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  1. 'The Path' Renewed for Second Season at Hulu

    4:45 am 5/4/2016

    The drama, from Jessica Goldberg and Jason Katims, stars Aaron Paul, Michelle Monaghan and Hugh Dancy. Read more

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  2. Jason Katims Comedy Anthology Ordered to Pilot at Showtime

    4:00 pm 2/24/2016

    Dating comedy 'Mating' will revolve around a different protagonist every season and the pilot order is contingent on finding a lead.Read more

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  3. Jason Katims' Silicon Valley Medical Drama Scores Pilot Order at CBS

    3:30 pm 1/22/2016

    Comedy 'Superior Donuts,' based on the Tracy Letts play, has also been picked up to pilot. Read more

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  4. Jason Katims Really Wants to Revisit 'Parenthood'

    11:14 am 1/9/2016

    The showrunner tells THR that he was inspired by 'Boyhood' and would love to see a follow-up of his critical darling NBC family drama.Read more

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  5. Jason Katims Romantic Drama 'Us' Scores HBO Pilot Order

    10:30 am 6/24/2015

    Giving the 'Parenthood' and 'About a Boy' alum two shows.Read more

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  6. Aaron Paul Nabs Male Lead in Jason Katims' Hulu Drama 'The Way'

    9:00 am 6/17/2015

    The 'Breaking Bad' alum will star opposite Michelle Monaghan in the series created by Jessica Goldberg.Read more

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  7. Michelle Monaghan to Star in Jason Katims' Hulu Drama 'The Way'

    9:00 am 6/9/2015

    Mike Cahill will direct the pilot of the series created by Jessica Goldberg.Read more

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  8. 'Parenthood' Boss: I Would Love to Do a Limited Series Revival

    11:23 am 4/17/2015

    Executive producer Jason Katims reveals why he's already ruled out a follow-up movie.Read more

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  9. Jason Katims Drama Lands Straight-to-Series Order at Hulu

    9:00 am 3/23/2015

    'The Way' is based on a spec written by 'Parenthood' alum Jessica Goldberg.Read more

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  10. Bar-Hopping With Kyle Chandler: 'Bloodline' Star on His "Dark, Evil" Period, Comedy Dreams and Return to TV

    9:00 am 2/25/2015

    The actor was offered "every 40-year-old male lead on TV" after the role that won him an Emmy. What did he do? Take small parts in Oscar movies, nix an 'FNL' movie and disappear to Austin, Texas, where his un-Coach-like story (yep, afternoon bar crawls included) now picks up as he makes his TV return with Netflix's 'Bloodline' — and vows never to wear a baseball cap again.Read more

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