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Lauren Graham's CW Dramedy Snags an Unfamous Title (But What About a Pick-Up?)

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With The CW expected to start formally ordering pilots in the coming days, new details are emerging (OK, a single detail — but it’s a biggie!) about one of the network’s buzziest properties: The Lauren Graham-penned dramedy based on the Parenthood star’s debut novel, Someday, Someday Maybe. READ MORE

Lauren Graham Reunites With The CW, Debut Novel in Development at Network

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Lorelai Gilmore is coming home.

The CW is working with its former star (and Gilmore Girls alum) Lauren Graham to develop a series based on the actress’ first novel, Someday, Someday Maybe …READ MORE

Parenthood EP David Hudgins on Hank's Status and a New Path for Sarah that Will 'Let Her Shine'

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Parenthood Season 5 Spoilers

With Jason Ritter off romancing Alexis Bledel on Fox’s Us & Them and Matt Lauria thisclose to closing a deal to return to Parenthood, one of the last remaining questions surrounding the NBC drama’s Season 5 is: What’s the status of Ray Romano‘s polarizing (kinda) homewrecker Hank? READ MORE

Lauren Graham on Parenthood's Renewal, a Gilmore Movie and Being Mrs. Joel McHale

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When Lauren Graham stopped by the TVLine offices recently, it wasn’t just for a casual sit-and-run. We had a lot to catch up on!

Besides sharing her hopes for the next season of Parenthood (“In 22 episodes, I’m pretty sure Sarah Braverman can stop sleeping on the pullout bed!”) and recalculating the odds of a Gilmore Girls movie …READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO

Parenthood's Lauren Graham to Help Old Friend Matthew Perry Go On

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Matthew Perry is getting an assist from a good friend.

Parenthood‘s Lauren Graham will guest-star on her pal’s new NBC comedy Go On …READ MORE

Exclusive Parenthood Preview: Ray Romano’s Hank Creates Conflict Between Sarah and Mark

Parenthood Season 5 Spoilers

Fans of Parenthood‘s Mark and Sarah will not be happy to hear that, beginning this Tuesday (NBC, 10/9c), Ray Romano’s grumbly Hank will start to make waves in the pair’s relationship… albeit, unintentionally. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO

Parenthood: Lauren Graham Sets Record Straight on Sarah and Mark's Seemingly Doomed Fate


Without fail, NBC’s Parenthood leaves us a sobby mess every week. But when merely the promo for a new installment causes a minor breakdown, we know we’re in for a world of hurt — as was the case when a glimpse at the Season 3 finale (airing tonight at 10/9c) featured Sarah and Mark …READ MORE

Parenthood's Lauren Graham and Jason Ritter Talk Romance, Punches and TV Show Reunions


Parenthood‘s Sarah and Mark (played by Lauren Graham and Jason Ritter) seem like the perfect, happy couple, so naturally, the show’s writers plan to send them through a romantic obstacle course, of sorts. In tonight’s episode (airing on NBC at 10/9c), Mark will face a lot of Bravermans, but the biggest challenge comes from someone outside the family.

TVLine caught up with Lauren Graham and Jason Ritter to talk about …READ MORE

Parenthood Boss Jason Katims Talks Season 3: New Love, New Babies, New Heartbreak

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NBC’s Parenthood kicks off its third season this Tuesday at 10/9c, and thankfully there’s no shortage of family drama. Crosby (Dax Shepard) and Jasmine (Joy Bryant) are back out of love — but for how long? Adam (Peter Krause) and Kristina are baby-bound — but will complications ensue? Sarah (Lauren Graham) and Mark (Jason Ritter) are in puppy love — but there’s a twist. And that’s just a third of the Braverman clan!

Showrunner Jason Katims answers TVLine’s questions about what to expect from the heart-wrenching drama’s new year. READ MORE

Parenthood Exclusive: John Corbett Returning For Major Arc

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Sarah’s (Lauren Graham) about to get some juicy new material for her next play: John Corbett is returning to Parenthood as her recovering alcoholic ex Seth for a multi-episode arc, TVLine has learned exclusively.

His comeback coincides with the return of Jason Ritter as Sarah’s on-again, off-again boyfriend Mark, setting off what exec producer Jason Katims describes as a very complex triangle. READ MORE