What's Next For Monica Potter & The Women of 'Parenthood?'

NBC has just ordered two brand-new comedy pilots from its biggest and brightest stars. The first series, Sharing, has Jimmy Fallon lined up as an Executive Producer and is another quirky look at life inside of a mundane office. The second unnamed comedy stars Parenthood 's Monica Potter and tells the story of a single mother who reenters the world of dating after being divorced three times. Potter's show is made by Ellen Degeneres' A Very Good Production company along with Warner Brothers, so we can expect plenty of feel-good comedy to come.

Potter isn't the only Parenthood star to have her next big thing lined up. Let's take a look at the upcoming projects of the women of Parenthood.

Lauren Graham

Television’s favorite mom is taking on a different role in the CBS re-boot of The Odd Couple. She’ll be starring alongside Matthew Perry, who plays the grumpy Oscar, as his no-nonsense ex-wife.

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Erika Christensen

Along with The Office’s Angela Kinsey, Christensen stars in the upcoming comedy The Impression Guys — a series about what happens when two impressionists go into a 12-step program to becoming dramatic actors.


Joy Bryant

As co-owner of the fashion label Basic Terrain, Bryant has big things ahead after Parenthood.

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Mae Whitman

Unless you’re living under a rock or are currently buried under the snow of Juno, you know that The Duff is coming.

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Sarah Ramos

Coming up next for Haddie Braverman is the indie drama The Greens Are Gone co-starring Maya Rudolph, Catherine Keener, and Molly Shannon. Hello, powerful female-driven cinema.

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