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CBS does not want to stay without the series of Chuck Lorre after the end of ‘The Big Bang Theory’ this coming month of may. A few weeks ago it was a ‘Mom’ which was renewed for two more seasons, and now the chain has reached an agreement to extend the life of Young Sheldon’ until the fourth season, that is to say, that the series will have at least two more seasons.
‘Young Sheldon’ is averaging in his second season, 14.6 million viewers and a 2.7 in the ratings, figures excellent that virtually ensured its continuity except for some catastrophe, unexpected. In fact, it is the second comedy with the best data currently, behind only ‘The Big Bang Theory’, which exceeds the 17 million viewers on average per episode in its twelfth season.
The string ensures as well to continue with the series until 2021 and this is sure to be the surrogate in the grill of ‘The Big Bang Theory’. However, CBS won’t announce its schedule for next season until the upfronts in may, but unlikely it would be that not granted that coveted hole in ‘Young Sheldon’.
Remember that the contract of Lorre binds exclusively to Warner Bros. TV until June 2020, but it is probable that then change of scenery. Netflix, which currently collaborates with him on ‘The method Kominsky’ Amazon and Apple have already been interested in his services, so that at the turn of the corner we will have an auction to see who gets to reach an agreement with him.