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“Parenthood” Renewed by NBC for Final Season

NBC has made a decision on its last bubble series, and it is a favorable one.

The network announced Sunday that it has renewed “Parenthood” for a final season. The critically acclaimed series will remain in its Thursday at 10PM timeslot.

NBC had previously renewed bubble series “Hannibal” and “About a Boy.” It opted not to move forward with new seasons of “Believe,” “Crisis,” “Growing up Fisher,” “Community,” “Revolution” and “Dracula.”

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