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Am I Ready to Be a Parent?

A few questions to ask before embarking on the journey of parenthood. Read More

It is now official. After next season, the Bravermans and the municipal workers of Pawnee will be nothing more than Netflix memories. NBC has released next year’s fall schedule and announced that it will be the final season of both Parks and Recreation and Parenthood. They also confirmed that the final season of the one-hour drama Parenthood will be shortened to just 13 episodes, and there are rumors that Parks and Rec could have the same fate. All good things must come to an end—and by good things, we mean what was left of NBC’s primetime line-up ... Discuss

Good news Friday Night Lights fans. A reunion is in the works! Well, sort of. In a special webisode of the NBC drama Parenthood, Crucifictorious, the rock band of FNL character Landry Clarke (played by Jesse Plemons), stops by the Braverman family music studio for a recording session with the help of Parenthood’s Amber. FNL favorite Billy Riggins (Derek Phillips) also makes an appearance with the band. The four-part web series premiers tomorrow on YouTube, Hulu and NBC.com ... Discuss

Artist and photographer Queenie Liao uses household items—like blankets, stuff animals and clothes—to turn her baby son’s naptime into amazing images of young Wengenn’s dreams. Her album, Wengenn in Wonderland, captures the magic of childhood in creative pictures all taken while the little guy is fast asleep … Discuss

Just in case this commercial for Extra Gum wasn’t enough to make you appreciate the beauty of parenthood, here’s a video from a young couple, showing every day of their pregnancy. The collection of one-second moments, which culminates with the birth of their daughter, is incredibly moving. Also, we totally want to be friends with them—seriously, ski trips, kayaking, hiking, beach vacations and road trips all in a 9-month period of time? We need to hang out some time … Discuss

RELEVANT's Top 10 TV Shows of 2012

We're living in the golden age of television, and 2012 was proof why. Read More