NBC has given pilot orders to a workplace comedy from Jimmy Fallon and a starring vehicle for Parenthood’s Monica Potter.
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Parenthood might only have two episodes left, but life doesn’t slow down, and neither do the Bravermans. And with Zeek’s illness, Sarah’s recent engagement, and Amber’s fast-approaching due date, there’s still a lot of life to experience before viewers say goodbye to the family for good.
In an exclusive sneak peek at the show’s penultimate episode, Sarah, Amber, and Hank are spending their afternoon planning a wedding—on a dormant volcano?—when life once again surprises them: Amber goes into labor. It’s a good thing Hank built that crib last week.
When Zeek was rushed to the hospital in last week’s Parenthood, fans expected tears of sadness. What they didn’t expect were … tears of shock? When Sarah found Hank outside the hospital, it was evident that being around her family had made him think, but she had no idea that he was about to propose.
So when Hank did pop the question, Sarah didn’t have an answer to give him. Instead, she went back inside, and the two of them agreed to talk about it later. EW has an exclusive sneak peek at this week’s episode, in which Sarah prepares for that chat by doing some Pilates in the park with her younger sister—and then spilling the beans. Julia’s way of helping: making a pro-con list, of course.
Caution: spoilers ahead! For, well, everything. READ FULL STORY
Bust out the tissues, Parenthood fans: The series finale is upon us.
For Parenthood‘s Sarah Braverman, finding the right guy hasn’t been easy. First, there was Seth, Drew and Amber’s absentee father who left Sarah alone to raise their kids. And after Seth, there were really only two other serious relationships for Sarah: Mark, and now, Hank.
Parenthood fans know both of them well. Sarah was engaged to Mark before eventually choosing Hank. But now that she and Hank are back together—and dealing with life with Hank’s daughter, Ruby—what will Mark’s return mean for the couple? READ FULL STORY
For Parenthood‘s Kristina, Max’s sudden interest in girls has only made her life more stressful. Although Adam has tried to convince her that it can be a good thing, for the most part, Kristina’s focused on the potential heartbreak of it all.
And in an exclusive sneak peek at this week’s episode, Kristina is left to deal with Max’s crush on her own when Adam is out of town. And according to Max, he’s ready to ask Dylan out on an official out-of-the-house date … if only his mom would tell him how to go about doing that.
Max Braverman has grown up in front of Parenthood fans. He’s no longer the small child jumping in mud puddles on the playground. Now, he’s the teen who has found his first crush in a girl named Dylan. He’s not entirely sure how to feel about it, and neither are his parents, but nevertheless, it’s happening.
As viewers learned last week, Dylan’s feelings for Max currently rank at a 2.5 on a scale of 1 to 5. And in an exclusive sneak peek from this week’s episode, Max and Dylan try to take another step forward: Not only is she in his room, but they’re practicing the art of complimenting each other. Meanwhile, Kristina and Adam practice the art of snooping.
Bad news, Braverman fans. Monica Potter says that this really, really is the last season of Parenthood. When the actress stopped by EW Radio, she said Jason Katims and the writers want to end on “a high note” (which is hard to do when each episode sends fans headfirst into a box of Kleenex). But if EW senior writer Sara Vilkomerson has come to terms with this news, we will too. What we won’t be on board with is the fact that Zeek and Camille’s house is now the Bad Judge set. Potter described her and costar Craig T. Nelson’s reaction to this news: “I went, ‘No, no.’ And he goes, ‘What the f—what is this? Why is there a bench here? And whose gavel is this?'” READ FULL STORY
Lauren Graham and Matthew Perry will reunite on his new CBS comedy The Odd Couple, EW has learned.
In this modern-day take on Neil Simon’s 1965 Broadway play, Perry stars as the easygoing Oscar Madison opposite Thomas Lennon as uptight neat freak Felix Unger.
Last season, Parenthood fans watched as Joel and Julia’s marriage fell apart. Julia kissed Ed, Joel moved out, and suddenly, the happily married couple had stopped communicating. But in last week’s season 6 premiere, fans saw a glimmer of hope when Joel comforted a distraught Julia with a kiss.
However, after months of separation and emotional turmoil, one kiss isn’t going to fix their marriage. In fact, we’ve got an exclusive sneak peek at tomorrow night’s episode, in which Joel and Julia find themselves at Sydney’s school for a meeting with their daughter’s teacher, after which the exes have a tearful heart-to-heart.
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