Sarah gives Hank a lesson in raising a teen daughter on the next Parenthood, Thursday at 10/9c on NBC.
True story of an ordinary working man who was recruited to become Joseph Stalin's personal movie projectionist. Filmed in Moscow!
Ross discovers that one of a student thinks he's a 'hottie' when reading his class evaluations. After the class ends for the semester, Liz, the female student who wrote the evaluation, asks Ross out on a date. He is reluctant to go on the date because he knows that although it is not against policy, the university does frown upon professors dating students. Ross decides to lead with his heart and date Liz. Unfortunately, while on a date, they bump into a few of Ross's colleagues, who inform Ross that dating students is against policy, and he could get fired for it. Ross now has to decide whether it is worth following the policy and giving up a potential relationship with Liz. Rachel and Phoebe's apartment catches on fire and the girls have to find a place to stay. Believing she started the fire because of her incense and candles, Phoebe lets Rachel stay in the beautiful guestroom at Monica's. While Phoebe is at Joey's disguising apartment, they discover the fire was actually Rachel's fault. Out of guilt, Rachel trades with Phoebe. It turns out that Rachel loves staying at Joey's because he lets her make a mess and do anything she wants. Joey begs Chandler to hit up an ex-girlfriend-turned-movie-producer for an audition for a part in her next picture. Chandler ends up having to go on a few 'dates' with her to work up the nerve to ask this favor.
Mae Whitman, Miles Heizer and Sarah Ramos talk about what's coming up for Parenthood's farewell season.
It's a labor of love!
Get the lowdown on the farewell season.
Big changes are coming up on Parenthood's farewell season.
Zeek gives Victor his first driving lesson in this online exclusive deleted scene from Parenthood's Season 5 finale "The Pontiac."
The Boys Are Back -- The Boys Are Back Trailer - A sportswriter (Clive Owen) becomes a single parent in tragic circumstances.
The Inner Circle -- Open-ended Trailer from Columbia
The Inner Circle -- hv post
He's good enough, he's smart enough and doggone it, people like him! He's Stuart Smalley (Al Franken), and he's bringing his nutty New Age act to the big screen in a heartwarming comedy that's "flat-out amazing" (F.X. Feeney, L.A. Weekly) Stuart's "shame spiral" begins when his cable-access show, Daily Affirmation With Stuart Smalley, is abruptly canceled. Then Stuart's favorite aunt dies, sending him home to his co-dependent mother, alcoholic dad, pot-smoking brother and overeating sister. But there's a big heart beating underneath that loud cardigan sweater, and with the help of his best friend and Al-Anon sponsor (Laura San Giacomo), Stuart takes on the armies of denial that threaten his family and future. Get with the program and enjoy Stuart Saves His Family, the movie that puts the fun back in dysfunctional!
Stuart's "shame spiral" begins when his cable-access show, Daily Affirmation With Stuart Smalley, is abruptly canceled. Then Stuart's favorite aunt dies, sending him home to his co-dependent mother, alcoholic dad, pot-smoking brother and overeating sister. But there's a big heart beating underneath that loud cardigan sweater, and with the help of his best friend and Al-Anon sponsor (Laura San Giacomo), Stuart takes on the armies of denial that threaten his family and future.
It is Ivan Sanshin's (Tom Hulce) wedding night, and the KGB is at his door. His neighbor was arrested an hour before; now, on this summer night in 1939, on this one of a thousand nights of purges during Joseph Stalin's reign, it is Ivan's turn to be taken away, and he is not sure he will ever see his bride (Lolita Davidovich) again. He has done nothing wrong, but that does not deter the KGB. A terrifying drive through the streets of Moscow takes him not, however, to disgrace and death, but into the innermost sanctum of Soviet power. Ivan Sanshin, humble projectionist for the KGB club, has been pressed into duty to show films to none other than Stalin himself. From this night on, Comrade Sanshin becomes Stalin's personal projectionist and part of his hero's inner circle.
A Russian film projectionist, brought in by the KGB to show films to Stalin, witnesses the actions and decisions of the ruthless dictator. Based on a true story.
A wrenching love that follows the true story of Ivan Sanshin and his beautiful wife Anastassia. Ivan is a simple man forced to choose between serving his country and following his heart. Pressed into service as Stalin's personal projectionist, Ivan Becomes part of the dictator's INNER CIRCLE, only to learn the tragic price of power.
Tony Danza is a dutiful but downright hysterical dad in SHE'S OUT OF CONTROL, the comedy about every teenager's greatest dream and every father's worst nightmare. Danza stars as Doug Simpson, a hip radio station exec, and the relatively stable single father of two daughters. But when Doug returns home from a business trip, he finds his fiancee (Catherine Hicks) has turned his life upside down by transforming his eldest daughter Katie (Ami Dolenz) from an awkward adolescent to an absolute knockout. Faced with the realization that his suddenly-sensational daughter is the dream date of every high school male old enough to have a learner's permit, Doug does his best to rain on Katie's endless parade of punkers, preppies and precocious would-be suitors. Will this over-protective, over-zealous dad ever find a place in his "little girl's" heart again?
Light-hearted spoof about the dynamics of a father's relationship with his teenage daughter when she discovers boys.
Friday Night Lights' Crucifictorious reunites at Parenthood's Luncheonette in this special digital-only piece! Starring Mae Whitman, Max Burkholder, Peter Krause, Jesse Plemons, Derek Phillips and Stephanie Hunt.
Creator Jason Katims and the Braverman's of ABC's "Parenthood" sit down at PaleyFest 2013 to discuss a potential Season 5, the big cancer storyline of Season 4 and the dynamic of the cast and crew from writers room to final edit.
Jason Katims and the writers of Parenthood discuss how your opinions shape their work!
Get caught up on the events of last season - and get a first look at what's coming up in Season 3 - with this special sneak peek.
Parenthood returns this fall. Same people, new challenges. Watch this video for a behind the scenes look at the upcoming season premiering September 14, 2010 on NBC.
Adam and Kristina use questionable tactics to find out about Haddie's secret relationship. Sarah doesn't know how to talk to Drew.
Get a special, behind-the-scenes look at Parenthood - NBC's funny and moving series inspired by the box-office hit of the same name, featuring an all-star cast of fan-favorite actors. Plus: exclusive footage from the first season!
Eddie is resigned to enduring a visit from his gay brother, Charlie, and his boyfriend, only to be surprised at how much he has in common with Charlie's new partner.
Following the sudden death of his wife, Australian sportswriter Joe Warr struggles to cope with his grief and comfort his young son.
In an effort to beef up their social agenda, Audrey (Megyn Price) persuades Jeff (Patrick Warburton) to double-date, which inadvertently puts the rules governed by the "guy code" versus the "marriage code" to the test. Meanwhile, Russell's (David Spade) strategy to score a date at work forces Adam (Oliver Hudson) to evaluate his own moral code and Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) to pick sides. Written by: Mike Haukom Directed by: Mark Cendrowski
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The team investigates the body of a man found in the woods. The case leads to a lodge where women act as jockeys and the men as their horses.
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When a fire damages their apartment, Rachel and Phoebe must choose between living temporarily with Joey or Monica. Ross gets into trouble by dating a student. Chandler tries to help Joey's career.
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