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'The Goldbergs' Season 10 Officially Happening, Jeff Garlin Not Returning

It's been announced that The Goldbergs Season 10 is officially happening, but series star Jeff Garlin will not be returning. According to The Hollywood Reporter, star and executive producer Wendi McLendon-Covey recently signed a new deal with Sony Pictures Television which will see her return to the show with the rest of its producers. Pers sources, the agreement includes an option for the show to be renewed for an 11th season.
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'The Goldbergs' Renewed for Season 10 Without Jeff Garlin

ABC has picked up family comedy The Goldbergs for Season 10, though with one caveat — Jeff Garlin will not appear in the forthcoming season. His departure was announced back in December following several reports of misconduct and multiple HR investigations into the comedian's behavior on set. A tenth...
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Why The Goldbergs Season 10 Is Almost Definitely Happening Despite Jeff Garlin Exit And CGI Murray Snafu

Now that we're essentially in "Network TV Cancellation Awareness Season," audiences everywhere are waiting to hear what the future holds for the past year's biggest hits andmisses. Fate hasn't been so kind to now-cancelled shows such as Fox's freshman drama The Big Leap and NBC's veteran medical drama New Amsterdam (which technically has another season to go). But what of ABC's long-running '80s comedy The Goldbergs? Well, despite any predictions that the network might pull the plug in the aftermath of Jeff Garlin's midseason exit, a big behind-the-scenes move was made that points to Season 10's imminent existence.

'The Goldbergs' Wendi McLendon-Covey Responds to Criticism Over Jeff Garlin Body Double and Superimposed Face

Wendi McLendon-Covey is clapping back at a fan who criticized the way The Goldbergs is handling Jeff Garlin's exit. Garlin, who played the family patriarch, Murray Goldberg, since the show's inception, had not yet finished production on the show's ninth season when he decided to leave the show. While Garlin told Vanity Fair, earlier this month that he had not been fired from the show, investigations into the comedian's on-set behavior and accusations of misconduct ultimately led to his departure.

Jeff Garlin Allegedly ‘Doesn’t Want to Be’ on ‘The Goldbergs’ and ‘Wants to Leave Mid-Scene’

Click here to read the full article. The allegations against “The Goldbergs” star Jeff Garlin have thrown the ABC series “for a loop” when filming its ninth season. Co-star Wendi McLendon-Covey took to Twitter to respond to criticisms of the sitcom using a stand-in for Garlin, namely during scenes pivotal to the plot. Garlin’s role was significantly cut down due to an ongoing three-year investigation into HR complaints involving toxic workplace allegations. Garlin insisted to Vanity Fair in December 2021 that he was “not fired” from the series. Variety later reported that Garlin would not film any new episodes of “The Goldbergs” for...

The Goldbergs star Wendi McLendon-Covey responds to digitally inserted Jeff Garlin: "We're doing our best" since he "doesn't want to to be there"

On Monday, journalist and critic Noel Murray posted a clip of a creepy-looking CGI Garlin, tweeting: "They should either cancel The Goldbergs or kill off Jeff Garlin’s character because the workarounds they’ve been using this season ain’t working." Garlin left The Goldbergs in December following investigations into allegations of his on-set misconduct. McLendon-Covey responded to Murray's clip on Tuesday, tweeting: "Thanks for the great suggestion Noel! This season threw us for a loop because a.) it's hard to incorporate someone who doesn't want to be there and wants to leave mid-scene, and b.) we werent about to re-write the 2nd half of the season. We're doing our best."

Joss Whedon and Jeff Garlin deserve credit for being candid about their workplace misconduct

Whedon's New York magazine cover story profile by Lila Shapiro and Garlin's interview with Vanity Fair's Maureen Ryan were illuminating in how they each confirmed their bad behavior in the workplace, says Melanie McFarland. "Please understand, I am not offering my cheers in sarcastic celebration of Whedon's and Garlin's separate and unrelated authoring of their ironic reversals," says McFarland. "I really do mean to express gratitude for their unfiltered perspective on how they abused their power in the workplace. In both cases, the veracity of what they claim isn't as crucial to the larger societal discourse about worker mistreatment, ineffectual human resource departments and terrible bosses. The treasure is in what their words reveal about how such people think. As we reexamine the many reasons behind the so-called Great Resignation, that culture-wide trend of workers voluntarily leaving their jobs, one that bobs to the surface again and again is the end of our ability to abide thoughtless peers and terrible bosses. In November 4.5 million Americans quit their jobs, setting a new record high according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Polling suggests many left those old jobs for situations offering higher pay and better overall working conditions. Alongside that, more of us are assessing how our day jobs impact our quality of life, which translates to our willingness to put up with bosses like Whedon and colleagues like Garlin...The greater service in these stories is that they put voices, faces and a language to abuse and misconduct. They explain how it is that human resources departments and corporate overlords can claim to disagree as to what constitutes unacceptable behavior between managers and employees, or fellow associates."

Fired ‘The Goldbergs’ Star Jeff Garlin Will Still Appear This Season, Via Previously Shot Footage (EXCLUSIVE)

Jeff Garlin’s sudden depature from “The Goldbergs” over multiple misconduct allegations — which resulted last week in a mutual agreement to leave the Sony Pictures Television-produced ABC sitcom — has left the show in an unusual bind. How should Garlin’s character, Murray Goldberg, be dealt with on the show, given that Season 9 of “The Goldbergs” is in full swing and his sudden disappearance would be noticeable? While there could be a number of options for the creative team to address the situation, Variety has learned that the plan for now is that Garlin will indeed appear in the rest of...
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Jeff Garlin will reportedly stay on ‘The Goldbergs’ through old video footage, despite ‘mutual’ exit

Jeff Garlin has left “The Goldbergs,” but Murray Goldberg is sticking around. The male lead of the ABC comedy parted ways last week after confirming multiple HR investigations into his on-set behavior, but according to Variety, his character will continue to appear in the rest of the ninth season through off-camera dialogue previously recorded, unused takes and previously shot images, a la Carrie Fisher in “Rise of Skywalker.”