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!
It’s almost all over FOREVER, which makes it the best time to start.
After more than 100 episodes, writer-executive producer Sarah Watson considers the end of the beloved and bittersweet NBC family drama and looks back at how she was saved by Parenthood. “Let’s go home.”
With showrunner Jason Katims’ raw storytelling and the passion and dedication of young actor Max Burkholder, the NBC drama has depicted a journey never before seen on network television, shedding light on life on the spectrum.
In a promo for the new season, the network casually confirmed that cliff-hanger about Amber is actually happening!
Besides, you know, ALWAYS.