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'Parenthood' First Look: Mark Cyr reconnects with Sarah

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

Max asks Kristina for dating advice in 'Parenthood' sneak peek

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.

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Max has a girl in his bedroom in 'Parenthood' sneak peek

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.

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Listen: Monica Potter describes the perfect 'Parenthood' ending

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

'Parenthood' star Lauren Graham to guest-star on Matthew Perry's 'Odd Couple'

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.

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Julia confronts Joel on 'Parenthood': 'You destroyed us'

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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Watch this, DVR that: Your guide to Thursday's perfect night of TV

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In our fall TV preview, we broke down each day into what to watch live and what to DVR. Here’s your Fall Thursday night game plan:

8 p.m.
Watch: The Vampire Diaries (The CW): When we return to Mystic Falls for season 6, it’s going to be nothing like the Mystic falls we’re used to, with both Damon and Bonnie long gone and vampires banned from town. Premieres Oct. 2.

DVR: Grey’s Anatomy (ABC): Season 11 kicks off with what’s bound to be a lot of drama, as Meredith and Derek are debating a move to D.C., Callie and Arizona have a 50/50 chance of staying together, and there’s a new head of cardio who just happens to be Mer’s sister and the daughter Ellis Grey gave up for adoption.

 

9 p.m.
Watch: Scandal (ABC): Where in God’s name is Olivia Pope? That’s the question on everyone’s mind heading into tonight’s season 4 premiere, which picks up after the fixer fled D.C. for what seems to be a tropical locale with no shortage of wine.

DVR: Gracepoint (Fox): The 10-episode series follows a detective duo (Anna Gunn and David Tennant) and their investigation into the murder of a young boy in a small town. Premieres Oct. 2.

10 p.m.
Watch: How to Get Away With Murder (ABC): The series premiere of Shonda Rhimes’ latest offering, which stars Viola Davis as criminal defense professor Annalise Keating who teaches a class called, you guessed it, “How to Get Away With Murder.”
DVR: 
Parenthood (NBC): We know there’s a “big event” in store for the Bravermans in the season 6 premiere — one that will probably make you shed a tear or two.

 

Spoiler Room: Scoop on 'Vampire Diaries,' 'Once Upon a Time,' 'Castle' and more

Welcome to the Spoiler Room, a safe place for spoiler addicts to come on a weekly basis to learn what’s coming next on their favorite shows and, hopefully, get a few of their own questions answered. If you want scoop on a specific show, send your questions to spoilerroom@ew.com.

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'Parenthood': Your One-Minute Refresher

On Parenthood, which returns on Sept. 25 for its sixth and last season, the Bravermans have endured a lot over the years—like cancer, selling their childhood home, infidelity. But showrunner Jason Katims promises a drama-free final season.

Just kidding. Prepare yourself by stocking up on Kleenex and watching EW’s 60-second refresher video. READ FULL STORY

'Parenthood' gets FINAL season renewal

And finally, the last drama on the bubble for the 2013-14 season has a sort-of happy ending: NBC’s Parenthood will return for a sixth season. The not-good news for the fan-favorite family drama: Parenthood‘s order is for a 13-episode final season. NBC also announced that Parks and Recreation, which was already expected to return, will have its final season too (details).

The announcement was made as part of NBC’s fall schedule reveal, which you can find here.

The odds were ever in Parenthood‘s favor for a return in some fashion. Though the show only averaged 6.4 million viewers and a 2.3 rating among adults 18-49 this season, its lead-ins like The Michael J. Fox Show fared much worse, which made Parenthood‘s ability to kinda support a time period seem heroic, especially against one of the top-rated dramas on TV — ABC’s Scandal. READ FULL STORY

'Parks and Recreation' to end after season 7

Your days in Pawnee are numbered: NBC announced on Sunday that season 7 of Parks and Recreation will be its last. READ FULL STORY

'Parenthood' finale preview: Creator on Haddie's return, renewal chances

Parenthood closes out season 5 Thursday night with an episode that’s sure to be equal parts gut-punch and heartwarming — because, basically, both things are what you get with every episode of the show. In the preview for the finale that aired after last week’s penultimate episode, however, viewers learned there’s going to be at least one big surprise — an appearance from Haddie (Sarah Ramos), who has largely been absent from the main action while off at college and returns home with a female companion. READ FULL STORY

'Parenthood': Matt Lauria previews Ryan's emotional return (and a Luke Cafferty appearance?)

If the previews for this week’s penultimate episode of Parenthood tell us anything, it’s that we’re going to need even more tissues than normal. And a key factor in that tear-jerking equation is, of course, the return of fan favorite (and love of Amber’s life) Ryan.

Last we saw Ryan, he was re-enlisting after having come to the realization that he is and always will be a soldier. And as an effect of that decision, he and Amber broke off their engagement. But now, after weeks of Amber drowning her sorrows in ice cream and pot, Ryan is back. Even worse? He’s injured.

We don’t know much other than that, but we caught up with Matt Lauria to talk about Ryan’s reunion with Amber, his potential future on the show, and the theoretical appearance of his Friday Night Lights character Luke Cafferty (because why not?): READ FULL STORY

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