The “Parenthood” Season 3 finale left a lot up in the air when it came to Haddie’s (Sarah Ramos) college aspirations, particularly because her dad, Adam (Peter Krause), passed up an opportunity that could have helped pay her tuition.
Don’t worry, Haddie fans — the good news is, she’s going to college. The bad news is that means that Ramos won’t be around Berkeley as much next season. Zap2it has confirmed that Ramos’ role in Season 4 will be reduced to a guest-starring level as Haddie pursues her East Coast dreams.
Haddie will, however, be home for Thanksgiving and Christmas, so we’ll see how college (and a little space from the Braverman madness) changes her. We’re also hearing that her mom, Kristina, may be getting some bad news from her doctor this season, which will certainly impact Haddie as well.
Before she leaves for school, Haddie will get face time with the whole clan when they decide to take a family portrait in the Season 4 premiere. To say that hijinks ensue would be an enormous understatement.
Ramos was nominated for an ALMA Award last week, for favorite TV actress in a supporting role.