The Goldbergs Season 8 Update: From childhood and his Goldberg family in the 1980s, it is complemented by his childhood version. On May 21, 2020, ABC renewed its eighth season series, which began on October 21, 2020
Broadcasting via ABC television network, this comedy takes a look at life as seen by a young boy growing up in a Goldberg family in the 1980s.
The youngest child Adam (Giambrone) is obsessed with movies and spends his time writing down the descent of his colorful family. Mother Beverly (McLendon-Covey) loves to take care of her family and interfere in their lives while Father Murray (Garlin )’s parents come to the comfort of his recliner.
The Goldbergs Season 8 Cast and Characters
Meanwhile, middle-aged Barry (Gentile) has no spiritual interest and his best friend, Geoff “Madman” Schwartz (Lerner) is dating Erica. Grandfather Al “Pops” Solomon (Segal) is a wild man of the family.
Goldbergs is set in the 1980s in Jenkintown, Pennsylvania, and reflects the authenticity of the 80s with preadolescents, and later in the series, the eyes of young people.
The show relies heavily on the show’s childhood, where he used to record video events – many of these videos are replicated throughout the program, with an earlier version than the one shown before the end of the credits.
The series plays Jeff Garlin as patriarch Murray and Wendi McLendon-Covey as Matriarch Beverly. Beverly’s father, Albert “Pops” Solomon (George Segal), is always there to give advice or help to his grandchildren (usually behind his daughter).
The modern “Adult Adam” (Patton Oswalt) describes all the episodes as happening in the “1980-something”. Episodes of the show are often formed around pop culture tradition in a non-sequential sequence, and each season contains references from every decade.
There is a lot of talk about local Philadelphia businesses, including a series of Wawa stores, a Gimbel department store, Willow Grove Park Mall, and Kremp’s Florist in Willow Grove, Pennsylvania. In addition, the guest stars of the 1980s culture as many as themselves in the show and a few numbers from the guest star of Goldberg’s life as fictional characters.
The eighth season of The Goldbergs averaged 0.78 for 18-49 people and 3.92 million viewers. Compared to season 7, that dropped by 11% on demos and 6% on viewers.