September 8, 2014 at 3:17 pm #332660
Official teaser trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y76GV0w0xvs&list=UUccjdJEay2hpb5scz61zY6Q
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Give Paul Thomas Anderson an Oscar.September 8, 2014 at 3:26 pm #332662
‘Parenthood’ Season 6 Spoilers: Joel And Julia’s New Relationship Dynamics Teased; Will A Braverman Death Push Them Closer To Divorce?
Parenthood” Season 6 isn’t going to make Joel and Julia’s relationship any easier. The couple will spend at least a portion of the final 13 episodes separated, but the tables have turned. It appear that Julia is the one moving on now, TV Line reported.
“I didn’t want to come back [this] season and have it feel like, ‘Oh, everything is fine, and they’re back to the way it was,’” showrunner Jason Katims told TV Line. “I feel like that would be cheating the audience out of watching what would really happen. We’re continuing to tell that story, and we pick up with them being separated.”
Katims decided to flip the dynamic after Joel being the distant one for most of Season 5. Now that Julia has accepted their separation and is trying to get over her broken marriage, Joel realize that he wants her back. It will be a story line “where it’s Joel who’s trying to get back into Julia’s good graces. It’s about refining Julia, who decides to move on with her life,” Katims said.
As previously reported, Julia will consider moving on with Chris, an ex-boyfriend from college played by Coby Ryan McLaughlin. This will be a big change from last season where she spent a lot of time trying to convince Joel to come home.
Katims and the “Parenthood” writers aren’t saying if the separated couple will officially divorce or if they will reunite. Either way, their relationship could easily be affected by the death of a family member. Parenthood fans have been speculating that a Braverman might die after Katims claimed he would explore the “cycle of life” in the final season. It seems like Katims finally confirmed a Braverman death. “We’ve never told a story about losing someone in the family, and that is a very difficult story for us to tell,” Katims said. “But it’s one that I feel is a reality.”
Give Paul Thomas Anderson an Oscar.September 26, 2014 at 1:09 pm #332663
Loved the premiere! However, I love every episode of Parenthood so that’s just a given. I’m so excited that it’s back – it’s my favorite show. I really liked how much they covered in the season premiere. Every character got a scene which is quite the feat considering the huge cast. It was such a great surprise seeing Haddie back and we got the explanation of why Haddie was suddenly a lesbian. It seems that she is just bisexual which makes a lot of sense because her relationship with Alex was very real. My only problem with this episode was how Jasmine didn’t get a storyline set up when Hank, a recurring character (although he is honestly main cast), did. And, I think some of the plot was handled a little too fast, but I was okay with that. I’m just glad NBC gave us 13 episodes to end the series.September 27, 2014 at 6:58 pm #332664
Finally got to watching the premiere. Loved the Zeek/Sarah storyline, and I’ve always predict Zeek will die by the end of the run, and I think that’s going to happen (maybe he will get a lot of stuff to do like Monica Potter did in Season 4). I love seeing Betsy Brandt get new jobs, and it looks like she will be around for a reccuring role. And why isn’t Ray Ramono a series regular yet!?!?
Give Paul Thomas Anderson an Oscar.October 15, 2014 at 8:36 am #332665
*Don’t read if you haven’t seen the latest episode (Episode 3: “The Waiting Room”)
Anyone else watching the final season right now? Hot damn, Episode 3 certainly got the tears pouring for me. This season is gonna be brutal!
Will Zeek die from complications regarding his surgery? Will it be a random Braverman? Will Crosby’s motorcycle accident have repercussions down the road? Will Amber die in childbirth (that’s way too far-fetched, I know?). The more I think about it, it’ll be Zeek or Camille because that just makes the most sense. Jason Katims the creator, said that this season will be like the circle of life, so I see one of the grandparents passing away as Amber’s child is born.February 24, 2015 at 11:44 pm #332666
Finally got to watching the finale. Great show that even though it had a bumpy start turned out to be one of the greatest NBC dramas in recent years. Bonnie Bedelia was amazing in the final season (especially in that second to last episode!). I hope she at least gets a critics choice nomination. She has been around for such a long time (and has been great in a lot of stuff) and hasnt gotten enough credit.
Even though this probably wont happen:
SAG FYC-Outstanding Ensemble for A Drama Series-Parenthood
Give Paul Thomas Anderson an Oscar.