As "Parenthood" finishes its sixth and final season, it's clear the storyline is building to some sort of big Braverman family event, and creator Jason Katims has hinted that it will be a death. But while Zeek's health problems make him the likeliest one to die, what if it's Kristina? Here's the (admittedly circumstantial) evidence for our case:- Although we initially suspected Katims' very vague comments were a red herring and that no one would die, the first nine episodes of Season 6 made it pretty clear the Bravermans are heading toward a tragedy. RELATED: 'Parenthood' Season 6 premiere: Zeek's not going to die, is he?- Kristina bravely battled breast cancer and won, but anyone who has fought the disease themselves or has a loved one who suffered from cancer knows that it can come back at any time in any form. Kristina hasn't passed the requisite five years she needs to be considered in... http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Zap2it/~3/Z9PXnOMdmE8/parenthood_season_6_finale_death_kristina_braverman_conspiracy_theory-2014-12
Time for an all new This Week in TV where Kendra and Rachel tell you - of course - what's happening on TV this week! While the XXI Olympic Winter Games were a fun diversion, we're pretty psyched that they're over and that some of our favorite shows are now returning! K & R discuss what's back - including many of our NBC favorites (Chuck, The Office) - and some new premieres - including Parenthood ! They also discuss some strange guest starring roles, in honor of Mischa Barton's somewhat odd guest starring role on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit this week. To find out what she plays, you'll have to watch: This Week in TV - 2.28.2010 You can find these videos from week to week on the TV tab. As always, we'd love to hear your comments and feedback below in comments! Which recent guest stars have you found to be the most bizarre?