Exclusive: Raegan Revord Talks About Being in ‘Young Sheldon’ Spinoff ‘Georgie and Mandy’s First Marriage’

Raegan Revord, known for her role as Missy Sheldon on “Young Sheldon,” is now looking toward her future after dedicating seven seasons to the show. The 16-year-old actress attended the Alliance for Women in Media Foundation’s 49th annual Gracie Awards in Beverly Hills, where she shared some cherished memories from the set.

Reflecting on her time on “Young Sheldon,” Revord recalled, “We were wrapping, a lot of guest stars and… we pulled the couch off of the set. It was the green couch that’s in the living room — we pulled it off the set and I posted a photo of all of us sitting on it.” She fondly remembered hanging out with her co-stars on the couch for hours, laughing and having fun.

With the series finale recently aired, CBS has announced a new spinoff series titled “Georgie and Mandy’s First Marriage,” set to premiere this fall. The series stars Montana Jordan as Georgie Sheldon and Emily Osment as his wife, Mandy McAllister.

Raegan Revord Talks About Being in 'Young Sheldon' Spinoff 'Georgie and Mandy's First Marriage

“I’m so happy for Montana and Emily! They deserve it, above and beyond,” Revord said. “They’re so talented and they’re some of my favorite people ever, and I’m so excited to see where the show goes.”

Regarding her own participation in the spinoff, Revord expressed openness to reprising her role but also hinted at her own future aspirations. “I love playing Missy for the past seven years, but I also want to go on and do other things as well,” she admitted. “So it’s complicated… [but] I want to do a drama at some point.”

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At the Gracie Awards, Revord was named the Digital Impact Ambassador. She expressed her excitement and honor to be involved in the ceremony, which celebrates exemplary programming created by, for, and about women in media and entertainment. “I’m so excited to be here! I’ve met so many cool people already, and it’s such an honor,” Revord shared.

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