"Yoo-Hoo, Mrs. Goldberg" is a humorous and eye-opening story of television pioneer Gertrude Berg, the creator, principal writer, and star of The Goldbergs. After a popular 17-year run on radio, The Goldbergs became television's very first character-driven domestic sitcom in 1949. The TV series ran until 1956, starring Berg in the central role as Molly, the big-hearted, stay-at-home mother of a Jewish family. Each episode captured their ordinary, daily life with all the ups and downs present in most families. The documentary features wonderful clips from The Goldbergs, archival footage from Berg's childhood and revealing interviews with people who knew her best. "Yoo-Hoo, Mrs. Goldberg" is an insightful, entertaining portrait of one of television's great pioneers.