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HBO Max Acquires ‘Young Sheldon’ Streaming Rights

HBO Max Acquires ‘Young Sheldon’ Streaming Rights

The whole “Big Bang Theory” family is going to be united at HBO Max.

WarnerMedia’s recently-launched platform has acquired the streaming rights to “Young Sheldon” in a deal with a deal with Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution, meaning that both “The Big Bang Theory” and its spinoff will be under the same streaming roof.

The news comes a full ten months after HBO Max acquired the “Big Bang Theory” rights in a blockbuster deal said to be worth around $600 million. All 279 episodes of “Big Bang” were available on HBO Max upon launch.

Young Sheldon,” which completed its third season just over a month ago, was created by Chuck Lorre and Steven Molaro and stars Iain Armitage as the titular younger version of Jim Parsons’ character from the original series.

“We now feel like our ‘Big Bang’ offering is complete,” said Kevin Reilly, chief content officer at HBO Max and president of TNT,

See full article on Variety