Decades Network

The Goldbergs

Weeknights 5:30 & 7P, Sun 6:30 & 7:30p

Apr. 23 at 5:30pm
'You’re Not Invited' HD

Adam plans to invite Dana to his laser-tag birthday party, but Barry thinks the game is juvenile and persuades Adam to host a make-out party in the basement instead. When Beverly finds out about the gathering, she tries to get Murray to intervene. Elsewhere, Pops and Murray get caught up watching the opening of Al Capone's safe on TV.

Apr. 23 at 7pm
'I Heart Video Dating' HD

While certain that an aptitude test will put him on a career path to being an NFL punter, motorcyclist, detective or rap assassin, Barry is upset to learn he’s best suited to be a bookkeeper. Despite Murray’s insistence that he follow that path, after reviewing his three criteria for an awesome career – unchallenged authority, no desk or formal pants, and athletic skill and physical intimidation – Barry concludes that he’s cut out to be a gym teacher. So when Barry asks to be his apprentice, Coach Mellor takes him under his wing. Although Murray is certain that his son will soon abandon the idea, after seeing him and the coach jogging at 5 a.m., he resolves to put a stop to it himself. 

Apr. 24 at 5:30pm
'The Age Of Darkness' HD

In the weeks since Erica began dating her neighbor Drew Kremp, it’s been “The Time of Great Peace” at the Goldberg house. But when Drew breaks up with her, Erica’s emotional tailspin plunges the entire family into “The Age of Darkness.” Unable to see her daughter in such turmoil, Beverly turns to Drew’s mother, Virginia, for answers. When Virginia hints that the relationship is definitely over, Beverly claims Erica already has some new guys – and even a girl – chasing her. So after Erica melts down when she sees Drew is dating her classmate Tracy Sullivan, Beverly vows to find her a new boyfriend fast. Meanwhile, when Barry gets hooked on the new video arcade game Punch-Out, he’ll stop at nothing to get the money to play it.

Apr. 24 at 7pm
'George! George Glass!' HD

While trying to talk his friends into joining his Saturday Night Live Society, Adam spots Zoe McIntosh, a junior he had a crush on when he saw her working at a diner four years ago. Though Evy warns against it, Adam’s friends encourage him to take another shot at a date now that he’s in high school. When Zoe remembers him from the diner but not his name, Adam tries to appear sophisticated by taking a page from The Brady Bunch and inventing a fake older girlfriend, à la Jan Brady’s “George Glass.”

Apr. 25 at 5:30pm
'A Wrestler Named Goldberg' HD

After Beverly declares karate, break dancing and ice hockey too dangerous, Barry is resigned to never playing a sport again. So when the coach invites him to join the varsity wrestling team, Barry asks Murray to sign the permission slip. As a former wrestler himself, Murray couldn’t be happier and offers to teach his son some moves. But because Barry learned everything he knows from watching professional wrestling on TV, Murray realizes he has a big job ahead of him.

Apr. 25 at 7pm
'Crazy Calls' HD

Adam quickly realizes that navigating the social hierarchy of the lunch room is troublesome—until he discovers that Michael C. Levy and Michael Z. Levy playing their favorite games in the computer lab during lunch. Meanwhile, after realizing that he’s been missing a lot of phone messages, Murray buys an answering machine. However, the new gadget launches Murray into a message war with his father.

Apr. 26 at 5:30pm
'Livin’ On A Prayer' HD

When Murray’s high school invites him back to commemorate his free throw record and his team’s state basketball championship, Beverly insists they leave the kids with Pops for the weekend and go. Because he’s having trouble getting respect at school, Barry seizes on his parents’ absence to throw a party. When it looks like no one is coming, Pops appeals to Erica to give her brother a break and invite a couple of her friends. However, even though Erica only calls Lainey Lewis, she triggers an avalanche of responses that fills the Goldberg home with a swarm of party-hungry teens.

Apr. 26 at 7pm
'Stefan King' HD

Inspired by novelist Stephen King, Adam writes a horror story featuring an overbearing mother called Veeberly. Despite Adam’s efforts to keep his work-in-progress under wraps, Beverly stumbles upon it and, unable to recognize that she’s the monster, gives it to her book club. Jealous of Geoff and Evy’s date to the Halloween dance, Erica claims that she is going with Lainey’s older cousin, Nate.

Apr. 28 at 6:30pm
'Recipe For Death II: Kiss The Cook' HD

Adam is surprised when Murray gives him money for a homemade action movie. However, upon seeing what his $80 paid for, Murray is disappointed. So when Adam says that it will take a much larger budget to meet his demanding standards, Murray borrows his cousin’s professional filmmaking equipment for him to use. Erica invites Beverly on a mother-daughter shopping trip. While Erica has something from Benetton in mind, Beverly insists they shop at Gimbels.

Apr. 28 at 7:30pm
'Ho-ly K.I.T.T.' HD

Thanksgiving finds Murray and his brother fighting over their Knight Rider fandom. Meanwhile, things in the kitchen heat-up as Beverly and Bill Lewis begin a turkey cook-off.

Apr. 29 at 5:30pm
'Weird Science' HD

As Adam looks to Weird Science to launch Barry’s  epic senior year, Beverly pitches in to help Erica start her college career.

Apr. 29 at 7pm
'The Greatest Musical Ever Written' HD

Barry objects when Adam and Lainey are cast as lovers in the school’s production of Phantom of the Opera. Beverly uses her position as a substitute teacher to make sure that Erica can’t coast through her senior year.

About the Show

In the not-too-distant 1980s, a young boy armed with a video camera chronicles the lives of his loving yet chaotic family. With an overprotective mom (Wendi McLendon-Covey), a gruff but caring dad (Jeff Garlin) and a lovable lothario of a grandpa (George Segal), Adam (Sean Giambrone) and his siblings Barry (Troy Gentile) and Erica (Hayley Orrantia) come of age in a time when the Internet was just a dream, the VCR ruled the world and there was a power ballad for every occasion.