Published On: Tue, Aug 1st, 2017

How Young Sheldon Is Different from The Big Bang Theory

Even though it serves as a prequel to The Big Bang Theory, CBS’ Young Sheldon is a different kind of show for executive producer Chuck Lorre. The new comedy focuses on a 9-year-old Sheldon Cooper (Iain Armitage) who’s not quite yet the hardened, cynical adult established in the original series. This Sheldon isn’t even into comic books yet. He has idiosyncrasies at that age, but Lorre said at the Television Critics Association (TCA) press tour the show presents a more innocent and hopeful version of Sheldon.

This marks the first time Lorre has done a comedy without a studio audience, and the first time he’s done a show with a narration — Jim Parsons is narrating his character’s past. Lorre said, “I’ve never worked with narration before and narration changes the way we write. We looked for inspiration in shows that used it beautifully and no one does it better than Wonder Years.”

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