The season finale of This Is Us was broadcast this week. In the last episode of season 3 we finally discovered who ‘her’ was and the emotionally charged final in which many fans are already counting down to the premiere of season 4 on NBC.
Although there is still no word when season four will be broadcast, if you are looking for another TV show that brings the smile and tears that This Is Us does, then luckily there are quite a few shows in the air that will be today give you feel the same as the NBC hit.
Parenting is a heart-warming TV show that displays the true meaning of love and family in the same way as This Is Us. The show – now from the air – follows the lives of the Braverman family. Zeek and Camille Braverman are the matriarch and patriarch of the family. Together they have four children who each have their own family. This show takes a deep look at the ups and downs that most families face from time to time and delivers them in a sensitive and sometimes funny way.
The show, which premiered in 2010 for the first time, was canceled later in 2015 after a run of six seasons. However, you can still stream the entire series on Netflix.
Divorce is broadcast on HBO. The stars Sarah Jessica Parker and Thomas Haden Church, playing a couple going through a divorce. The show gives a realistic view of what many couples have to do with children when going through a permanent split. Although it deals with a heavy and sad subject, the show has devised a way to creatively add subtle hints of humor and at the same time make the plot and dialogue realistic.
Divorce has just packed its second season, but HBO has announced that the show will be extended for a third. If you want to catch up with the first two seasons before season 3 goes live, you can stream it on Amazon.com.
If you are looking for a show with love and unity in a family, then you definitely want to have a look at The Fosters. The show gives viewers a look at how diversity within the family unit can be both challenging and rewarding. Believing in the lives of a biracial lesbian couple, The Fosters examines what it is like for a couple raising their children – both biologically and foster – in a world where stereotypes and judgments of others can influence every family member. This show has a perfect mix of drama and heart-warming moments that will entertain you and give you the feeling that you want to binge-water for an entire season, so you can see what happens next.
The complete series of The Fosters is available on Netflix.