'The Goldbergs' 1990s spinoff lands series order at ABC

Brunilde Fioravanti
Aprile 17, 2018

Tim Meadows and Bryan Callen will continue their roles from the parent show, and AJ Michalka will play an older version of her character Lainey Lewis, now a teacher at her former school. However, the network made a decision to air it as a backdoor pilot in the January 24 episode of "The Goldbergs" titled "The Goldbergs: 1990-Something" as a gesture that ABC might consider giving the project a try.

According to Variety, the alphabet network put in the series order on Monday. The series is slated for 2018-2019.

Also starring on the upcoming series, which pilot aired as an episode of "The Goldbergs" in January, are AJ Michalka and Bryan Callen. It was the highest-rated episode of the season at that point. Goldberg and exec producer Marc Firek kept the idea alive, however, and ABC aired the pilot as an episode of "The Goldbergs" in January. The series is from Sony Pictures Television and ABC Studios. "They're heroes", Goldberg said. "It's really freaky to us".

"For me, every show that's about teachers, and there's been a number of them, they're like misfits who hate the kids and don't want to be there and hate their jobs", he told Deadline past year. Ours was a family meets the work place. "It had a diverse cast they were looking for, and it had two of the most popular characters from its No. 2 show". With Long unavailable, Firek, Goldberg and fellow EP Doug Robinson reworked the premise some.

The Goldbergs is now in its fifth season and will be back for a sixth next season.

Sean Giambrone stars as Adam, alongside Jeff Garlin as his father and Wendi McLendon-Covey as his mom. Patton Oswalt narrates the show from adult Adam's perspective. According to TV Series Finale, the show has averaged 5.7 million viewers and a 1.49 18-49 rating this season.

New episodes of The Goldbergs air on ABC Wednesdays at 8 p.m. ET.

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