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‘Young Sheldon’ Unveils Long-Awaited Surprise As CBS Series Approaches Conclusion


Viewers familiar with “The Big Bang Theory” throughout its 12-season run had an inkling of what to expect as its prequel, Young Sheldon,” approached its conclusion. However, the recent episode’s concluding knock at the door felt unexpectedly jarring.

As young Sheldon Cooper (played by Iain Armitage) prepared for college, his family received the devastating news of his father’s (portrayed by Lance Barber) sudden passing due to a heart attack. The repercussions of this event will unfold in the upcoming two-part series finale scheduled for May 16.

The timing of the father, George Sr.’s death, seemed particularly cruel, given his recent career breakthrough—an offer to transition from coaching high school football to a college coaching position at Rice University in Houston. Co-creator Chuck Lorre proposed this sequence of events, aiming to balance comedy with occasional poignant moments across the show’s seven seasons. This decision aimed to avoid overwhelming the audience with grief in the finale.

“We always knew that there were a couple of big moments that happened in Sheldon’s life, his father passes away and he goes to Caltech,” executive producer Steve Holland told CNN, adding that the decision was made to have that happen now – as opposed to during the final two episodes – so the characters could deal with its aftermath in the finale.

In “The Big Bang Theory,” the older Sheldon (portrayed by Jim Parsons) had previously referenced his father’s passing. However, his perspective may not have always been reliable, as evident in the discrepancies between his portrayal of his father and the events depicted in the prequel series.

Although “Young Sheldon” is concluding, CBS audiences will still have glimpses of the Cooper family. The network has greenlit another spinoff for the 2024-25 TV season, titled “Georgie & Mandy’s First Marriage,” focusing on the characters Georgie (played by Montana Jordan) and Mandy (played by Emily Osment). This decision showcases the producers’ balancing act of expanding the universe while wrapping up the original series.

Despite the setup for future stories, the creators remained dedicated to delivering a strong conclusion for “Young Sheldon.” Executive producer Steven Molaro emphasized their commitment to ending the show on a high note without overly concerning themselves with what comes next.

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