Yoo-hoo, Mrs. Goldberg Reviews
"The Goldbergs" not only has an important place in television history but also in the current events of the times by presenting a Jewish family in New York City without stereotypes in a time of growing anti-semitism in the 1930's. And the television program would be adversely affected by the Blacklist of the 1950's, despite its huge popularity. Sadly enough, "The Goldbergs" has faded somewhat from memory as it has not found a new audience with younger generations which hopefully this fine documentary helps to rectify.
An interesting piece of Radio/TV History with the added value of interviews by Susan Stanberg and Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Sure, the filmmaker employs the "talking-head" format quite often, but Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg and NPR's Susan Stamberg are capable of presenting their positions with authority.