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NBC Announces 'Parenthood' Premiere Date

by Allyssa Lee, posted Dec 14th 2009 4:00PM
Here's a play date you won't want to miss: NBC has just announced the premiere date for its new midseason drama series 'Parenthood.'

The one-hour dramedy, from the creative dream team of writer/producer Jason Katims ('Friday Night Lights') and producers Ron Howard and Brian Grazer ('Arrested Development') will debut in a post-'Chuck' slot on Monday, March 1 at 9PM (this is after both the 'Heroes' season finale on Feb. 8 and the Winter Olympics have aired).Here's a play date you won't want to miss: NBC has just announced the premiere date for its new midseason drama series 'Parenthood.'

The one-hour dramedy, from the creative dream team of writer/producer Jason Katims ('Friday Night Lights') and producers Ron Howard and Brian Grazer ('Arrested Development') will debut in a post-'Chuck' slot on Monday, March 1 at 9PM (this is after both the 'Heroes' season finale on Feb. 8 and the Winter Olympics have aired).

The show, an update on the 1989 movie of the same name, follows the Braverman family and its four grown siblings as they commiserate on the present-day ups and downs of raising children. The show boasts an all-star cast that includes Peter Krause, Lauren Graham, Dax Shepard and Erika Christensen as the siblings, with Craig T. Nelson and Bonnie Bedelia as their parents.

While originally slated for a fall premiere, 'Parenthood' had to be pushed back when Maura Tierney, who was supposed to play single mother Sarah, was forced to drop out of the series in order to receive breast cancer treatments. In October, it was announced that the role will instead be played by Graham, in her first TV series since 'Gilmore Girls.'

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