After ten years and ten seasons it’s over: The US broadcaster ABC is hiring The Goldbergs. The longest-running live-action comedy series will air its finale on May 3rd. Due to lower ratings, the end is a done deal.
The Goldbergs: ABC cancels comedy series
The US broadcaster ABC, owned by Disney, has announced that The Goldbergs no longer to be continued. The series will conclude with the current tenth season, with the finale airing on May 3, 2023. The Goldbergs has been a staple on ABC for the past decade and has been seen as the station’s comedy constant.
The ratings of the series have increased deteriorated further and further in recent years, which is why the end is not a big surprise. Series creator Adam F. Goldberg has not been involved for a long time. Former leading actor George Segal passed away in early 2021. In addition, Jeff Garlin left the series after personal misconduct became known.
Actress Wendi McLendon Covey has already commented on the end of the series. She was honored to have been part of The Goldbergs. She thanks the writers and says she’s “really proud” of what the series has achieved (source. deadline).
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The Goldbergs later in Germany
Although the live-action comedy series has been aired by ABC since 2013, the series came only officially to Germany in 2016. The first seasons premiered on Disney Channel, with more on Universal Channel.
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