Young Sheldon

Rating  :  

7.1

Duration  :  

22m

49 Episodes

The early life of child genius Sheldon Cooper, later seen in The Big Bang Theory.
Seasons
Season 1

22 Episodes

Season 2

22 Episodes

Season 3

5 Episodes

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