Hey there, Sarah, Drew, and Amber! Lauren Graham, Miles Heizer, and Mae Whitman reunited on May 11 for the most adorable family photo you’ve ever seen. This sweet pic just makes us want a ‘Parenthood’ TV reunion even more!
After playing the youngest Braverman daughter on ‘Parenthood,’ it can’t be easy to step into a role of the love interest of a serial killer. However, it is Ed Westwick. We chatted to Erika Christensen all about her prep for her new role on ABC’s fall drama, ‘Wicked City.’
Goodbye Julia, hello Betty. In Wicked City, Erika Christensen takes on the role of Betty Smith, a nurse and mother of two who gets mixed up with a bad boy — Kent Galloway, played by none else but Gossip Girl‘s Ed Westwick. However, by bad boy, I don’t mean he smokes cigarettes; I mean he’s a killer who hooks up with girls, kills them… then ties them to his bed. Not exactly Chuck Bass. So, what should we expect between the two? Erika tells HollywoodLife.com about the “playful” approach to the creepy new show.
As if the ‘Gilmore Girls’ reunion over the weekend wasn’t enough, the internet may just break with this pic. Lauren Graham finally introduced Rory Gilmore to Amber Holt!
So yes, Lauren Graham is basically the best person ever. After the huge Gilmore Girls reunion on June 6 in Austin, Texas, we thought we couldn’t get anymore excited — but then Mae Whitman showed up! So it was only fitting that Lauren should pose with Mae, her Parenthood daughter and Alexis Bledel, her Gilmore Girls daughter, and their faces speak a million words!
For the few moments we weren’t crying during the ‘Parenthood’ series finale, we were acknowledging the moving last five minutes. The best part was that ‘Friday Night Lights’ surprise, and the creator and star are both explaining how it went down.
Attention: if you missed the series finale of Parenthood, do not keep readers. Spoilers ahead!
Hope you had a box (or two) of tissues ready. After six seasons, ‘Parenthood’ came to a bittersweet end on Jan. 29 — with weddings, babies and yes, heart break.
If you missed the series finale of Parenthood, you may not want to read this. From Amber (Mae Whitman) struggling to raise her newborn baby, Zeek Jr., to Hank (Ray Romano) and Sarah (Lauren Graham) planning to walk down the aisle, I’m running down the ten moments that you needed to see in the finale. And yes, I’ve dissecting that last perfect montage.
In today’s heartbreaking news, we say goodbye to ‘Parenthood’ for good on Jan. 29. To prepare for the event, we’ve got some pics of the show’s final moments– but, warning, be prepared to cry your eyes out!
We’ve had six tear-filled years together with NBC’s family drama Parenthood, but alas, all good things must come to an end. The series finale, “May God Bless and Keep You,” is sure to be a humdinger, featuring the family coming together in honor of Sarah (Lauren Graham) and Hank’s (Ray Romano) wedding, as well as the birth of Amber’s (Mae Whitman) baby. We know, you’re sobbing already!
Lyndon gives HollywoodLife.com a look into Drew and Natalie’s future together — which may or may not include mud wrestling.
It takes a lot of woman to handle Drew (Miles Heizer) on Parenthood. He may not be the smallest Braverman, but he’s got the emotional stability of an Autumn leaf, which is why some fans aren’t too crazy about Natalie, the girl-next-dorm who’s been messing with Drew’s head all season. Lyndon Smith spoke to HollywoodLife.com about Natalie’s future with Drew, their upcoming love triangle, and the time she totally fan-girled over Lauren Graham.
Get to know the newest addition to the Braverman family!
If you’re a die-hard Parenthood fan, there’s a good chance you have what I like to call “Braverman envy,” the unnerving desire to become a part of television’s most endearing — albeit occasionally dysfunctional — family. Xolo Mariduena is one of the lucky ones, joining the show’s fourth season as Joel (Sam Jaegar) and Julia’s (Erika Christensen) adopted son, Victor. Xolo tells HollywoodLife.com the journey has been “humbling.”
Want to know what keeps Brad Pitt up at night? (No, it’s not Angelina Jolie!) “Ultimately, I’m a dad. I have the concerns a dad has,” Brad, 47, explains to Canada’s Maclean’s magazine. Is everyone safe? Am I spending enough time with them? These are the things that keep me awake.” Wow, what a daddy!
The man who makes $20 million a movie would rather be cooking breakfast in his kitchen, attempting to control the chaos of six kids reaching for their own stack of pancakes!
The dad-of-six, 47, might have grown-up in small family, but that’s not the case now! “I know it seems extreme from the outside, but I’ve always kind of operated this way,” the Tree of Life star tells the Associated Press of his big brood with Angelina Jolie, 35. “When I know, I know, and why mess around?”
The teen heartthrob, whose mom was just 18 when she gave birth to him, doesn’t want to wait too long to settle down and become a dad. Start counting the days, Bieber fans!
Mothers hide your daughters, Biebs has got babies on the brain! Justin Bieber might only be 16, but he is already planning out his future! “I see myself being like, 30, like, married, like, probably,” the teenage superstar says. “I don’t know. It seems far away for me. But I want to be a young dad. I don’t want to be old and not be able to kick around the soccer ball, you know?” OMG! Justin, 30 might seem far away because you’re… um… 16! Take a breather and enjoy the single life! Your “Baby” and “One Less Lonely Girl” can wait!
Glee returned to FOX last night in a BIG way! It beat out every other hit series it was up against!
If there’s any doubt in your mind that Glee is the hottest new show on TV, just take a look at last night’s ratings! In its first half hour (9:30 to 10 p.m. ET), Glee drew in a ridiculous 14.44 million viewers, blowing ABC’s Lost out of the sky (it had just 9.32 million). Read more
If you were expecting to see Lorelai Gilmore 2.0 on tonight’s premiere of Parenthood, you’re going to be disappointed!
We loved Lauren Graham as quirky, quick-witted and totally charming single mom Lorelai Gilmore on the CW’s Gilmore Girls, but the actress says her newest role as a recent divorcee on NBC’s upcoming dramedy Parenthood is as different from her former character as night and day.
“The tone of the show is so different,” Lauren, 42, told reporters Feb. 11, adding that you can’t even compare her old part to her new role as unhappy mom-of-two Sarah Braverman.
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Who says being single means you’re not completely successful? Lauren Graham does not agree – and neither do we.
Lauren Graham has dated a slew of well-known actors — Marc Blucas, Tate Donovan, and Matthew Perry, to name a few — but at 42, the former Gilmore Girl star still hasn’t settled down — and is actually fine with that, thank you very much.
“What is so funny to me is I’m in a profession where two percent of people are working,” Lauren explains in the March issue of More magazine, adding, “Yet there’s still this implication that you’re not completely successful if you’re single and in your forties. Well, why not? I wanted a horse when I was growing up too. Does that mean I’m not successful, because I don’t have a horse?”
Even though his daughter is now playing an evil vampire in the third Twilight installment, the Parenthood producer tells HollywoodLife.com she was a total angel growing up
Bryce Dallas Howard may be playing evil vampire Victoria in the Twilight Saga: Eclipse, but her dad, Ron Howard, is quick to reassure us that as a kid his daughter was anything but a monster.
“I gotta say, I felt safe when the sun went down in my household — but I had good kids,” Ron joked.