Let's take a look at some figures. The current season's premiere of The Goldbergs has garnered about 6.20 million viewers with a 1.82 key demo (P18-49). This indicator is just ten percent less in comparison with last season's premiere. But another thing truly amazes. There is almost no volatility in the subsequent episodes of the season. The figures fluctuate some percents, without sudden splashes from season to season. That's why ABC adores The Goldbergs. Indeed, just look at the viewing figures below. The first season was a bit volatile, while the rest were quite steady. Isn't it a reason to pick up the series for two more seasons?
The same rule applies to a reception by the target audience. If we look up at the figures by Rotten Tomatoes, the current season of The Goldbergs has a score of 4.5/5 and a 90% approval rating. This number remains with the show within four seasons. On Metacritic, the sitcom has a score of 7.3/10 among the viewers. The previous seasons had a rating between 7.0-8.3. Meanwhile, an overall score of The Goldbergs on IMDb is 8.2/10 > 21,000 votes.
Summing up, we are inclined to believe that The Goldbergs would remain in the ABC lineup for much more seasons. This show looks like a long-term project with the incredible potential for renewal. The series combines all the features of success, such as unthinkable steady television ratings, very positive response from critics and viewers, and, of course, hordes of fans who adore The Goldbergs. We hope that in the next season we faced lots of funny stories filmed by Adam on camera.
What Is The Goldbergs About?If you have not yet watched this sitcom on ABC, please, read the synopsis below.
This period sitcom draws inspiration from the epoch of 1980's. The show's protagonist, Adam, feels himself a young director, who chronicles the not boring life of his family on video camera. The Goldbergs is a Jewish family living in Jenkintown, Pennsylvania, consisting of Beverly, Murray, and their three children, as well as a grandpa, named Solomon. Beverly is an overprotective mother, while Murray frequently got mad, that's why he can't raise his children without screaming; Adam's elder brother, Barry, experiences a middle-child syndrome, being an excessively self-confident teenager; Erica is a talented musician with a rebellious temper, who used to dominate upon her brothers. Finally, Solomon is the wit of the family. He doesn't look old enough. On the contrary, he feels youth in the heart, but always ready to assist with the adult advice.