5 Great TV Shows to Watch While Waiting for Young Sheldon Season 7
Missing Sheldon? These series are for you.
The wait for a new season of a favorite show can feel like an eternity. Young Sheldon season 7 isn’t coming out anytime soon, but luckily, there are plenty of good TV shows that will make the wait for the much-anticipated series a tad bit easier and much more entertaining.
Remember Full House? This is its awesome follow-up. Focusing on D.J., the eldest Tanner daughter, this show gives us Max, a kid who just oozes Sheldon vibes. Sporting Sheldon-like attire of trousers, button-up shirts, and vests, he’s a delight to watch.
Max is meticulous, loves correcting folks, and even carries a briefcase to school instead of a backpack.
Fresh Off the Boat
Set between 1995 and 2000, this show chronicles the life of the Huangs, a Taiwanese American family adjusting to life in Orlando after moving from Washington, D.C.
Using a unique narrative structure, the show started off being told from young Eddie Huang's perspective but eventually branched out to cover the family as a whole. Fans of Young Sheldon would feel right at home as it beautifully captures the dynamics of a close-knit family.
Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn
Quadruplets, mischief, and comedy — this show by Nickelodeon is a roller-coaster ride. Each sibling has their own quirks, and while they may bicker and squabble, they always come together when it counts.
If you love watching the dynamics of siblings with contrasting personalities, this is a perfect binge.
Experience the world through Malcolm, a high schooler with a genius IQ but zero clues about life. With his quirky family always landing in some kind of trouble, Malcolm's journey through teen angst is hilariously relatable.
Whether it's navigating the mysteries of the opposite sex or figuring out family chaos, Malcolm's life is a delightful mess.
Everybody Hates Chris
Developed by Chris Rock and inspired by his childhood, this series paints a vivid picture of growing up in the '90s. While Chris is slightly older than Sheldon, fans will relate to his challenges as an underdog in school.
With a deeper touch on subjects like race and class, it provides a fresh lens to the complexities of growing up.