After Jeff Garlin was accused of misbehaving on set, his character will be killed off in the next season of The Goldbergs. 

After Jeff Garlin was accused of misbehaving on set, the co-showrunners of the ABC sitcom The Goldbergs talked about what would happen to his character in the next season.

Garlin, who played Murray Goldberg, the family patriarch, left the show in 2021 after an internal investigation into claims that the 60-year-old actor's actions

and words made his coworkers uncomfortable. In a new interview with Entertainment Weekly,

Alex Barnow said that Garlin's character will have died by the time the show comes back for season 10. "This is a family that hasn't come to terms with the fact that their father is dead,

but has moved on and dealt with a lot of that," he said. So, to start, we're happy about the baby coming and excited about the future.

It's a chance to find out why people are acting the way they are for this interesting emotional reason. "

Chris Bishop, who is also a co-showrunner, said, "It really feels like a big restart for us. So we have a lot going for us as we start this new season. "

Soon after the 2021 news came out, Garlin denied that he had been fired. He did, however, admit that he had been investigated by human resources every

year during his last three years on the show. He said this was because he "missed" jokes. Barnow said, "I've talked to Jeff, and he knows that he's not being replaced."

In all honesty, I don't know if he knows what will happen to him, but I think he does. The next season of Curb Your Enthusiasm, which is led by Larry David and airs on HBO,

will be the show's 12th. Garlin is set to keep playing the same character. The 10th season of The Goldbergs starts on ABC in the US on September 21.

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