At creator Jason Katims’ house. Hold me?
What are we supposed to do without the Bravermans? Reminisce and creep on Instagram pages from the cast, that’s what.
As the series finale draws near, let’s take some time to reflect on (and ruthlessly rank) one of TV’s favorite families.
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 true story behind the Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air…
Can you decipher which Lauren Graham character is to thank for these choice quotes?
Could this quiz BE any more important?
It’s just you, her, and Sabor de Soledad working on your night cheese.
Mae Whitman reflects on six years of playing Amber Holt and how the penultimate episode provided a full-circle moment for her character and her grandfather Zeek (Craig T. Nelson). WARNING: Spoilers ahead if you have not seen the Jan. 22 episode.
You better work, bitches!
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.
Breaking hearts and mimes.
It’s almost all over FOREVER, which makes it the best time to start.
Robert Greenblatt, NBC’s entertainment chairman, spoke publicly for the first time on Friday about how the network’s Bill Cosby sitcom blew up.
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.”
We are all Chrissy Teigen.
FACT: Seth Rogen was almost Dwight.
The X-Men star tells BuzzFeed Australia the answers to some of life’s hardest questions, like: what does Hugh Jackman smell like?
Are you the Fannibal you think you are?
Not everyone can be Jim and Pam. But you can try.
If you have only seven hours to spend watching Friends (which is available to stream on Netflix starting Jan. 1) on New Year’s Day, these are the flat out funniest episodes — ones you don’t need to have any prior knowledge about the show’s intricate history to enjoy. Presented in chronological order.
Even without the Red Wedding, this was one of the bloodiest years for TV in recent memory. Warning: MAJOR SPOILERS for just about every television series. (Seriously.)
In other words: How much whiskey and freedom have you had today?
From Game of Thrones to Family Guy, BuzzFeed staffers pick their favorite installments of TV this year. Presented in no particular order.
A lot can change in a decade, but it doesn’t always.
Get in the holiday spirit with Dunder-Mifflin!
“What are you going to do next, GOP? Ask for one million dollars?”
“Where there’s a Will, there’s a Grace.”