Young Sheldon ends with season 7
Young Sheldon will end its seventh and final season, with a series finale date already slated.
CBS has announced that Young Sheldon ending with the upcoming seventh season. This news should not come as a surprise to fans as the story has been approaching events that have been mentioned The Big Bang Theory.
“As a prequel to one of the greatest comedies, Young Sheldon prove that lightning can strike twice,” said Amy Reisenbach, president of CBS Entertainment. “He set himself apart with an amazing cast that felt like family from the first moment we saw them on screen and brought characters to life with heartfelt and unique stories that drew audiences in from the start. We sincerely thank executive producers Chuck Lorre, Steve Molaro and Steve Holland and the entire writing and production teams for six amazing seasons. We look forward to seeing their final season unfold and give it a good chance with the best episodes yet for their fans to enjoy.“
Young Sheldon Season 7 will consist of 14 episodes, with the series finale set to air on May 16 at 8 p.m. The seventh and final season will be the last of the three-year renewal that received the show in 2021.
“It has been an amazing experience to be able to tell the origin of Sheldon Cooper, and to expand the story to include the whole Cooper family,” said executive producers Steve Holland, Steven Molaro and Chuck Lorre. “We are grateful to our fans for accepting this chapter of the Coopers over the past six seasons, and on behalf of all of them. Young Sheldon family, we are excited to share this final season with you.“
Even when Young Sheldon it will end, it won’t be the last The Big Bang Theory licensing. It was announced earlier this year that Chuck Lorre was in the early stages of developing another series. Details of the plot are unknown, but it is believed to be “a one-hour series featuring a mostly new cast with the possibility of famous ‘Big Bang’ stars appearing in guest spots.” Lorre recently gave an update on the potential spinoff to TVLine , saying the project was still in the “pre-birth“levels. “