Emmys 2015: Supporting Actress in a Drama — Our 6 Dream Nominees!
There’ll be a slew of women Gunn-ing for the Emmy as Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama this year. That’s because Breaking Bad‘s Anna Gunn — who took home the statuette in 2013 and 2014 — is ineligible for the three-peat. READ MORE
Lauren Graham's TV Daughters Finally Meet: Caption This Historic Photo
Well, it was bound to happen eventually.
Lauren Graham‘s two TV daughters — Alexis Bledel (Gilmore Girls‘ Rory) and Mae Whitman (Parenthood‘s Amber) — finally came face to face this weekend at the ATX Television Festival READ MORE & VIEW PHOTO
TVLine's Performer of the Week: Bones' Emily Deschanel
A weekly feature in which we spotlight shining stars
THE PERFORMER | Emily Deschanel
THE SHOW | Bones
THE EPISODE | “The Lance to the Heart”
THE AIRDATE | Oct. 2, 2014 READ MORE
Parenthood Post Mortem: Is Happily Ever After Ahead for 'Ryber'? Plus, More Season 5 Scoop
Are you still with us, Parenthood fans? Need a few more minutes to dry your eyes? Take all the time you need. We’ll just be over here with Season 5 premiere reactions — and scoop on what’s ahead — from stars Mae Whitman, Peter Krause and Sam Jaeger, as well as showrunner Jason Katims. READ MORE
Parenthood Hot Shots: Amber and Ryan Continue to Be Adorable Together - But There's a Problem
NBC’s Parenthood will (finally) resume Season 4 on Tuesday, Nov. 13, and when it does, Amber and Ryan’s love story will still be as sweet as ever. However, some of the Bravermans are already taking issue with the budding romance. (We’re looking at you, Zeek.) READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS
Parenthood's Mae Whitman, Matt Lauria Talk Amber and Ryan's 'Wonderful' New Romance
Fans of Parenthood need not be too eagle-eyed to see that an already sweet romance is in the works between a beloved Braveman, Amber, and an Army vet, Ryan. And to hear their portrayers, Mae Whitman and Matt Lauria, tell it, their love story — which will slowly but surely blossom in the coming weeks — only gets better. READ MORE
Exclusive Video: Parenthood's Amber Gets Schooled by An Ivy League Snob
The campaign trail portends to be a bumpy road for Parenthood‘s Amber, judging by this exclusive video sneak peek at this Tuesday’s episode of the NBC drama. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Parenthood Scoop: Black Donnellys' Jonathan Tucker Cast as Amber and Kristina's New Boss!
Is Amber about to mix politics and pleasure?
That’s my guess in light of the news that Parenthood has cast Black Donnellys alum Jonathan Tucker in the recurring role of Bob Little, a “frighteningly young and attractive” political candidate for whom Amber (Mae Whitman) and Kristina (Monica Potter) go to work. 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
Eye on Emmy: Parenthood's Mae Whitman Says, 'My Career Path Hasn't Led Me Wrong Yet'
Mae Whitman is a force to be reckoned with. Just 23, she has a resume that boasts nearly two decades’ worth of solid acting experience, including countless movies (Hope Floats, the upcoming Perks of Being a Wallflower), tireless voiceover work (it runs in the family), and abundant television gigs (In Treatment and, of course, Arrested Development). She is that rarity, a bona fide child star success story.
Will Whitman’s moving turn as troubled Amber on NBC’s Parenthood finally garner her some recognition for her undeniable range and high-caliber performances? Possibly. But what’s truly important to the actress is the role itself. READ MORE