TVShowsOnDVD.com reports that Shout! Factory plans on releasing a six-disc collection of episodes from the various incarnations of The Goldbergs sometime in early 2010. The sitcom ran from 1949 to 1956 on three networks — CBS, NBC and DuMont — as well as syndication, premiering on CBS in January of 1949 as a half-hour sitcom and ran until June of 1951. It then moved to NBC in February of 1952 as a thrice-weekly, fifteen-minute serial before reverting to a half-hour sitcom in July of 1953 and leaving the network in September of 1953. DuMont broadcast the series in a half-hour format from April to October of 1954. All of these network airings were live and reportedly the bulk of the CBS and NBC episodes no longer exist, although most of the DuMont episodes are still around. Another 39 episodes were filmed in 1955 and released in syndication during 1956; all of these episodes exist.
A ten-episode collection consisting of syndicated episodes was released in April of 2008 by Timeless Media Group. The upcoming release from Shout! Factory may include upwards of sixty episodes, including the 39 filmed episodes for syndication, according to The Classic TV History Blog. More information, of course, will be released in the future, including an accurate episode count and more.