"Parenthood's" Mae Whitman talks to reporters at TCA's 2013 Summer Press Tour (Photo: Chris Haston/NBC)

Season 5 of ‘Parenthood’ Promises Time Jumps, Romance and Potential Break-Ups

The Bravermans return this September for another season of angst, tears and scenes where every character talks at once. The cast and creator of the show offered some tantalizing hints about the fifth season of “Parenthood” including marital strife for Joel and Julia, romance for Amber and a time jump.

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‘Parenthood’ Stars: How to Binge Watch Our Show During XFINITY Watchathon Week

If you’re looking for a good cry, binge watch “Parenthood.” The family drama is filled with well-written  tearjerker storylines about Aspergers Syndrome, cancer and adoption. It also features more scenes of characters talking over each other than the rest of the XFINITY Watchathon Week shows combined. The people who bring the Bravermans to life are […]

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‘Parenthood’: The Teen Pregnancy Episode So Controversial That It Required a Warning

This week’s brilliant, heartbreaking, daring episode of “Parenthood” begins with a warning from NBC that it contains “mature subject matter.” That could refer to its treatment of abortion, or it could be a reference to  language used in this week’s comedic subplot. I definitely am not mature enough to handle Zeek talking about ejaculation. Here […]

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‘Parenthood’: Come for the Sensitive Cancer Storyline, Stay for the Shirtless Matt Lauria

“Parenthood” is back, after two weeks off, with an episode that deftly blends tear jerking social issues storylines, humor, and eye candy. Kristina (Monica Potter) is about to start chemotherapy.  Adam (Peter Krause)  is trying to take care of all the household stuff. Kristina tells Adam her mother is going to try to visit. Adam […]

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‘Parenthood’ Tearjerker: Kristina Undergoes Surgery

This week’s episode of “Parenthood” is a tearjerker. Kristina (Monica Potter) prepares for her lumpectomy. The rest of the Bravermans are determined to help her, even though their attention is more annoying than comforting. Crosby (Dax Shepard) volunteers to walk the dog and bring take out food over the night before Kristina’s surgery. On his […]

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