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“Young Sheldon” coming exclusively to HBO Max

HBO has had a busy week this week by launching HBO Max to the public. The streaming service costs $14.99 a month and has HBO originals and other TV shows and movies from WarnerMedia, its main partner.

It has been announced today that on top of the streaming service having exclusive streaming rights to “The Big Bang Theory,” its spin-off, “Young Sheldon,” will also be joining HBO Max.

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Kevin Reilly, the chief content officer at HBO Max said this in a statement:

“We now feel like our Big Bang offering is complete,” Reilly said, “We are so proud to be the home of this beloved franchise and the place where new and existing fans can learn about young Sheldon Cooper’s roots.”

There has not been a date announced for when “Young Sheldon” will come to HBO Max, as show’s third season is currently available to stream on CBS All Access.

Young Sheldon stars Iain Armitage, Zoe Perry, Lance Barber, Annie Potts, Montana Jordan and Raegan Revord, with Jim Parsons, the originally Sheldon Cooper from “The Big Bang Theory,” doing the narration.

HBO Max can be used on the iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Apple TV and Mac.

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