'The Goldbergs' season 7: Release date, plot, cast, and everything you need to know about the fan-favorite family sitcom
With Erica and Barry heading to college, Adam will be left behind to deal with his mother Beverly's crazy dosages of love and attention, all by himself!
The love and laughter and all things wholesome from the fan-favorite '80s show 'The Goldbergs' is about to return to the screens with season 7 and we couldn't be more thrilled! Think another epic season full of laughs, as the ABC show chronicles the titular Goldberg family and the kids struggling with the smothering love of the prime matriarch aka Mrs. Goldberg. But this time, the catch is that the younger Goldbergs, Erica, and Barry are both heading to college, so that means Adam will be left behind to deal with his mother Beverly's crazy dosages of love and attention, all by himself!
As of now, no official date has been assigned for the season 7 premiere, but it is reported that the highly anticipated family show of the 80s will return sometime in the fall of 2020, only on ABC.
Set in the '80s Jenkintown, Pennsylvania, the show is believed to be loosely based on showrunner Adam F. Goldberg's childhood. Taking instances from Goldberg's videotaped memories of his childhood, the show reenacts those incidents and shows the world of the 1980s through the eyes of the young boy, Adam.
Adam F. Goldberg
The American television and film producer and writer is best known as the creator and showrunner of this semi-biographical comedy from his childhood. But he is also credited for serving as showrunner and creator for TV series like 'Breaking In', and 'Schooled'.
Sean Giambrone stars as the youngest child Adam aka the character playing the series creator's childhood self and Patton Oswalt plays the role of 'Adult Adam' who narrated every episode set in '1980-something.' Jeff Garlin plays the Goldberg patriarch, Murray, and Wendi McLendon-Covey stars as the overly affectionate matriarch, Beverly. Their two older children are Erica (Hayley Orrantia) and Barry (Troy Gentile). Beverly's father, Albert "Pops" Solomon is played by George Segal, and the character brings the signature grandpa-style advice to the table, with expert caution so his daughter doesn't catch him in the act.
No trailer released for the upcoming season has been released as of yet. Watch this space for new updates!
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