Returning: Resurrection, Parenthood.

2015-02-17_2149Two US dramas return to Seven next week with Resurrection and the final season for Parenthood.

Resurrection is back on Sunday night and Parenthood returns with a double episode next Monday night.

Resurrection
10:30pm Sunday 22nd February
As a violent storm hits Arcadia, knocking out all the power, Jacob goes missing – along with Margaret, and The Langstons and Bellamy struggle to find them. Meanwhile, the tempest signals the arrival of another visitor – a stranger (guest star Jim Parrack) with a mysterious link to Bellamy.

Parenthood
10pm Monday 23rd February
Sarah (Lauren Graham) steals Zeek (Craig T. Nelson) away on a birthday trip to Las Vegas, and what unfolds will set the Bravermans on a dramatic season-long course. Amber (Mae Whitman) faces a life change and grapples with how to navigate the new landscape of adulthood. Two days before opening, Adam (Peter Krause) and Kristina’s (Monica Potter) charter school is far from ready, and the whole family springs into action to help complete the construction.

13 Comments:

  1. Missed this news until now, good to see Parenthood return, just a shame it ended now in the US and these are the last 13 eps.
    I really wish Seven would not do double eps either, meaning the it doesn’t end until midnight, assuming it starts on time!

    The final season was great, lots of ups and downs and a few surprises along the way.

  2. Handfull of eps to go, no word from ABC (US) yet if it will be renewed, ratings were down on the S02 finale, quite a lot from the S01 finale and overall ratings weren’t that flash for the of whole season 2

  3. The final season of Parenthood was justly one of the best. Three weeks has transpired since the finale aired in the US and I still feel truly eviscerated as Parenthood substantiated to be one of those shows that never set the ratings on fire but had a dependable audience that followed it from day one.

    What I find even more enthralling is a viewer’s thoughts, feelings and anecdotes when a show concludes its run. I didn’t come across any negative acuities relating to the finale other than the fans feeling entitled to a two-hour finale. The Parenthood faithful that visit this site are in for a treat.

    • Amen to that danny. It has been good from go to whoa. My only gripe was when they talked over each over quite loudly (a la Brothers & Sisters) but then, maybe that’s how we all behave in emotional times.

    • harrypotter1994

      Ah love your comments, totally looking forward to this final season so much! And to think I didn’t even want to watch this show when it first started – going to be sad to say goodbye

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