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.
04/20/22 at 06:31pm
The show is really dragging. Way too much “smother” in increasingly absurd scenarios. I’m just waiting for her to ride a motorcycle to jump into an ocean to save Adam from a shark.
04/20/22 at 12:27pm
Season 10 is just going to feature Bev wandering around the house exclaiming, "where have all my shmoopies gone and why are we still on the air?"
04/20/22 at 11:57am
I just wanted to correct a typo I made. I meant to type right now all Jeff is relegated to. I apologize.
04/20/22 at 11:50am
I am so thrilled about the renewal! I am though sick and tired of all the naysayers asking, begging even praying for this still sweet show to be cancelled. Bob above asked what's left to watch. I say how about Geoff and Erica. Gerica is true charm of the show now and she moved front and center. As for Murray the fact that the show is now so Bevy Heavy to me makes it feel better without him in it. Jeff is so talented and right all was relegated to his closing days with the franchise was window dressing, stock footage illusions and cgi. Sorry for the first time I think the show is better without him ( and him without the show).
04/20/22 at 07:56am
I've never missed an episode and will finish out this season. But I don't plan to watch next year. Bev is getting too much air time and is way over the top. The kids haven't matured at all in 9 years. The use of other characters (Bill, Glascott, Vic) in scenes that normally would have Murray doesn't work at all. And Pops was irreplaceable. So what is left worth watching?
04/20/22 at 03:12am
I'm really shocked. I thought for sure this would be the last season as it stumbled to its conclusion.
Years ago this show was terrific as Adam F. Goldberg took the stories from things that happened to him in high school and from actual videos he produced while a kid. Some of the early episodes were incredible.
But of course that material ran out years ago. What's been left is increasingly silly shtick that runs thin most times. Maybe one episode in four these days is worth watching.
04/19/22 at 07:44pm
All I can say is "Why?" This last season "Jumped the Shark" with me. Too much Bev trying to overact while the kids weren't as funny as they were. I think the giving of the 10th season was not warranted. Jeff and George are both gone. They were the glue that stuck that show together. And...the kids are too old now! Adam is supposed to go to college. What are they going to do with that?
04/19/22 at 03:46pm
Time to throw in the towel.
04/19/22 at 02:56pm
Seriously? Should have let it go peacefully into the night.
04/19/22 at 02:41pm
They can make poorly editing the father into each episode a running joke, like broadcast television itself.
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