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Lauren Graham, Peter Krause, Mae Whitman


Has it really been over a year since The Bravermans painfully said goodbye?

Although our hearts are still mending from the loss of one of our favorite small screen families, we're still able to get a glimmer of joy by seeing the star-studded cast of Parenthood together again from time to time—like last night!

Lauren Graham, Peter Krause and Mae Whitman had a reunion that made fans' hearts burst with happiness when the young star shared an Instagram with her former onscreen mother and uncle, who came out to support Whitman during opening night of her Broadway play The Mystery of Love & Sex.

"we bravermans gotta stick together #themysteryofloveandsex #supportivefamily #extremelylucky," Whitman captioned the happy photo alongside the real-life couple.

Meanwhile, Graham shared the same photograph on Twitter writing, "@maebirdwing was a STAR last night @CTGLA #MysteryofLoveandSex. @sharonlawrence @DavidPittu @Yorkchop bravo all!," which was retweeted by Whitman, who added, "my family is the best family."

Although photographs help fill the void of the Braverman absence temporarily, we can't deny that there is still a loss there.

Luckily, when E! News spoke with show creator Jason Katims last year during the time of the finale, he gave us some very exciting news that we will hold close to our heart.

"I totally would do a reunion. Look, I've been down this road with Friday Night Lights. We did make an effort to find a way to keep that going, and ultimately, it just wasn't going to work. But with Parenthood, I think  there is something really intriguing with it. Because I want to know where this family is in three years or five years. I want to see what Max is like in his first job. I want to see where these people are down the road. But a milion things have to come together in terms of getting all of  these people available at the same time. And what's the right context of it all."

And now the good part: "I love the idea of doing a reunion movie like Boyhood, where every year, everybody commits a week  to doing this project. Maybe it's not that crazy to think that we could pull something like that off. When the time comes, I'll start picking up the phone and calling these people."

Can the time be now?