Articles for Parenthood Season 4

Parenthood has done a much better job this season so far with balancing the stories and numerous characters in the limited time they have each week. "The Talk" was perfect example of that balance. Read more »
Things never calm down for Parenthood‘s Braverman family as they are knocked from "Left Field." Some of the troubles are small, like Jasmine and Crosby‘s scheduling conflicts, but none tops Kristina finding out she has cancer. Read more »
Oh, the Bravermans, how I have missed you! After a long hiatus, Parenthood returned tonight with its season 4 premiere, "Family Portrait." While the Bravermans are far from perfect, they are a loving family and deal with real-life situations without being preachy which makes the show a delight to watch. I love laughing and crying with them. Read more »
Parenthood has never shied away from sensitive topics, rather it faces them head on and addresses them in the most realistic fashion possible. The show has tackled issues from infidelity, an adoption gone bad, unemployment to even more difficult ones such as racism and Aspergers.Now in its fourth season, Parenthood is focusing on Kristina‘s battle with breast cancer, which  is an disease that has affected many viewers or their family members.   Read more »
The title of tonight‘s Parenthood, "There‘s Something I Need to Tell You," at first glance appeared to reflect Christina‘s decision to tell the entire Braverman family about her breast cancer. As often happens on this incredible show, it meant so much more. Read more »
The day finally arrived. Sarah moved in with Mark. Oh, not the big day you were thinking about? Well, Max‘s election happened and yes, Kristina had her breast cancer surgery. Parenthood didn‘t miss a beat in "I‘ll Be Right Here." Can‘t forget, Amber had a date ... with an appropriate guy for her! Read more »
At the end of Parenthood‘s third season, while Julia and Joel were dealing with the disappointment of Zoe‘s decision to keep her son, they got an unexpected miracle dropped at their doorstep in the package of a 9 year old Victor. An adoption is never easy, but it is even more difficult to incorporate an older child into an existing family as both Julia and Joel have found out.  Read more »
On this week‘s Parenthood "Trouble in Candyland," musician Glen Hansard guest starred as himself. The Once star stopped by the Luncheonette to record a song with Crosby and got himself caught up in record studio‘s shenanigans when his car was towed. Read more »
Parenthood ended its fourth and best season Tuesday night, and it was a perfect potential series finale. All of the season‘s big storylines got neatly wrapped up and, for the most part, everyone ended the year happily ever after.  Read more »
NBC is finally making decisions for next season, and it‘s first move was renewing five of its current dramas for the 2013-2014 TV season. Law and Order: SVU, Grimm, Parenthood and freshman dramas Revolution and Chicago Fire were all picked up. They will all get a full 22-episode season next year. Read more »
NBC is the first network to officially announce its schedule for the 2013-2014 TV season, and it involves a lot of changes. Revolution is moving to Wednesdays, Chicago Fire is moving to Tuesdays and Parenthood is moving to Thursdays.  Read more »
The nominations for the 2013 Critics‘ Choice TV Awards were announced Wednesday morning, spanning a wide array of not only network and cable, but from Netflix as well with the popularity of House of Cards on the streaming/rental service. Read more »

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