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Parenthood - Season 6
“Parenthood” marks 100 episodes in its standard fashion: tears. It’s also one of the final four episodes so we just know shit is going to go down. The dramatic beginning of the sobfest shows each one of the Braverman kids receiving the call about Zeek’s (Craig T. Nelson) heart attack and rushing to the hospital. The Braverman Spouses begin to filter in and Joel (Sam Jaeger), outdoing everyone always by being the Best Husband Ever, brings coffee for the entire clan, an I-got-laid-by-my-wife-last-night glow about him (Yes, that finally happened)Read More
Parenthood 6.01

Posted On September 27, 2014By Katie VincentIn TV Recaps

TV RECAP: The Beginning of the End for ‘Parenthood’

The last season premiere ever of “Parenthood” (are we crying yet?) opens on a jump from last season. We see Aida walking, Julia (Erika Christensen) with a new beau (or maybe just a good old fashioned FWB?), the charter school that Kristina (Monica Potter) started is almost done, Zeek (Craig T. Nelson) and Camille (Bonnie Bedelia) are settling in to their new home, Sarah (Lauren Graham) and Hank (Ray Romano) are together, but, more importantly, Amber (Mae Whitman) is indeed pregnant. After a talk with Hank about his daughter comingRead More
Marry Me - Season Pilot

Posted On June 2, 2014By Layla HedgesIn Television

TV: NBC Sets Fall Premiere Schedule

NBC has announced its official premiere dates for both new and returning shows this fall. Most of the dramas take center stage premiering first in September while the comedies are mostly held for the start of October. A breakout hit of last season, “The Blacklist” gets the ball rolling with a premiere Monday, September 22nd at 10 pm (following reality competition staple “The Voice”). “Chicago Fire” returns Tuesday, September 23rd in the 10 pm time slot. Wednesday, September 24th, carries the first new show with “The Mysteries of Laura” premieringRead More
Constantine - Season Pilot
“Parenthood” fans can breathe a collective sigh of relief as, after a tense few days, NBC has officially renewed the popular Jason Katims family drama for one final 13 episode season. Now that they’ve locked in everything they’re picking up (12 new shows in addition to renewals) and dropping (“Community,” among others), they’ve also released their fall schedule, as well as some new photos trailers for their new shows. Below is the schedule, plus new looks at Casey Wilson in “Marry Me,” Cristin Milioti and Ben Feldman in “A toRead More

Posted On April 9, 2014By Alyssa PandoIn Casting

Mae Whitman in Talks to Star in ‘The D.U.F.F.’

Mae Whitman might become the lead in an upcoming film adaptation called “The D.U.F.F,” according to Variety. (Her?) The “Parenthood” actress is currently in negotiations with CBS films to play Bianca Piper, the 17-year old-girl whom the story hinges on. Based on a novel of the same name by Kody Keplinger, “The D.U.F.F.” is a high school comedy about Bianca’s terrible discovery that she has been labeled her friend group’s DUFF (Designated Ugly Fat Friend). She then becomes determined to revamp her image as well as take down the school’s evil leader, Madison, with theRead More
Looks like it will be Minka Kelly – and not Mila Kunis – who will be playing Mrs. JFK in Lee Daniels’ historical drama “The Butler.” The director tells ScreenDaily that he has chosen the “Friday Night Lights” star for the role of Jackie Kennedy, to play opposite Matthew McConaughey as John F. Kennedy. Forest Whitaker stars in the film as Eugene Allen, the titular White House butler, with Oprah Winfrey as his wife and David Oylowo as his son. Based on Wil Haygood’s 2008 Washington Post story “A ButlerRead More