Here is all that we know about the series, The Goldbergs, and its eighth installment!
Well, as all the fans of the series, The Goldbergs know that after seven successful seasons of this awesome show, each person has a reason to believe that The Goldbergs is undoubtedly going to return for the eighth season and isn’t that great?
Even the cast members that have been employed in the series have updated at various intervals that they are in for another season. But every individual living on planet Earth knows that the entertainment industry is currently coping up with the aftermath of the pandemic created by the fatal Corona Virus, and The Goldbergs is one of those.
Here is why The Goldbergs stopped producing the final episode of the seventh season!
For providing safety to all the cast as well as the crew members present at the set of the series, the whole process of production was stopped on the 14th of March 2020. This news has been let out by Deadline, who says that all that the show has been left hanging in the middle with no time to film the plotted finale for the current season. And as a result of this fact, our favorite family in the entire world has said say goodbye to the seventh installment one episode early than it was planned for.
Hayley Orrantia has reprised the role of Erica Goldberg. She revealed that it was great that the whole crew halted their production even though they did not receive a chance to shoot their designated episode for its finale. She said this on the Red Carpet event for ABC.
Here is what Hayley Orrantia said about the renewal of The Goldbergs for an eighth season!
Hayley added that all the members on this project are very hopeful as well as excited for a new season, which they usually start filming later in August. Then this gorgeous actress went on to add that maybe the planned finale could be incorporated then.
Then on the social media platform Twitter, actress Wendi McLendon Covey who enacts the character of Beverly Goldberg, suggested a potential hint about the return of this show.