The Goldbergs, an American sitcom TV series created for Hulu by Adam F. Goldberg, aired for the first time September 24, 2013. The series has renewed many times and continues to stick around. It renewed for its ninth season, which aired September 22, 2021. Not long after the ninth season aired, it renewed for a tenth season. The tenth season is on track to air September 21, 2022. Since the release of The Goldbergs, a spinoff of the show aired for a short time called Schooled, which ultimately got canceled after two seasons.
The Goldbergs takes place in the 1980s but in an alternate version, set in Jenkintown, Pennsylvania. The main purpose of this series is to show the 1980s from the perspective of a child and teenager’s eyes. Adam F. Goldberg based this series loosely on his own childhood. When he was younger Adam F. Goldberg would regularly videotape everything important that happened in his life when he was a child. The videos that he used to take all the time are actually frequently reenacted throughout the series. At the end of the episodes, the real video that Goldberg took plays before the credits so the viewers can see the real and reenacted version. This series tries to show everyone what life was like back in the 80s for a child and teenager and follows his and his family’s life.
Since The Goldbergs aired, it has received a wide range of mixed reviews. Many critics have absolutely loved the series and claimed that it has great writing all around, with an even better cast to perform the series. Whereas other critics have stated that the show was obnoxious and just all around awful. Overall, since its release, it has had split reviews with some absolutely loving the series, and other absolutely hating it.
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The Goldbergs first season received mixed reviews, averaging a score of 52% on Metacritic based on reviews from 26 critics.
However, the following seasons have received high audience scores.
Wendi McLendon-Covey as Beverly Goldberg (née Solomon)
Sean Giambrone as Adam Frederick Goldberg
Patton Oswalt voices the adult Adam Frederick Goldberg
Troy Gentile as Barry Norman Goldberg
Hayley Orrantia as Erica Dorothy Goldberg
George Segal as Albert “Pops” Solomon
Jeff Garlin as Murray Moshe Goldberg
AJ Michalka as Lainey Lewis
Sam Lerner as Geoff “Madman” Schwartz