Decades Network

The Goldbergs

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

Jan. 18 at 5:30pm
'Big Orange' HD

Having grown tired of Barry always wearing a Philadelphia Flyers jersey he lovingly calls Big Orange, Beverly and Lainey conspire to get him to change his wardrobe. After taking him on a shopping spree, they are stunned when he ignores their choices and returns to Big Orange. Meanwhile, Adam tries to get Erica reminisce about all the good times they had in their childhood treehouse running their detective agency—The Goldberg Gang.


Jan. 18 at 7pm
'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.


Jan. 20 at 6:30pm
'Jedi Master Adam Skywalker' HD

With the release of the yearbook just around the corner, Barry launches an aggressive campaign to be named “Best” something at William Penn Academy. When Beverly intervenes to stop him from terrorizing Adam in an attempt to earn Best Bully, his classmates recommend Best Mama’s Boy. 


Jan. 20 at 7:30pm
'Graduation Day' HD

Even though she’s not leaving for another three months, Erica is already packed for college and planning to spend the whole summer with her boyfriend Geoff. Unwilling to accept that her daughter is going away, Beverly unveils her detailed schedule for spending as much time together as possible. While Geoff doesn’t want to come between them, Pops warns Beverly that pressuring Erica is actually driving her into her boyfriend’s arms. 


Jan. 21 at 5:30pm
'Have A Summer' HD

With the last day of school approaching, Adam and his fellow junior high graduates panic at the thought of a cruel hazing ritual performed by the William Penn Academy’s upperclassmen. Though Beverly promises to protect Adam from the prank, she gets caught up in reminiscing of the past and begins to obsess about Adam’s baby blanket.


Jan. 21 at 7pm
'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.


Jan. 22 at 5:30pm
'Love Is a Mix Tape' HD

It’s a new school year and Adam wants to do something to inspire Dana Caldwell to become his girlfriend, so he assembles a mixtape of songs that sum up his feelings for her. But when Beverly finds it first and assumes it’s for her, she declares Adam her favorite child and sets out to spend as much time together as humanly possible. 

Jan. 22 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.


Jan. 23 at 5:30pm
'Mama Drama' HD

Upon learning that this year’s school musical is Jesus Christ Superstar, Beverly insists that Adam audition for the lead. Excited by the thought of starring in his favorite musical opposite his girlfriend Dana, Adam agrees to let Beverly try to get him the part. Meanwhile, when Murray’s insistence that they leave a Flyers hockey game early to beat the traffic causes them to miss its spectacular finish, Barry says that he won’t be joining him at any more games.


Jan. 23 at 7pm
'Globetrotters' HD

When Barry is too sick to go, Murray insists that Adam take his ticket to see the Harlem Globetrotters. Though Adam tries to get out of it, once he sees how hilarious they are, he’s sold on basketball. So when Barry tells him and his friends to stop mimicking the Globetrotters, Adam challenges him to a game that will determine who can claim the team as their own. Though Barry wins, Adam gets some private revenge by editing the video of the game to look like his team won. But after the embarrassing tape gets around school, Barry bans Adam from doing anything he’s also interested in. 


Jan. 24 at 5:30pm
'The Facts Of Bleeping Life' HD

Although they haven’t settled on a name, Adam and Barry do agree that their new garage band will make them superstars. So when the wedding of Prince Charles and Princess Diana inspires Beverly to renew her vows with Murray, Adam and Barry convince their parents to hire them to play at the ceremony. However, hoping to impress Erica’s best friend Lainey Lewis, Barry lets them join the band without telling Adam. Meanwhile, when Beverly surprises him with a request to hear his vows in advance, Murray panics and recites the lyrics to the theme song from Family Ties. Although Beverly is moved, her friend Virginia Kremp tells her that he stole his vows from the TV show.


Jan. 24 at 7pm
'Han Ukkah Solo' HD

During a rehearsal for the school’s annual holiday concert, Ms. Cinoman expects Erica to solo in “Dreidel, Dreidel, Dreidel” – which is news to her. After she sees the sign-up sheet with her name on it, Erica suspects the work of her mother. When confronted, Beverly insists that Erica has to sing something, if only because Pops lives for her annual Hanukkah solo. But when she and Ms. Cinoman can’t come up with a different song and their only alternative is one that Barry wrote, Erica agrees to compose another one herself. Meanwhile, Adam’s disappointment with a bootleg version of the Star Wars Holiday Special causes him to lose his childlike sense of wonder.

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.