NEW YORK - NEW YORK (AP) — NBC is announcing the debut date for its previously delayed drama series, "Parenthood," along with the arrival of other midseason shows.
Initially announced for fall, "Parenthood" will premiere March 1.
"Parenthood" is based on the 1989 film that starred Steve Martin. It is an ensemble series featuring Craig T. Nelson, Bonnie Bedelia and Mae Whitman, as well as Lauren Graham, a recent replacement for Maura Tierney, who was sidelined by illness and forced to withdraw from the show in September.
NBC is owned by General Electric Co.