brisket, Voodoo, and Cannonball Run
    S1 E6 · A Patch, a Modem, and a Zantac
    S1 E5 · A Solar Calculator, a Game Ball, and a Cheerleader’s Bosom
    S1 E4 · A Therapist, A Comic Book, and A Breakfast Sausage
    S1 E3 · Poker, Faith, and Eggs
    S1 E2 · Rockets, Communists, and the Dewey Decimal System
    S1 E1 · Pilot
  • Season Two

    S2 E22 · A Swedish Science Thing and the Equation for Toast
    S2 E21 · A Broken Heart and a Crock Monster
    S2 E20 · A Proposal and a Popsicle Stick Cross
    S2 E19 · A Political Campaign and a Candy Land Cheater
    S2 E18 · A Perfect Score and a Bunsen Burner Marshmallow
    S2 E17 · Albert Einstein and the Story of Another Mary
    S2 E16 · A Loaf of Bread and a Grand Old Flag
    S2 E15 · A Math Emergency and Perky Palms
    S2 E14 · David, Goliath and a Yoo-hoo from the Back
    S2 E13 · A Nuclear Reactor and a Boy Called Lovey
    S2 E12 · A Tummy Ache and a Whale of a Metaphor
    S2 E11 · A Race of Superhumans and a Letter to Alf
    S2 E10 · A Stunted Childhood and a Can of Fancy Mixed Nuts
    S2 E9 · Family Dynamics and a Red Fiero
    S2 E8 · An 8-Bit Princess and a Flat Tire Genius
    S2 E7 · Carbon Dating and a Stuffed Raccoon
    S2 E6 · Seven Deadly Sins and a Small Carl Sagan
    S2 E5 · A Research Study and Czechoslovakian Wedding Pastries
    S2 E4 · A Financial Secret and Fish Sauce
    S2 E3 · A Crisis of Faith and Octopus Aliens
    S2 E2 · A Rival Prodigy and Sir Isaac Neutron
    S2 E1 · A High-Pitched Buzz and Training Wheels
  • Season Three

    S3 E21 · A Secret Letter and a Lowly Disc of Processed Meat
    S3 E20 · A Baby Tooth and the Egyptian God of Knowledge
    S3 E19 · A House for Sale and Serious Woman Stuff
    S3 E18 · A Couple Bruised Ribs and a Cereal Box Ghost Detector
    S3 E17 · An Academic Crime and a More Romantic Taco Bell
    S3 E16 · Pasadena
    S3 E15 · A Boyfriend’s Ex-Wife and a Good Luck Head Rub
    S3 E14 · A Slump, A Cross and Roadside Gravel
    S3 E13 · Contracts, Rules and a Little Bit of Pig Brains
    S3 E12 · Body Glitter and a Mall Safety Kit
    S3 E11 · A Live Chicken, A Fried Chicken and Holy Matrimony
    S3 E10 · Teenager Soup and a Little Ball of Fib
    S3 E9 · A Party Invitation, Football Grapes and an Earth Chicken
    S3 E8 · The Sin of Greed and a Chimichanga from Chi-Chi’s
    S3 E7 · Pongo Pygmaeus and a Culture That Encourages Spitting
    S3 E6 · A Parasol and a Hell of an Arm
    S3 E5 · A Pineapple and the Bosom of Male Friendship
    S3 E4 · Hobbitses, Physicses and a Ball with Zip
    S3 E3 · An Entrepreneurialist and a Swat on the Bottom
    S3 E2 · A Broom Closet and Satan’s Monopoly Board
    S3 E1 · Quirky Eggheads and Texas Snow Globes
  • Season Four

    S4 E18 · The Wild and Woolly World of Nonlinear Dynamics
    S4 E17 · A Black Hole
    S4 E16 · A Second Prodigy and the Hottest Tips for Pouty Lips
    S4 E15 · A Virus, Heartbreak and a World of Possibilities
    S4 E14 · Mitch’s Son and the Unconditional Approval of a Government Agency
    S4 E13 · The Geezer Bus and a New Model For Education
    S4 E12 · A Box of Treasure and the Meemaw of Science
    S4 E11 · A Pager, a Club and a Cranky Bag of Wrinkles
    S4 E10 · Cowboy Aerobics and 473 Grease-Free Bolts
    S4 E9 · Crappy Frozen Ice Cream and an Organ Grinder’s Monkey
    S4 E8 · An Existential Crisis and a Bear That Makes Bubbles
    S4 E7 · A Philosophy Class and Worms That Can Chase You
    S4 E6 · Freshman Orientation and the Invention of the Zipper
    S4 E5 · A Musty Crypt and a Stick to Pee On
    S4 E4 · Bible Camp and a Chariot of Love
    S4 E3 · Training Wheels and an Unleashed Chicken
    S4 E2 · A Docent, a Little Lady and a Bouncer Named Dalton
    S4 E1 · Graduation
  • Season Five

    S5 E22 · A Clogged Pore, a little Spanish and the Future

    S5 E21 · White Trash, Holy Rollers and Punching People
    S5 E20 · Uncle Sheldon and a Hormonal Firecracker
    S5 E19 · A God-Fearin’ Baptist and a Hot Trophy Husband
    S5 E18 · Babies, Lies and a Resplendent Cannoli
    S5 E17 · A Solo Peanut, a Social Butterfly and the Truth
    S5 E16 · A Suitcase Full of Cash and a Yellow Clown Car
    S5 E15 · A Lobster, an Armadillo and a Way Bigger Number
    S5 E14 · A Free Scratcher and Feminine Wiles
    S5 E13 · A Lot of Band-Aids and the Cooper Surrender
    S5 E12 · A Pink Cadillac and a Glorious Tribal Dance
    S5 E11 · A Lock-In, a Weather Girl and a Disgusting Habit
    S5 E10 · An Expensive Glitch and a Goof-Off Room
    S5 E9 · The Yips and an Oddly Hypnotic Bohemian
    S5 E8 · The Grand Chancellor and a Den of Sin
    S5 E7 · An Introduction to Engineering and a Glob of Hair Gel
    S5 E6 · Money Laundering and a Cascade of Hormones
    S5 E5 · Stuffed Animals and a Sweet Southern Syzygy
    S5 E4 · Pish Posh and a Secret Back Room
    S5 E3 · Potential Energy and Hooch on a Park Bench
    S5 E2 · Snoopin’ Around and the Wonder Twins of Atheism
    S5 E1 · One Bad Night and a Chaos of Selfish Desires

Rotten Tomatoes reported a 76% approval rating with an average rating of 6.6/10 based on 46 reviews. Metacritic, which uses a weighted average, assigned a score of 63 out of 100 based on 25 critics.

Main

Iain Armitage as Sheldon Cooper

Jim Parsons is the voice of adult Sheldon Cooper

Zoe Perry as Mary Tucker Cooper

Lance Barber as George Cooper Sr.

Montana Jordan as George “Georgie” Cooper Jr.

Raegan Revord as Melissa “Missy” Cooper

Annie Potts as Constance “Connie” Tucker

Matt Hobby as Pastor Jeff Difford

Wyatt McClure as Billy Sparks

Recurring

Wallace Shawn as John Sturgis (season 1–present)

Ryan Phuong as Tam Nguyen (season 1–4)

Billy Gardell as Herschel Sparks (seasons 1–2)

Melissa Peterman as Brenda Sparks (season 1–present)

Doc Farrow as Assistant Coach Wayne Wilkins (season 1–present)

Valerie Mahaffey as Victoria MacElroy (seasons 1–3)

Danielle Pinnock as Evelyn Ingram (seasons 1–4)

Brian Stepanek as Hubert Givens (season 1–present)

Rex Linn as Tom Petersen (season 1–present)

Sarah Baker as Sheryl Hutchins (season 1–present)

Jason Alexander as Gene Lundy (season 1–present)

Nancy Linehan Charles as Peg (season 1–present)

Chris Wylde as Glenn (seasons 1–3)

Isabel May as Veronica Duncan (seasons 2–3)

Ed Begley Jr. as Dr. Grant Linkletter (season 2–present)

Mckenna Grace as Paige Swanson (season 2–present)

Andrea Anders as Linda Swanson (seasons 2–4)

Mary Grill as Officer Robin (seasons 2–3)

Craig T. Nelson as Dale Ballard (season 3–present)

Reba McEntire as June (season 3–present)

Ava Allan as Jana Boggs (season 3–5)

London Cheshire as Marcus Larson (seasons 3–4)

Wendie Malick as President Linda Hagemeyer (season 4–present)

Dan Byrd as Pastor Rob (season 5)

Emily Osment as Mandy McAllister (season 5)

Caleb Emery as Darren (season 5)

Ivan Mok as Oscar (season 5)

Guest

Melissa Tang as Ms. Fenley

Vernee Watson as Nurse Althea Robinson

John Hartman as Dr. Goetsch

Ray Liotta as Vincent

Jason Kravits as Dr. Ronald Hodges

Elon Musk makes a cameo appearance

Dave Florek as Dr. Eberland

Karly Rothenberg as Mrs. Janice Veazey

Frances Conroy as Dr. Flora Douglas

Harry Groener as Elliot Douglas

Paul Yen as Le Nguyen, Tam’s father

VyVy Nguyen as Trang Nguyen

Phil Morris as the voice of One and Anjali Bhimani as the voice of Zero in a dream Sheldon has.

Richard Kind as Ira Rosenbloom

Zuleyka Silver as Selena

Anjelika Washington as Libby

Ella and Mia Allan as Bobbi Sparks

Cleo King as Mrs. Costello

Michael Cudlitz as a NASA supervisor who appears in Sheldon’s daydream sequence.

Josh Cooke as Barry Swanson

Ella Anderson as Erica

Paul Fusco appears as ALF

John Rubinstein as Rabbi Schneiderman

Benjamin Stockham as Preston

Maree Cheatham as Dorothy

Diedrich Bader as the voice of Batman in one of Sheldon’s daydreams.

Steve Burns as Nathan

Taylor Spreitler as Sam

Nolan Bateman as Keith

Louie Anderson as Ralph

Ryan Stiles as Dr. Bowers

Melanie Lynskey as Professor Dora Ericson

Dave Foley as Gary

David Hasselhoff as himself

Julia Pace Mitchell as Darlene Wilkins

Diane Ladd, Alan Rachins and Marla Gibbs as Hortense, Vern and Doris

Bill Fagerbakke as Jake

Lance Reddick as Professor Boucher

Stephen Hawking as himself (voice-only).

Ming-Na Wen as Dr. Carol Lee

Penn Jillette and Teller as Pimple and Pus

Original cast cameos

Mayim Bialik as Amy Farrah Fowler

Kaley Cuoco as the voice of the pool water in one of Sheldon’s nightmares

Simon Helberg as Howard Wolowitz

Bob Newhart as Arthur Jeffries

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