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ABC reveals when the series and season finales will air
March 23rd, 2023 under ABC, Shonda Rhimes, The Goldbergs. [ Comments: none ]

We know that A Million Little Things and The Goldbergs are ending this season. But we don’t know when their final episodes are going to air.

Actually, we do now. Because ABC announced to Deadline when we will say good to those two shows forever and the other ones for the summer.

So get your calendars out because you are not going to want to miss any of these episodes.

Thursday, March 30
10:01-11 pm: Alaska Daily

Wednesday, April 19
9-9:32 pm: Abbott Elementary

Tuesday, May 2
8-9 pm: The Rookie
9-10 pm: The Rookie: Feds
10-11 pm: Will Trent

Wednesday, May 3
8-8:30 pm: The Conners
8:30-9 pm: The Goldbergs (Series finale)
9-10 pm: Not Dead Yet (One-hour season finale)|
10-11 pm: A Million Little Things (Series finale)

Sunday, May 7
10-11 pm: The Company You Keep

Monday, May 8
10-11 pm: The Good Doctor

Thursday, May 18
8-9 pm: Station 19
9-11 pm: Grey’s Anatomy (Two-hour season finale)


Wendi McLendon-Convey says Jeff Garlin’s firing ‘was a long time coming’
March 22nd, 2023 under The Goldbergs. [ Comments: none ]

Last year, Jeff Garlin and The Goldbergs parted ways over claims that he was abusive on the set. But since then, the cast hasn’t really talked about his departure.

Yesterday, when Wendi McLendon-Convey was on Andy Cohen’s SiriusXM radio show, he asked her about it.

“That was a long time coming,” she told Cohen. “That it finally happened. It was like, “OK. Finally, someone is listening to us.”

Then Cohen followed up by asking if Garlin’s departure was a long time coming. Then the actress told him she didn’t want to talk about that because she is “exhausted by that topic and the PTSD of it all.”

So dramatic.

Personally, I think she ruined the sitcom because she made her character into an unlikable bitch. And she had more freedom to do that after Garlin left the series.


The Goldbergs lasted a decade like the ’80s
February 23rd, 2023 under The Goldbergs. [ Comments: 1 ]

The Goldbergs got some sad news today. This season of the sitcom will be its last.

Craig Erwich, president, ABC Entertainment, Hulu and Disney Branded Television Streaming Originals, said, “We are so proud of the 10 years we were able to spend with ‘The Goldbergs.’ This is an incredible team and we’re so thankful for the joy and entertainment they brought to so many over this time. We look forward to celebrating their final chapter along with the fans in the weeks ahead.”

Is the news a surprise? Nope. The ratings dropped with its new timeslot this season, along with the loss of their executive producer Adam F. Goldberg, George Segal’s death, and Jeff Garlin’s firing over the last few years.

To be honest, the show turned into crap when Goldberg left. That is when the show went from a quirky family to caricatures of themselves. Gone was the lovable Goldbergs, and hello was an unlikeable and annoying family.

I loved this show. But I have been wanting it to get cancelled for a few seasons so I could put it out of my misery. Although this season got a little better, it still was nowhere as enjoyable as it was when Goldberg was producing the show.


David Hasselhoff deserves better than this
September 26th, 2022 under David Hasselhoff/Baywatch, The Goldbergs. [ Comments: none ]

David Hasselhoff is going to guest star as himself on The Goldbergs this Wednesday, a show that is based in 1980’something. Therefore, they gave him a wig that would make him look like when he played Michael Knight on Knight Rider.

Since the sitcom airs on broadcast TV, you would think they have wig money. I guess it all went to Wendi McLendon-Covey’s fake hair because The Hoff’s looks Hofful, as in awful.

The Hoff deserves better than this because I have seen better wigs on public access TV on Sunday mornings. And those are really bad, and even Jesus can’t save them.


The Goldbergs are killing off Jeff Garlin’s character
August 30th, 2022 under The Goldbergs. [ Comments: none ]

(ABC/Scott Everett White)

Midway through the last season of The Goldbergs, Jeff Garlin and the sitcom parted ways. However, they never addressed his departure, so they used a stand-in and voiceover to hide his absence.

When the series returns on September 12th, his character will have died several months earlier. The surviving Goldbergs will all be moving on and living together under Beverly’s roof.

But how? Haven’t all the kids moved out? Co-showrunners Alex Barnow and Chris Bishop tell Entertainment Weekly that Adam will take a gap year from NYU, Barry didn’t apply for housing at his college in time, and Erica and Geoff will move in to save money for their baby. During the season, the newlyweds found out that they are expecting a child.

The showrunners are excited about this season and say they “have tons of momentum.” While they might, I think ABC should’ve cancelled it because it is way past its expiration date. It hasn’t been good since the real Adam F. Goldberg left. But what could they do? It is their #1 sitcom.

What do you think of the changes?


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