Fans of ‘Parenthood’ thought Crosby wouldn’t make it to the end of the series.
Few shows have been able to convey the pain and beauty of being a parent and a member of a large family as well as NBC’s Parenthood, and the show had plenty of drama and twists to keep viewers interested. The show ended in 2015, and the majority of fans were happy with the outcome. Many fans speculated about how the popular show Parenthood will end, including the death of one of the show’s most beloved characters.
Learn more about the show Parenthood, its cast, and why one of the key characters didn’t make it to the end, according to fans. If you haven’t finished the series yet, proceed with caution because the next section contains spoilers.
What does it mean to be a parent?
Parenthood is a six-season American drama comedy series that aired on NBC from 2010 to 2015. The sitcom covers the narrative of four middle-aged Braverman siblings as they navigate parenting and their aging parents’ relationship. Everyone in the Braverman family has a child or children, and they all live in Berkeley, California.
The show begins with Adam and Kristina Braverman, the oldest Braverman sibling, learning that their son Max has Asperger’s syndrome. Haddie, the couple’s high-achieving daughter, is also a member of the family. Sarah Braverman is the mother of two adolescent daughters, Amber and Drew, and is divorced from their father, Seth. Crosby Braverman’s bachelor existence is turned upside down when he realizes he has a five-year-old son from a prior liaison, and forming a bond with his child presents many obstacles. Julia Braverman is a tenacious lawyer and the mother of Sydney, their five-year-old daughter.
Camille and Zeek Braverman, the Braverman brothers’ parents, are in their 60s and are dealing with a variety of interpersonal challenges that have developed over the course of their 40-plus years of marriage.
The show was praised for its realistic depiction of the challenges that come with parenting children, romantic relationships, and family conflicts…. This is a condensed version of the narrative. I hope you found it entertaining.