Craig T. Nelson has been around the TV block quite a few times. Not only is he best remembered as "Coach" but he also has been the Braverman patriarch for the last four seasons of the "bubble show." Now, Huffington Post reports on March 12 that Nelson is more than a little ticked with NBC for not promoting "Parenthood" despite its steady fan base that seems to be ever growing.
Nelson feels that the reason the show hasn't been renewed or dropped for a fifth season because they aren't doing full seasons, there is no promotion or talk about what's happening, and they almost seem like they are ashamed of the one drama that actually airs real life problems. The adoption community as well as the autistic community feel that this show needs to stay on air because it depicts real life trials that families in similar situations deal with that others that live a typical family experience have no idea about, and can often make those other families lives more difficult.
Fortunately for "Parenthood" fans, the creator of the show, Jason Kitims, says that there will likely be a season five, but it still sits on the bubble and could go either way. Do you want to see another full season of "Parenthood?"