The fate of Jeff Garlin’s character in ABC’s The Goldbergs is set to take place in the Season 10 premiere Wednesday, September 21 on NBC.
Since the middle of Season 9, Garlin’s character, Murray, the Beloved Goldberg patriarch, has been largely absent from family life and in the Season 10 premiere, audiences will learn that he is in been dead for a long time.
The new season will feature a time jump of a few months, with the Goldberg family mostly dealing with his passing.
Pleasemynews has everything you need to know about Garlin’s quick release from The Goldbergs Last year.
The departure of Jeff Garlin from The Goldbergs is the result of an HR investigation into his on-set behavior.
Garlin faced multiple allegations of on-set misconduct, which he downplayed as “foolishness” in an interview with vanity lounge, just days before her official exit from the show is announced on December 16, 2021.
His departure was effective immediately.
In the interview with vanity lounge, Garlin said: “My opinion is that I have my process of how funny I am, in terms of performing and what I have to do. They feel that makes it a ‘dangerous’ workspace. Now, attention, my the stupidity of creating a dangerous workspace – I don’t understand how it is.
He continued, “I’m always a kind and caring person. I make mistakes, of course. But my acting is all about relieving people’s pain. Why would I want to put someone in pain for a laugh? bullying. It’s just unwarranted.”
His release was a “mutual agreement” between him and Sony Pictures Television, Variety reported. Pleasemynews has reached out to Sony Pictures Television and representatives for Garlin for comment.
Season 10 will mark the first time Garlin will be absent from an episode of The Goldbergs after nine years on ABC.
The Goldbergs showrunners Alex Barnow and Chris Bishop poked fun at Weekly entertainmenthow Murphy’s absence will affect the Goldberg family moving forward, sharing that newlyweds Erica (played by Hayley Orrantia) and Geoff (Sam Lerner) will welcome their first child into the world.
Barnow shared: “It’s going to be a family that hasn’t come to terms with having its dad gone, but has kind of moved on and dealt with a lot of things.
“So we’re starting off with optimism about having a baby coming and looking forward to the future. It’s an opportunity for this interesting emotional basis for how people behave.”
Bishop added: “Honestly, it feels like a huge restart for us. So we have a ton of momentum going into this new season.”
The Goldbergs Season 10 airs Wednesdays at 8:30 p.m. ET on ABC.