'The Goldbergs' Announced to Be Ending After Season 10

'The Goldbergs' Announced to Be Ending After Season 10

The Goldbergs is officially coming to an end…

The hit ABC comedy series was just announced on Thursday afternoon (February 23) to be ending after it’s current 10th season on the network, Deadline reveals.

During it’s current season, with everyone living back under the same roof and Beverly preparing for her new role as Grandsmotherer, there is more Goldbergs pandemonium than ever! As this new chapter unfolds, the Goldbergs continue to remind us that there is no bond greater than family, and there is nothing they can’t handle with each other’s support.

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Original series star Jeff Garlin exited the show during season nine amid an HR investigation over unprofessional behavior on set.

George Segal, who played the grandfather, also passed away last March 2021 following complications from surgery.

The news of the show ending isn’t much of a surprise with how long the show has been running, and it’s fate had been largely up in the air over the last couple of years. The network signed new deals with the cast for it’s current season.

While it may be ending, The Goldbergs is currently “the longest-running live-action network comedy series” on the air, according to Deadline.

We are sad to say goodbye to the Goldbergs, but can’t wait to see what the cast does next!

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