“The Big Bang Theory” prequel series “Young Sheldon” is coming to an end with the upcoming seventh season of the series to serve as its last.

The final season will commence on February 15th and conclude with a one-hour series finale on May 16th. In the narrative, Sheldon will turn 14 in the new season – the age at which he moves to California to begin his graduate studies.

In ‘Big Bang’ canon, Sheldon’s older brother Georgie marries whilst their father dies. Whether that will be carried out here is unclear.

It’s not the only axe to fall this week as Freeform’s animated series “Praise Petey” has also been cancelled after just one season. The ten-episode series followed a New York City ‘it’ girl who inherits a small-town cult and tries to give it a modern makeover.

The series premiered in July and starred the voices of Annie Murphy, Christine Baranski, Stephen Root, John Cho, Amy Hill, Kiersey Clemons and Brian Jordan Alvarez.

The news is much better for FX’s “Welcome to Wrexham”. The Rob McElhenney and Ryan Reynolds-led docuseries has been renewed for a third season which is expected to premiere sometime in spring 2024.

Source: TV Line

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