Latest 'parenthood' News

  • 15 Best TV Weddings of All Time

    TV weddings are often considered to be just as valuable, emotional, and iconic as the ones that we attend in our real lives. So we take a look at some of television’s best fictional weddings!

    (9) by Jennifer Stasak
  • 2014 Fall TV Show Premiere & Return Dates – Sep, Oct, Nov

    The fall television season is now officially underway. Start planning your next 3 months of TV watching right now with our guide to premiere dats and times!

    (27) by Anthony Ocasio
  • TV News: ‘Parks & Rec’ & ‘Parenthood’ Renewed for Final Seasons, ‘Dracula’ Canceled & More

    NBC renews ‘Parks & Rec’ and ‘Parenthood’ for their final seasons and cancels ‘Dracula'; CBS axes five of its freshman shows; and more.

    (12) by Daniel Johnson
  • ‘Friday Night Lights’ & ‘Parenthood’ Crossover Series in Development

    ‘Friday Night Lights’ returns in the form of a web-series, by teaming up with NBC’s ‘Parenthood’ in a crossover of epic proportions.

    (6) by David Griffin
  • The 2014 Winter TV Premiere & Return Schedule

    It’s time for the TV schedule confusion to begin again! When does [insert show here] return, or premiere? Find out here. Hint: ‘Game of Thrones’ is still months away.

    (39) by Anthony Ocasio
  • 2012 Fall TV Premiere Schedule – A Complete Guide

    Check our complete guide to the 2012 fall television premieres, featuring over 85 new and returning series. What will you be watching?

    (23) by Anthony Ocasio
  • ‘Parenthood’ Season 3 Premiere Review

    NBC’s underdog drama ‘Parenthood’ returns for it’s third season. After last season’s surprise addition to the family, what else is in store for the Braverman clan?

    (6) by Kevin Yeoman
  • ‘Modern Family’ & ‘Hawaii Five-0′ Top DVR Ratings; ‘Supernatural’ & ‘Fringe’ Gain

    The numbers for the most-recorded shows in 2010-11 are in – with ‘Modern Family’, ‘Hawaii Five-0′ and ‘The Mentalist’ leading the pack. Shows like ‘Fringe’ and ‘Chase’ get half their viewers from DVRs.

    (6) by Michael Crider