Young Sheldon fans are in no danger of losing their favorite show, as CBS announced in March 2021 that the series had been renewed for three years.
It is presently airing on CBS, and the season five premiere contains a time jump that places Sheldon in his second semester of college. For the time being, at least, there is something to look forward to until 2024.
Kelly Kahl, the president of CBS Entertainment, stated, “In terms of total viewers, Young Sheldon leads the broadcast comedy landscape by more than +2.5 million viewers and is the cornerstone of CBS' top-rated Thursday comedy program.
The Cooper family's sense of humor, warmth, and heart are unmistakable draws for the millions of viewers that tune in each week to watch the show.”
As audiences see Sheldon grow up in Texas and develop a greater understanding of his character, the show has brought to life events and people from the original Big Bang Theory series, which is now airing on CBS.
Recent seasons, in particular, have explored Sheldon's home life and shed light on his parent's marriage, his relationship with his twin sister (Missy), his academic prowess, and other aspects of his life.
As season five signs of progress, fans are already anticipating a jam-packed sixth season, which will premiere in 2019. Consequently, if you can't wait any longer, here's all you need to know about Young Sheldon season 6.
Young Sheldon Quick Facts
|Executive producer:||Timothy Marx|
|First episode date:||September 25, 2017|
|Nominations:||Kids' Choice Award for Favorite TV Actor|
|Based on:||The Big Bang Theory; by Chuck Lorre and Bill Prady|