On the last season finale of Parenthood , everybody seemed to get their happy ending. Marriage proposals were thrown about, dream colleges became a reality, partnerships between brothers managed to stay strong, new children were brough more
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Everybody loves Raymond...especially Parenthood exec producer Jason Katims , who created the role of Hank, a photographer, for Ray Romano . Hank is "a man of few words who can...
As we revealed last month, the "Parenthood" gang will be taking new family photos this season as Haddie preps to leave for college. Now, NBC has released two new gallery shots from the latest Braverman photoshoot. Of course, there's a pic of the newly mar more
Season four of NBC’s Parenthood promises to be a year of “new beginnings and unexpected endings” for the Braverman clan. The new trailer is brief, but it manages to pack in some significant teases, including giving us our first look at g more
Ray Romano is on his way to Parenthood .
And so is confirmation that Sarah said yes to Mark's proposal, along with bad news for fans of Amy and Drew, despite their naked actions on the Parenthood Season 3 finale.
The emotional NBC drama returns on T more
"Parenthood" has snagged several high-profile guest stars going into Season 4, ranging from the kind of weird to the super awesome. This one falls somewhere in between."American Idol" alumnus and Nikki Reed's husband Paul McDonald has been cast in early e more
Best news ever, or best news ever? "Friday Night Lights" star Matt Lauria is reuniting with executive producer Jason Katims for the fourth season of "Parenthood," as first reported by TVLine. Lauria, who played running back and pig enthusiast Luke Caffert more
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "My Brother's Wedding," the February 28 episode of NBC's "Parenthood," in which a great but messy show struggles to make things neat in a potential series finale. http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/whats-alan-watching/posts/parent more
Season three of Parenthood may have stumbled a bit more than I anticipated back in the fall, but last week's episode gave me a lot of hope for the finale. "Remember Me, I'm the One Who Loves You" was the equivalent of a late inning three-run home run more
The beginning of " My Brother's Wedding " was done so well. While they could have spent time going through the drama of breakups and the changes that the decision of Crosby and Jasmine made means to their other friends, they used a montage. Well done. We more
In tonight’s season finale, the "Parenthood" cast amped it all up tenfold, perplexing us further as to why this impassioned, everyone-can-relate show, riddled with quirks, a corniness, and real life issues, like Max’s autism, isn’t a rating’s juggernaut a more
One of Parenthood 's main strengths lies in its ability to take its storylines to the maximum point of tension, only to spend the final few episodes of the season letting the air out and watching the family react. Just when you begin t more
As a viewer, the season finale of Parenthood is bittersweet. I am so excited to see how things wrap up for the Braverman family but I will miss the anticipation of new episodes in the coming weeks. I have not closely followed any reports about more
" Remember Me, I'm the One Who Loves You " was full of typical Braverman emotional overkill. Too much love, caring and forgiveness for any family, sprinkled with what could amount to a healthy dose of heartache and disappointment. The kicker was we were l more
For some reason, season three of Parenthood hasn't been hitting me nearly as hard as season two, a collection of episodes that helped raise the show from promising newbie to one of the better dramas on television. As we head toward the end of the season, more