Jeff Garlin's 'Goldbergs' character will be dead for the sitcom's tenth season

Jeff Garlin's personality on "The Goldbergs" will be dead when the tenth season of the sitcom debuts on ABC one month from now.

In a new meeting with Entertainment Weekly, showrunners Chris Bishop and Alex Barnow made sense of how they composed Garlin's Murray Goldberg, the patriarch of the Goldberg family, out of the show.

The most recent season of "The Goldbergs" is set to make a big appearance almost a year after Garlin withdrew the program following a HR examination concerning his conduct on set.

"[Garlin is] not going to be on the season, clearly," Barnow told theusanewstimes.com in a Q&A distributed Tuesday.

"[Murray] will have passed, and we are somewhat beginning from a position of numerous months eliminated from his demise.

The family has proactively lamented. ... This will be a family that has not accommodated the way that their dad's gone however has kind of continued on and has managed a ton of that. ...

It's a chance for this intriguing profound reason for the manner in which individuals are acting.

Yet, Jeff won't be in the series this year, thus far the narratives have been generally about looking forward as opposed to thinking back."

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