Screen Rant has an exclusive clip from the home release of Young Sheldon season 5, exploring how Iain Armitage looks more like Jim Parsons.
Screen Rant is proud to present an exclusive preview of Young Sheldon Season 5 home release features, as a celebration of the beloved show now available on Digital. Having recently aired its 100th episode, the coming-of-age comedy has come a long way from its roots as a spin-off of the long-running sitcom The Big Bang Theory. The series, which was created by Chuck Lorre and Steven Molaro, grew with its protagonist to become an entity in its own right.
That being said, homages must be paid and the story must credibly lend itself to the Sheldon Cooper (played by the iconic Jim Parsons) that fans encountered over a decade ago. Young Sheldon began in 2017, following the adventures of nine-year-old Iain Armitage’s version of the character while attending high school in the late 1980s – much to the chagrin of his family.
Like Young Sheldon season 5 has progressed, the plots have become more intense and suitable for growing children. Not only did older brother Georgie (Montana Jordan) get Mandy (Emily Osment) pregnant, but parents Mary (Zoe Perry) and George (Lance Barber) are feuding over a disturbing amount, given what we know about them in The Big Bang Theory. It seems Young Sheldon also set up Mary’s relationship with Pastor Rob, which means the Season 5 finale is sure to have big ramifications for the entire Cooper family.
Of course, that doesn’t mean there isn’t time for humor and the heart that Young Sheldon is known for, which is on full display in the exclusive behind-the-scenes clip provided by Warner Bros. You can watch a preview of a larger featurette below, available with digital purchase of Season 5:
The clip begins with Sheldon knocking on Missy’s door for one of their typical comedic conversations, but quickly becomes a meditation on Iain Armitage’s growth in hitting. When he started the show, he was too young to The Big Bang Theory and therefore had to learn how his predecessor Jim Parsons was punching as Sheldon. The adorable story leads to a very different kind of use for the doors on set, particularly the slamming of Meemaw (Annie Potts).
Potts’ explanation of his character’s rude habit is further accompanied by various other cast members explaining how they developed their own quirks for each character, further highlighting how the Coopers now have their own brand and identity even s they serve as an extension. of the show they came from. Fans can confidently enjoy what comes next Young Sheldonwhich airs every Thursday at 8 p.m. ET/PT, knowing that he’s now leaning on himself and the family dynamic he’s put in place.
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Young Sheldon Seasons 1-5 are now available on Digital, while the full bonus feature is available upon purchase of Season 5.
Source: Warner Bros.
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