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Jim Parsons gets real about "The Big Bang Theory's" future

27 September 2017

The debut episode of Young Sheldon is Monday night, September 25, on Dallas' CBS affiliate, KTVT-TV (Channel 11).

Season 11 of The Big Bang Theory airs on CBS Mondays at 8 p.m. until November 2, when it moves to Thursdays at 8 p.m.

Amy and Sheldon are engaged, Bernadette and Howard are having another baby; could something big be coming soon for Leonard and Penny?

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The network has also released a promo for episode 2, which will introduce Sheldon's Meemaw (played by Annie Potts).

Audiences were left waiting on the edges of their seats during the season 10 closing of CBS' hit show The Big Bang theory.

The character was widowed when Sheldon's grandfather Pop-Pop passed away in 1985.

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As had been widely expected, E4 has acquired the exclusive United Kingdom rights to CBS' The Big Bang Theory prequel Young Sheldon after striking a deal with worldwide distributor Warner Bros. "I can't lie to my mother, " the young genius tells his Meemaw, to which she replies, "Sure you can".

Zoe Perry stars as Sheldon's mum Mary Cooper and Lance Barber plays his father George. "If you do, they're gonna have to cast it quickly, and with somebody else", Parsons joked about the possibility of playing Sheldon into his later years.

9-year-old Sheldon Cooper is a once-in-a-generation mind capable of advanced mathematics and science but learns that isn't always helpful growing up in East Texas, a land where church and football are king, on the special series debut of the new comedy YOUNG SHELDON, tonight at 7:30. I felt such a sympathy for this little guy.

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"But Iain, when his tape came in, it was mind-blowing and I thought, "He looks really young but he must be 13 to be able to do this" - but he was 8".

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