Air Date: September 24th, 2013
In the 1980s, geeky Adam uses a video camera to document the antics of his overprotective mother, stern father and two older siblings.
Next Episode - Season 5, Ep. : 1990-SomethingJan 24, 2018
A mother who is desperate to spare her daughters the social pitfalls of high school finds herself torn between the very different philosophies of the head of school and coach Mellor; Beverly meddles despite no longer having children at the school.
Season 5 - Episode 13 : The Hooters Jan 17, 2018
Adam's silly antics in class distract his woodshop teacher -- who nearly injures himself; Geoff and Beverly try to become more cultured in an attempt to keep Erica close.
Season 5 - Episode 12 : Dinner With the Goldbergs Jan 10, 2018
Erica warns Geoff about going to dinner with her family, but he insists; by dinner's end, Geoff hits his breaking point.
Season 5 - Episode 11 : The Goldberg Girls Jan 3, 2018
Afraid of being alone in her old age, Beverly tries to bond with other moms; Erica gets annoyed at Geoff's romantic gestures.
Season 5 - Episode 10 : We Didn't Start the Fire Dec 13, 2017
Erica tells Beverly she is going to spend the first night of Hanukkah with Geoff and his family; Beverly worries and starts a competition for who hosts the best Hanukkah party; Barry seeks advice from Pops on how to be cool.
Season 5 - Episode 9 : Parents Just Don't Understand Dec 6, 2017
Adam and Barry don't get the reaction they expect from Murray when they write a song called "Dads Just Don't Care"; Beverly takes drastic measures to change Erica's mind about needing some space.
The Goldbergs banks on nostalgia for its charm, but needs to build on something more for us to really care about this family. Show More
The Goldbergs's ostensibly endearing premise is sadly also its biggest flaw. Goldberg's on-screen representation as prepubescent Adam (Sean Giambrone) fails to complement the voiceover narration and meaningful asides of adult Adam (Patton Oswalt) in any substantial way. Show More
The Goldbergs has a solid adult cast, but the whole thing leans heavily on broad humor and cartoonish moments--and did I mention that it's LOUD. Show More