Parenthood: Season 6 (2014 - 2015)


Season 6
Parenthood

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Parenthood remains a top-notch family drama in its sixth and final season, thoughtfully portraying its complex and compelling characters and the enduring power of resilience.

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Critic Ratings: 19

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User Ratings: 75

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Air date: Sep 25, 2014

Sarah and Zeek head to Las Vegas to celebrate Zeek's birthday as the sixth season opens. Elsewhere, Amber deals with adulthood and new life changes; and Adam and Kristina face the pressure of having their charter school ready in time for opening.

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Air date: Oct 2, 2014

Kristina attempts to meet the needs of her students at Chambers Academy while Adam deals with a lunch vendor who suddenly quit his job. Elsewhere, Zeek faces a difficult health decision; Sydney has trouble at school, prompting Joel and Julia to visit with her teacher; and Sarah tries to figure out how she feels about Amber's news.

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Air date: Oct 9, 2014

The family waits for news about Zeek. Meanwhile, Julia and Joel discuss their relationship status; Amber faces the future with Drew's support; Sarah attempts to get to know Ruby; bad news affects the Luncheonette; and Crosby looks for a way out.

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Air date: Oct 16, 2014

Max forms an intimate new friendship. Elsewhere, Sarah encounters Sandy and tries to understand the role she plays in Ruby's life; Hank deals with a diplomacy challenge; Julia and Joel worry that their separation is having an adverse effect on their kids; and Crosby tries to avoid a crisis by going after Oliver.

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Air date: Oct 23, 2014

Max tries to learn about his new friend and receives some sketchy relationship advice from Adam. Meanwhile, Amber develops a crush; Julia's new beau makes an appearance at the family barbecue; Crosby lets loose with Zeek; and Jasmine worries about her husband.

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Air date: Oct 30, 2014

Crosby struggles with slow business at the Luncheonette but receives some help from Jasmine. Meanwhile, Hank and Sarah plan a game night; and Drew tries to decide on a major and future career.

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Air date: Nov 6, 2014

Amber tests her maternal skills by babysitting Max and Nora, but she ends up turning to Sarah for help when things don't go as planned. Meanwhile, Joel and Julia examine their relationship; Hank has a serious talk with Sandy; and Drew spends time with Zeek.

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Air date: Nov 13, 2014

Max experiences heartache, which leads him to wage a propaganda campaign against a classmate. Meanwhile, financial troubles leave Crosby with a sense of defeat and propel Jasmine to get a new job; and Ruby exploits her father's trust.

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Air date: Nov 20, 2014

An open house is held at Chambers' Academy, but it's marred by tension between Dylan and Max. Meanwhile, Hank's pleased that Ruby's looking forward to her school play, but Mark Cyr's presence causes problems; and Zeek enlists Drew on a covert mission.

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Air date: Jan 8, 2015

Zeek's taken to the hospital and his family gather near him, anxiously awaiting news. However, Adam and Crosby must leave to tend to a crisis at their restaurant; and Joel lets Julia lean on him, complicating their confusing relationship even more.

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The sixth and final season of this family drama is all about life-changing events for the Braverman clan, including a battle with health issues for Zeek (Craig T. Nelson). Some of the Bravermans reexamine important relationships in their lives: Amber (Mae Whitman) and Ryan (Matt Lauria) face several tough decisions about their future; and Hank (Ray Romano) and Sarah (Lauren Graham) ponder the depth of their commitment to one another. Meanwhile, Max (Max Burkholder) tries pursuing friendships and romance, and he learns about rejection along the way. On the work front, Adam (Peter Krause) and Kristina (Monica Potter) rush to open their new school; and Crosby deals with slow business at The Luncheonette. Former regular Sarah Ramos makes a return appearance as Haddie in the show's final episode.

Critic Reviews for Parenthood Season 6

Audience Reviews for Parenthood: Season 6

  • Jun 07, 2021
    Rewatching and streaming it comes to mind that these are seriously annoying self centered people.
  • Sep 09, 2020
    Farewell, Bravermans. Forever Grateful.
  • May 20, 2018
    Oh did the producers not think people would notice that crosby’s Baby was white in season 5 and black in season 6??
  • Aug 01, 2016
    The beauty of parenthood is that everyone wished to have on their own a family like Braverman .
  • Jun 18, 2015
    Not worth watching if you have to view it on Hulu with all their commercials. Every 7 minutes, there are 4 or 5 commercials. Point of interest; How did a baby who was white in the 5th episode turn black in the 6th?
  • Apr 14, 2015
    I wish it hadn't ended! I would go on watching this show forever. It had amazing potential to keep going and going. Like 12 seasons or something. I adore the characters and the show is so real life situations. I love it!
  • Jan 06, 2015
    WHY DOES THIS AMAZING SHOW HAVE TO END?!? I will have NOTHING after Parenthood is over!
  • Jan 05, 2015
    I absolutely love it! This is one of the best shows I've seen in a long time. It's got real life stories that make me laugh and then 5 min later it will make me cry. Amazing actors and scripts. Brilliantly balanced, I just love it. I could watch it everyday.
  • Dec 02, 2014
    Words can’t describe how outstanding this show is. What makes this television show so phenomenal is that the director incorporates multiple types of parenting problems and how each parent decides to handle them. Their problems are relatable because the characters aren’t made to be perfect; they make mistakes, just like everyone else. The parallels between the show and non-Hollywood families engages those watching and makes them feel like part of the Braverman family. Full of emotion and humor, it all comes together to create a fantastically directed show leading the audience itching to know what happens in the next episode.
  • Oct 12, 2014
    One of the best shows on TV...ever.

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