May god bless them and keep them always.
WARNING: SPOILERS FROM THE SERIES FINALE WITHIN.
Showrunner Jason Katims talks to BuzzFeed News about how the beloved NBC series came to a close, those Friday Night Lights references, and the importance of baseball for the Bravermans. WARNING: DO NOT READ ON IF YOU HAVE NOT YET SEEN THE PARENTHOOD SERIES FINALE!
WARNING: THIS POST IS ENTIRELY FILLED WITH SPOILERS FROM THE SERIES FINALE, “MAY GOD BLESS YOU AND KEEP YOU ALWAYS.” Double warning: It could break your tear ducts.
Happy tears, sad tears, all of the tears! WARNING: DO NOT READ ON IF YOU HAVE NOT YET SEEN THE PARENTHOOD SERIES FINALE!
As Jason Katims’ sublime family drama comes to an end after six seasons, let’s reflect back on the Braverman family’s most gut-wrenching, hilarious, charming, and touching moments.
The Scandal and Grey’s Anatomy creator has a new pilot for ABC that happens to be about a female character. Why is the entertainment industry so stuck on that point?
“Be ready for what’s coming.”
Because every channel on television has been overtaken with weather reports.
They also met Meryl Streep.
The Harry Potter star has been cast in Disney’s upcoming live-action adaptation of the classic story, the studio confirmed.
McSteamy? More like McSilvery, amirite?
Nothing says “I’ll be there for you” like guest-starring on your friend’s show.
The first trailer for the new comedy — about an extremely optimistic woman (Ellie Kemper) who, after being rescued from her life with an underground cult for over a decade, tries to start anew in Manhattan — has arrived!
In BuzzFeed News’ exclusive clip of the penultimate episode of the beloved NBC series, which airs Jan. 22, the Grahams are getting their happy ending. Plus, star Erika Christensen talks about one more twist for the couple.
Jane the Virgin showrunner Jennie Urman told BuzzFeed News that it was important for the show to deal with a possible deportation. “The hope is by personalizing this issue, and playing it out through beloved characters, we can make the political, personal… and hopefully raise consciousness, and compassion,” Urman wrote in an email. WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD!
Will the Academy make the right call? Watch and determine which title should receive Hollywood’s highest film honor.
This isn’t just another telenovela. It’s way better!
Now that we know the contenders for this year’s Academy Awards, here are the overlooked films, actors, writers, directors, and composers, who deserved more attention.