Fall TV Recommendation Guide 2015: If You Like That, Check Out This

Some days, it can feel like we have too many options for what we want to watch on TV.

Between the networks, cable, streaming and DVRs, it’s almost impossible to figure out what’s worth watching (and what to skip). Luckily, there’s an easy way to find the show that will become your newest obsession – by looking back at your current favorites for inspiration.

To help you build your dream fall TV line-up, we’ve highlighted five shows that are perfect companions to the ones you already love.

These Parenthood Stars Say the Whole Cast 'Would Love' to Film a Reunion

If Sarah Ramos and Miles Heizer have their way, you haven’t seen the last of the Bravermans.

The actors would be thrilled to shoot a Parenthood reunion one day, they told PEOPLE on Thursday night at the ATX Television Festival in Austin, Texas.

“I think 100 percent, everybody would,” said Heizer, 21, of the cast coming back together.

Mae Whitman: 'I Was Bullied All Through School'

Mae Whitman took on the part as the “Designated Ugly Fat Friend” in the new teen comedy The DUFF not just to have a post-Parenthood movie role, but also to give a voice to those struggling with acceptance and image issues – just like she did.

Mae Whitman Talks Parenthood Finale and What's Next

Mae Whitman, who played Amber in Parenthood, which had its series finale Thursday night, was sad to see the show go, but says she plans on keeping in touch with her cast members.

PEOPLE chatted with Whitman after the finale to hear what it was like saying goodbye to the Bravermans – and what she took from the set to remember the experience by.

John Corbett Returns, Sarah Gets Roasted and Hank Gets Style Tips in Parenthood Finale Deleted Scenes

Thursday night’s series finale of Parenthood left many fans with tears streaming down their face.

Between Zeek’s (Craig T. Nelson) death and Hank (Ray Romano) and Sarah’s (Lauren Graham) wedding, the finale made it hard to say goodbye.

Good news, we have more Bravermans for you!

Parenthood Series Finale: The Bravermans Say Goodbye

Admit it, everyone has wanted to be part of the Braverman clan at some point.

Not because they had it all together – because they definitely didn’t. They were far from perfect and didn’t always see eye to eye, but the love they shared with one another was genuinely beautiful.

There wasn’t a school play or family dinner that a Braverman missed. So, of course, everyone had to come together for Hank and Sarah’s wedding on Thursday’s series finale – even Haddie (Sarah Ramos), who hadn’t been in an episode since coming out to her parents in season 5.

10 Times Parenthood Made Us Cry

The end of an era is upon us. Yes, the moment we’ve all been dreading since the Bravermans entered our lives in 2010 has finally arrived.

We’ve been through so much with Adam, Sarah, Julia and Crosby. And we were right there during Max’s student council speech and stuck by Kristina’s side through cancer. We fought for Julia and Joel’s relationship and cried when Zeek and Camille sold their house.

Erika Christensen Is Engaged to Cole Maness

The state of Julia Braverman’s marriage may be up in the air, but Erika Christensen’s happily ever after is just getting started.

The Parenthood star is engaged to cyclist Cole Maness, her rep confirms to PEOPLE.

Although the couple has kept quiet about the relationship, both Christensen, 32, and Maness are active on social media and share silly snapshots of their adventures together.

All Grown Up: Ron Howard's Parenthood Cast 25 Years Later

Family: You can’t live with ‘em, you can’t live without ‘em – so you might as well make a movie about them. That’s exactly what Ron Howard did with Parenthood, which hit theaters on August 2, 1989.