Some of the main characters on the NBC series "Parenthood" include Braverman family patriarch Zeek, his wife Camille, and their four children: Sarah, Julia, Crosby and Adam. The show also features the former and current romantic partners of the four children, as well as the Braverman grandchildren.
Sarah Braverman, played by Lauren Graham, is a single mother with a daughter, Amber, and a son, Drew. The rebellious Amber, played by Mae Whitman, became an important character over the course of the show. In the 2015 series finale, Sarah marries her love interest, Hank, played by Ray Romano.
Julia Braverman, played by Erika Christensen, has a daughter named Sydney and an adopted son named Victor. Her relationship with her husband, Joel, played by Sam Jaeger, featured heavily on the show.
Crosby Braverman, played by Dax Shepard, eventually marries Jasmine, played by Joy Bryant. They have two young children.
Oldest sibling Adam Braverman, played by Peter Krause, is married to Kristina, played by Monica Potter. Kristina's battle with breast cancer was depicted on the show, as well as the couple's struggles with their son, Max, who has Asperger's syndrome. They also have a daughter in college and a toddler.
"Parenthood" ran for six seasons, from 2010 to 2015. Hollywood veterans Ron Howard and Brian Grazer were among the executive producers.