Finale Post Mortem: Parenthood Boss on Sarah's 'Wrenching' Decision! Plus -- Season 5 Scoop!
It takes a lot to walk off with “biggest emotional twist” honors in a Parenthood episode that features a pregnancy, a cancer resolution, an adoption and two admissions to college.
Congratulations, Sarah and Amber. You killed us during the Season 4 finale Tuesday night. Now can you please pass the Kleenex?
Here, showrunner Jason Katims discusses …READ MORE
NBC Orders Two Pilots, Including Jason Katims-Produced Comedy About a Boy
NBC has ordered two pilots, including a single-camera comedy adaptation of About a Boy produced by Parenthood and Friday Night Lights exec producer Jason Katims.
The other project …READ MORE
Exclusive Parenthood Sneak Peek: Tensions Rise Between Julia and Victor! Will His Adoption Stick?
Are Parenthood‘s Joel and Julia about to find themselves without a second child… again?
The end of the NBC drama’s third season found the birth mother of the couple’s soon-to-be adoptive baby changing her mind, leaving them heartbroken — and with Victor, a new, much older son, courtesy of an eleventh hour adoption. Since then, however, the makeshift family …READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Parenthood Sneak Peek: Kristina Debuts 'Moving' New Look, Victor's Adoption Takes a 'Tricky' Turn
NBC is kicking off 2013 with an all-new Parenthood — the first of Season 4’s final four installments — and we have a handful of sneak peeks from the New Year’s Day episode (Tuesday, 10/9c).
Titled “Keep On Rowing,” the emotional hour finds many Bravermans facing life-changing situations …READ MORE
Parenthood's Jason Katims Weighs In on Sarah, Mark and Hank... and Jason Ritter's Return?
If you were among those who worried that Parenthood‘s Sarah might suffer whiplash, given the way she went from being Mark’s fiancée to falling into bed with her boss, showrunner Jason Katims wants to shed light the single mom’s seemingly abrupt change of heart. READ MORE
UPDATED: NBC Picks Up 10 Pilots, Including Jason Ritter Drama and Roseanne Barr Sitcom
That NBC drama being developed by Parenthood boss Jason Katims for Jason Ritter finally has a title and a premise — and a green light! READ MORE
Burning Emmy Questions: Kyle Chandler's Lost Speech, Comedy Actress Pageantry and More!
The 63rd Primetime Emmy Awards are history, but, as per usual, the three-hour ceremony left us with more than a few burning questions. Here’s the scoop on some of the evening’s biggest mysteries.
After accepting his trophy for Outstanding Actor in a Drama Series, Friday Night Lights champ Kyle Chandler raced back to the mic, but his audio had already been cut off. What did he say? READ MORE
Parenthood Boss Jason Katims Talks Season 3: New Love, New Babies, New Heartbreak
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
Exclusive: Parenthood Boss Bringing Back Jason Ritter… And Giving Him His Own Show!
When finding out all the details of this story, I kept thinking, “It can’t get any better!” And then it just kept getting better.
Not only is Parenthood bringing back one of my FAEs (Favorite Actors Ever), Jason Ritter, for multiple episodes, but …READ MORE
Parenthood Finale Mysteries Solved: Time Jumps, Faux Reunions, Baby Bumps and More!
Now that you’ve had time to process Tuesday’s six-hanky Parenthood finale, let’s get our post mortem on via a batch of burning questions with executive producer Jason Katims.
Did Jasmine and Crosby reconcile in the episode’s final moments? | “I wouldn’t assume that,” Katims cautions. “Although they were finally talking — and I think we definitely earned that after Crosby spent so many episodes just trying to have a conversation with the woman — I don’t think that conversation necessarily leads to fixing all the problems that they have. The verdict is out in terms of where they are when we pick up with them next.”
Speaking of which, assuming the show gets renewed, will there be a time jump between seasons 2 and 3? READ MORE