We've been hearing about the Big Bang Theory spinoff, Young Sheldon, for months, and now we finally get a trailer with Iain Armitage starring as a 9-year-old Sheldon Cooper. The series starts in 1989 and follows him as a begins high school at age 9.
The trailer sees Sheldon enter into the ninth grade, alienating both his classmates and teachers with his impressive intellect and trouble with social skills, pointing out dress code violations and calling into question their teaching credentials. His parents, twin sister and older brother are slightly tired of the Sheldon and treat him the same way that we see his present day roommate Leonard treat him with. The show will focus on Sheldon's family, and will also include Zoe Perry playing Sheldon's mother, Mary Cooper. And Sheldon doesn't get along with his older brother George Jr. Perry is the daughter of actress Laurie Metcalf, who plays Sheldon's mom on "Big Bang Theory".
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The series showrunner Molaro has written the pilot script and will be directed by Jon Favreau. Jim Parsons is also an executive producer with his partner in production and love Todd Spiewak.
Speaking to advertisers at the network's Upfront presentation at Carnegie Hall, Parsons described the show as "a little bit 'Wonder Years, ' a little bit 'Doogie Howser'".
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Let's make a quick list of certain things: death, taxes, and people on the internet finding new ways to complain about the mere existence of The Big Bang Theory while it continues to be one the most popular shows on television.
One thing we don't know is if we're going to see the origin of "bazinga".
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U.S. network CBS revealed a five-minute glimpse at Young Sheldon at their Upfronts presentation in NY on Thursday. Sheldon stopped saying this catchphrase on The Big Bang Theory years ago, but maybe it'll come back for a full circle moment.