After six years at the helm, The Goldbergs Executive Producer / Producer Adam F. Goldberg leaves the comedy series ABC for season 7.
The Goldbergs Veterans Chris Bishop and Alex Barnow, who have been part of the series since its inception, have been named hosts of the series produced by Sony Pictures TV, where they are both under contract.
Goldberg will remain involved in the series and will continue as executive producer. He gave up his day-to-day showrunner responsibilities The Goldbergs, which turns on Sony, arrives shortly after Goldberg leaves Sony Pictures TV for a big deal at ABC studios. He should focus on the development of the Disney TV Studios unit.
Meanwhile, both Bishop and Barnow have reached global multi-year agreements with Sony Pictures TV that will take them to 2021.
In addition to The Goldbergs, derived series schooled also undergoes a change of showrunner. The children are well Creator Tim Doyle was recently named comedy showrunner ABC for his second season. He replaced Marc Firek, who co-created schooled with Goldberg and ran it during his freshman season.
Launched in 2013 and always teeming with references from the pop culture of the time, The Goldbergs tells the chaotic but loving family of the designer Goldberg, who grew up in the Reagan era. Sean Giambrone plays Adam, a nerdy teenager, obsessed with cinema, who seems to tell everything about his camcorder. Wendi McLendon-Covey and Jeff Garlin are her parents Beverly and Maury, with Troy Gentile and Hayley Orrantia for older siblings. George Segal is the free-minded but wise grandfather, and Patton Oswalt provides the Wonderful years-sque narration.
Goldberg, Doug Robinson, Alex Barnow, Chris Bishop and Annette Davis are executive producers. The Goldbergs is produced by Happy Madison, Doug Robinson Productions and Adam F. Goldberg Productions, in association with Sony Pictures Television.
Bishop is picked up by 3 Arts and attorney Bruce Gellman. Barnow is with lawyer Ken Richman.