You've met The Goldbergs. Now get ready to meet the Kremps.
Tuesday's episode of the ABC comedy (9/8c) will introduce fans to the Kremps, the prim and proper — and quiet — neighbors of everyone's favorite super-loud family. And just like nearly everything about the retro series, the Kremps are based on actual people: They were creator Adam F. Goldberg's real-life neighbors growing up, and their son Chad is his BFF.
Why you should be watching The Goldbergs
"In real life, just by sheer chance, the Kremps had sons the same age as my brothers and me," Goldberg tells TVGuide.com. "So, regardless of differences ...
Mark Feuerstein says his Royal Pains' is going to face his greatest medical challenge yet.
"In every episode he saves every life, but in this season ... particularly with Jack O'Malley (Tom Cavanagh), it's never been a greater medical challenge," he tells TVGuide.com. "When that comes to a head, it takes the show into an epic and darker dimension than it's ever gone."
5 teases from Royal Pains' Return: A new love triangle and fallout from Divya's big blunder
Last time we checked with the HankMed crew on Royal Pains, it was back to blue skies in the Hamptons. Hank (Mark Feuerstein) and Evan (Paulo Costanzo) resolved their differences and helped persuade Paige's mom to undergo electroshock therapy; Hank and Jill (Jill Flint) were still together. But the calm waters will only last so long — especially after Divya (Reshma Shetty) prescribed the wrong medication for a HankMed patient, causing him to collapse at the end of the...
Before ABC's Revenge came along to revive the prime-time soap in all of its shamelessly melodramatic splendor, there was an irresistible British potboiler called Mistresses, a sort of Desperate Housewreckers about four glam chums with a knack for making a mess of their torrid relationships. Of which they've had plenty.