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Laughs and action await fans this month on Warner TV including Young Sheldon and The Big Bang Theory

If the first few episodes of Young Sheldon have left you wanting more then you’re in luck, because Warner TV is bringing you more of the show exclusively, during a fully-loaded November.

Young Sheldon has been one of the hottest comedy-dramas of 2017. Nine-year-old Sheldon Cooper has a brilliant mind and a view of the world beyond the small town, where football and church dominate the dinner table. Capable of mathematics and science way too advanced for kids his age, Sheldon’s once-in-a-generation intellect has allowed him to skip four grades to start high school.

The story continues as we see how Sheldon deals with his high school classmates and everyone in his laid-back town of East Texas. Find out what awaits our young genius by catching the latest episodes of Young Sheldon every Friday 8:35pm, starring the charming Iain Armitage, with Jim Parsons as narrator.

Can’t get enough of Sheldon Cooper? Join his adult version, as well as Leonard, Penny and the rest of the gang as they dish out more gags and witty punchlines while dealing with new challenges both professional and personal on The Big Bang Theory!

Now in its eleventh season, The Big Bang Theory keeps the momentum up with its signature brand of scientific humor and more things for both long-time and new fans of the show to enjoy. You can catch brand new episodes of Young Sheldon and The Big Bang Theory back to back every Friday night from 8:10pm, only on Warner TV.

The adrenaline doesn’t stop there! Our favorite heroes continue to save the day with new episodes of Arrow (Season 6, Fridays at 9pm), DC’s Legends of Tomorrow (Season 3, Wednesdays at 9pm) and Gotham (Season 4, Fridays at 9:50pm). Then there’s bucket-loads of suspense and action in Good Behavior (Season 2, Mondays at 10:40pm), Blindspot (Season 3, Saturdays at 9pm) and Lethal Weapon (Season 2, Wednesdays at 9:50pm).

All these shows air on the SAME DAY AS THE U.S. only on Warner TV, channel 235 on Cignal and channel 34 on SkyCable.

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