It may not be the end for the Braverman clan.
Nearly two years after Parenthood fans said goodbye to their favorite family on that fateful baseball diamond, we have officially been given hope that a revival could happen someday.
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In an interview with TVLine, show creator Jason Katims admits that he would consider revisiting the show. "There's nothing happening right now," the Emmy winner explained. “But when the time is right I would love to revisit it."
As we all know, Parenthood star Lauren Graham will be reprising her role as the infamous Lorelai Gilmore in Netflix's four-part revival Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life. To our delight, Katims shared that he has been keeping tabs on the Gilmore Girls production team.
"I asked someone who was working on it how they structured it and how it all worked," he shared. "Because I was thinking that might happen [with Parenthood] down the road a few years."
Graham was quick to approve a Parenthood revival and took to Twitter to offer a couple title suggestions for the potential revival series.
"Sits at home waiting for script @nbcParenthood: A Year in the Life," the 49-year-old fan favorite tweeted.
"Still Talking, but not as Fast: From Parenthood to Parenthood, and Everything in Between #nextbook? #jk #butmaybe?" she continued.
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Although, the Parenthood finale did offer some flash-forward sequences that could potentially make way for a revival series, Katims says that more time needs to pass before he can focus once again on the Bravermans family.
"It would start at the moment when I feel like I have a story to tell," he admitted. "But the whole thing about Parenthood is the kids get a little older and their lives change and then there's more story to tell. I feel like that will happen at some point. And then it will be a question of, logistically, can we get the actors [back together] at the same time? And then we have to [find an outlet] that wants to [air] it."