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YOUNG SHELDON season 4 returns very soon and fans are looking forward to seeing the titular character graduate. How many episodes are in Young Sheldon series 4?

PUBLISHED: 07:07, Thu, Nov 5, 2020 | UPDATED: 07:09, Thu, Nov 5, 2020

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Young Sheldon season four has finally arrived and the series is a prequel to the classic The Big Bang Theory on CBS. The series stars Iain Armitage as a younger version of Sheldon Cooper, the awkward genius who goes on to win a Nobel Prize in the original series. Fans are keen to find out more about the upcoming episodes in season four and Express.co.uk has everything you need to know.

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How many episodes are in Young Sheldon series 4?

Young Sheldon is another hit series created by The Big Bang Theory legends Chuck Lorre and Steven Molaro, and it make its debut in 2017.

At the start of the series Sheldon was nine and he was just about to start high school, but the new series will see him graduate and take the next step in his educational journey.

The original Sheldon actor, Jim Parsons, returns to narrate the fourth season, which was announced at the same time as the third instalment.

Sadly season three had to be cut short due to the coronavirus pandemic, and the creators suggested the unaired content would be incorporated into the new season.

The season three finale was due to focus on Sheldon's graduation, but this has since been made the title of the first episode of season four, which will air on CBS.

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Young Sheldon season 4: George, Mary and SheldonYoung Sheldon season 4: Sheldon with his parents discussing college (Image: CBS/Channel 4)

Young Sheldon season 4: Iain ArmitageYoung Sheldon season 4: Iain Armitage plays Young Sheldon (Image: Getty)

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The episodes will then continue to air weekly, with episodes two and three already having been given titles.

Episode two, titled A Docent, A Little Lady and a Bouncer Named Dalton, will air on November 12 with episode three, titled Training Wheels and an Unleashed Chicken will air on November 19.

In the first episode, called Graduation, Sheldon will come to the realisation he may not be as prepared for college as he originally thought.

Fans will also see Coach Dale (Craig T. Nelson) attempt to rekindle his relationship with Sheldon's grandmother Meemaw (Annie Potts).

Previous seasons have been made up of 22 episodes, with season three featuring 21 episodes as it was cut short.

The fourth season will most likely be made up of a total of 22 episodes, with the season three finale airing as part of the season four premiere.

Young Sheldon season 4: Season 4 sneak peekYoung Sheldon season 4: A clip from episode 1 of season 4 with Sheldon's family being interviewed (Image: CBS)

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