It has been announced that the popular “Big Bang Theory” spin-off “Young Sheldon” is going to be heading to the new HBO Max streaming service this fall.
HBO Max already has “The Big Bang Theory” as an exclusive to the streaming service and “Young Sheldon” will be exclusive to it as well. When the show is added to the service, it will have its first three seasons.
“Young Sheldon” will become available on HBO Max on Tuesday, September 1, according to CBR.
HBO Max costs $14.99 a month and is available on the iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Apple TV and Mac.
In addition to the TV series being available on HBO Max soon, it will be joining the Nick@Nite lineup this fall too.
The series has aired 65 episodes and has been renewed for a fourth season by CBS.
Nickelodeon airs the Nick@Nite block and the cheapest way to stream the network and the block is through Philo, which only costs $20 a month. Nickelodeon is also available on Sling TV, YouTube TV and fuboTV.