Another ‘Big Bang Theory’ Spinoff in Development at (HBO) Max


Variety is reporting that another addition to the “Big Bang Theory” universe is on its way. Chuck Lorre, who co-created “The Big Bang Theory” as well as its spinoff “Young Sheldon,” is in the early stages of developing another comedy series derived from that IP via his overall deal at Warner Bros. Television.


If ordered to series, the new “Big Bang” project would stream on Max, the company’s rebranded platform combining HBO Max and Discovery+.


No plot details have been revealed. And though nothing is set in stone, it is believed to be an hour-long series featuring a mostly new cast with potential for known “Big Bang” stars to appear in guest spots.


The new “Big Bang” series, which Lorre would executive produce via Chuck Lorre Productions banner, would mark Lorre’s second project at Max. Warner Bros. TV is currently in production on “How to Be a Bookie,” a Max comedy series starring Sebastian Maniscalco, Omar J. Dorsey, Andrea Anders, Vanessa Ferlito and Jorge Garcia. Lorre, Maniscalco and Nick Bakay executive produce.

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