Here at Cinema Blend, we hope you’re having the best Thanksgiving of your life, because the holidays are about spending time with those you love. (Among other gravy-covered things.) But we’re not so naïve to think that happiness is the only emotion happening any time a big group of family members gets together. At least you don't have to spend the holidays with these people.
We’ve compiled a list of the current TV shows that we feel have officially jumped the track. They’ve been on too long or maybe their characters have started to make nonsensical decisions. Perhaps their writing staff has been cut due to budget restraints. Whatever the reason, these are the nine shows on TV that are officially off the rails.
From talking back to being unreasonable and from spoiled antics to general brattish behavior, the kids on NBC’s Parenthood have an awful lot of problems. So, with only a few episodes of Parenthood left to air, we’ve taken it upon ourselves to rank the obnoxious children on the show from the best to the worst. Although even the best doesn't mean a model child on this show.
Lauren Graham has been crushing her character on Parenthood for the past several years. However, Parenthood is already though its sixth and final season, meaning the show’s incredible cast is also looking for work. The good news for Graham is that she’s already found a gig.
Today, Parenthood showrunner Jason Katims is saying mortality will affect the final season throughout its 13-episode run. If there’s one thing that Parenthood does really well, it is tie in to the emotionality of being human. Now in its sixth and final season, it looks like Parenthood will be going out with a bang. Find out what we can expect from the premiere.
Football season is upon us once more, and while my pint glass runneth over with excitement, I can understand that non-sports fans probably aren’t enthused about seeing big green fields and big angry men taking over their televisions. So here are five things you could be watching instead of Thursday Night Football.
NBC may have cancelled Betsy Brandt’s latest series, The Michael J. Fox Show, but it seems the professional actress doesn’t hold a grudge against the network. She’s signed on to return to the NBC drama Parenthood for a recurring role in the show’s sixth and final season. Brandt formerly popped up in an episode of Parenthood back in 2012.
Here are five series that never got the Primetime Emmy attention they deserve, and probably never will. This obviously isn’t an exhaustive list, and doesn’t reflect the entire TV landscape, but these are series that have been on for multiple years that mostly retained the same level of quality and enjoyment.
The network’s full 2014-2015 lineup included the announcements that Parenthood’s Season 6 and Parks and Recreation’s Season 7 will be the final ones for both. I think a big group “aww” is in order here, but not the same kind of “aww” that Community turned into a catchphrase.
NBC has officially unveiled their 2014-2015 lineup, which reveals some big changes to their schedule the most notable of which is a very different Thursday night line-up. NBC has traditionally blocked out four half-hour slots for comedies on Thursday night, however this Fall, they've set The Biggest Loser in the 8:00 p.m. slot, followed by two new comedies and then the return of Parenthood...
Because it wouldn't be a Parenthood episode without a few tears shed, the NBC drama wrapped up its fifth season by bringing Sarah Ramos back to give us an update on Haddie. Spoilers ahead if you haven't seen "The Pontiac"!
After another fairly emotional episode of Parenthood last night -- thanks Kristina -- this series is ready to take us to its finale. Is this going to be one of those happy season endings where most of the drama seems wrapped up? Or are we going to be left hanging on some big issues, like Julia and Joel's future, and whether or not Zeke and Camille really sell the house. And then there's Haddie. Who? Remember Haddie! She's home! And she has a girlfriend.
Holy Crucifictorious! The Jason Katims-a-palooza that is Friday Night at The Luncheonette has finally arrived. Part one of the four-part web series mash up of the showrunner's two biggest shows — Friday Night Lights and Parenthood — arrived online today and it's worth getting excited about. And thank goodness because our clear eyes and full hearts have been waiting for this.
And just like that: everyone and their mother is getting in on the digital series game. First came the announcement that Jason Katims’ two stalwart series — >Parenthood and Friday Night Lights — were getting the tiny tube treatment, and now it seems that several other NBC series are getting the same in the wake of their series’ hiatuses, including Parks and Recreation, Grimm, and Chicago Fire. It’s almost as if the networks are taking the Internet seriously or something.
The Bravermans have hit some tough challenges in recent episodes, and now fans will have to wait over a month to find out how they tackle them. As the preview for the series' upcoming episode returns, there will be no new Parenthood episode until after the Olympics.