The comedy makes it to a full decade on the air.
April 19, 2022
ABC announced today that The Goldbergs has been picked up for a 10th season. The good news arrives ahead of next month's season finale, and follows a rough couple of years for the comedy that saw the loss of two of its stars in George Segal, who passed away in 2021, and Jeff Garlin, who departed the show in December.
A consistently-reliable performer for the network, the series ranks as one of its highest rated comedies among adults 18-49. In March, it surpassed the 200-episode milestone - a truly impressive feat for a current live-action comedy.
Loosely-based on the childhood of creator Adam F. Goldberg, The Goldbergs takes place in the 1980s and follows an overprotective mother, her hot-tempered husband, and their three kids, who are a handful to say the least.
Look for Season 10 of The Goldbergs to premiere this fall as part the 2022-2023 season.
04/27/22 at 09:07am
At least the occasional phone call. They can poorly include the father in many ways. The episodes without Murray and Pops have been terrible.
This renewal is definitely a shocker!
04/23/22 at 04:08pm
I've been a fan for the whole run of the series, and pushed through after "Pops" passed away. George was such an important part of the show! Now with Jeff gone, no "Dad" to balance out the insanity of Bevy, I find the constant "Smother" episodes wearing thin. I thought Beverly was going to actually jump the shark in the mobility scooter on the last episode. I miss the episodes that were inspired by Goldberg's home movies and real events. Congrats on 10 years, I guess.
04/23/22 at 04:35am
I, personally, grew real tired of the same old Barry and Bev "schtick" every episode. Even as the kids grow up.. it's the same old scripts... Maybe season 10 just so they can end it with New Years 1990? Honestly, there's not been a good episode in a couple seasons.... and without George Segal.. there will never be another.
04/22/22 at 04:56am
I guess Murray is going to be at a kot of 'furniture conventions.' How the heck did this get renewed? It's a chore to get through these new episodes.
04/22/22 at 00:51am
Like 'The Middle', once the kids grow up, time to move on.
04/21/22 at 05:51pm
Black-ish and Fresh off the Boat were better ABC shows than THE The Goldbergs. The show is dead without Jeff Garlin and the late George Segal.
04/21/22 at 09:03am
Ratings decide renewals often , so this is not ending. Regardless if you think it should.
04/21/22 at 08:25am
I stopped watching when Adam graduated and was surprised to find that this season was a "redo". Some shows end way too early, while others end up alienating their fan base... Goldberg's is the latter.
04/21/22 at 05:49am
This was a bad choice by ABC. The show has run its course. At best they should only get half a season that takes place over the summer before Adam goes off to college.
One episode I’m hoping for is the school faculty celebrating Adam’s graduation as it would be the perceived last time they have to deal with Beverly.
04/20/22 at 08:56pm
@Charlie Glad you are happy for the renewal. I think the show has run it's course. The last season was barely watchable and the cast of characters they have been using in Murrays stead aren't even a little interesting. It's a shame that such an entertaining show has turned into this.
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