Entertainment The Goldbergs Pays Tribute to the Late George Segal During His Final Episode: 'We Will Miss You'
'Attack on Titan' Final Season's Episodes 14 and 15 to Air Sunday Following Delay
The most recently scheduled episode didn't air in Japan after a 4.7 magnitude earthquake struck the country.Late Sunday, a 4.7 magnitude earthquake hit Western Japan and the country's broadcasting stations were glued to coverage of the seismic event. This understanably kept episode 14 of Attack on Titan's final season (episode 73 of the series overall) from airing on Japanese television, which then led to a delay in the simulcast on streaming services.
ABC has said farewell to the late.
Segal's final episode ofaired on Wednesday night. The actor played the role of Albert "Pops" Solomon on the sitcom for the past eight years.
At the end of Wednesday's episode, the network included a heartfelt video paying tribute to the late actor's contribution to the show.
The tribute began with a card that read "Dedicated to our friend, George."
The homage included joyful scenes from the past eight seasons of Pops creating special moments with everyone in the Goldberg family and passing along meaningful life advice.
George Segal, Oscar-Nominated Actor and 'Goldbergs' Star, Dead at 87
The celebrated, groundbreaking actor died Tuesday due to complications during heart surgery.Segal's wife of over two decades, Sonia Segal, confirmed the news in a statement to ET Tuesday evening, sharing, "The family is devastated to announce that this morning George Segal passed away due to complications from bypass surgery.
The video ended with the message: "We will miss you, George."
Segal died in March at age 87 of complications from a bypass surgery. His wife, Sonia Segal, confirmed the news in a statement obtained by PEOPLE.
"The family is devastated to announce that this morning George Segal passed away due to complications from bypass surgery," she said.
In a previous statement to PEOPLE, the cast and crew of The Goldbergs said they are "devastated at the loss of our dear friend, George."
"He was kind, sweet, beyond talented and funny. George was the true epitome of class and he touched all of our lives so deeply," the statement said. "It was an honor and a privilege to have him as a colleague and friend all of these years. It is no surprise to any of us that knew him so well that he is a true national treasure. He will be missed by all. POPS, we will miss your banjo playing and your infectious laugh."
"Lost Legend": Mourning for Actor George Segal
© American Broadcasting Companies, Inc./rick Rowell / Getty Images George Segal died at the age of 87 years. He played with the great of the US cinema and was last in a series a star: George Segal died at the age of 87 years. The US actor George Segal is dead. As his wife announced the portal "Deadline", Segal was died at the age of 87 years "on the complications of a heart-bypass operation". The actor's family is "destroyed on the ground," it continues in the message.
Segal's acting credits span decades, beginning in the 1960s. He is best known for his roles in films including Ship of Fools, Where's Poppa?, Blume in Love, For the Boys, King Rat and Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? — the performance that earned him an Oscar nod.
He also made numerous guest appearances over the years on several television shows, including Entourage, Boston Legal, Private Practice and Pushing Daisies.
On the big screen, Segal appeared in supporting roles as's father in Love & Other Drugs and 's doctor and friend in Elsa & Fred.
He also won two Golden Globes, once for most promising newcomer (a since discontinued award) in 1965 for the film The New Interns, and once for his performance in the romantic comedy A Touch of Class in 1974.
'The Goldbergs' Pay Tribute to the Late George Segal in His Final Episode .
The sitcom honored the memory of the beloved star with a special tribute.Segal died on March 23 at the age of 87, and portrayed the beloved grandfather of The Goldberg household for all 179 episodes of the show's run.