Krause has already met with Sorkin, who is coming off of the final season of , about an idea "for a show which would eat my life," he says, "so I don't know if I want to pursue it." Although he admits he has an agent who would prefer he not do TV for awhile, Krause himself is not quite sure.
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“We keep things pretty private [but] I will say that on my flight here from L. I was happy to see on Direct TV that they were playing , Graham explained, “At our age we’d probably both been through ‘showmances’ that went south and made work an uncomfortable place to be,” she wrote.
"Not that he doesn't still want to help his family members, but he would be generous to a fault if somebody needed something. Now he's trying to see if he can find something to do that he loves."That's the challenge Krause now faces as well. 29, the actor is officially on the hunt for his next project.
"I've been busy for 17 years, so I don't know what I want to do next," he says.
And they weren't alone."I came at the character differently than where they wound up because I always felt like — and it's what attracted me to the role — that Adam was a guy who wanted to be the best father, the best husband, the best son, the best brother he could be, and that was enough for him," Peter Krause tells Most memorable finales ever After getting his start doing sketch comedy on Carol Burnett's , which fell victim to the 2008 writers strike and conflicting creative visions between, as Krause explains it, himself, Donald Sutherland, creator Craig Wright and ABC."We were trying to make a satire and they wanted a soap opera," he recalls." allowed me to spend time with him on a weekly basis, but also gave me a big chunk of time in the spring to assistant-coach his baseball team and I got to be more involved with him because of the show," he says."I have a great appetite as an actor for more to do, but I try to balance my professional life with my real parenthood life and this show provided that."As for the series finale, Krause says it will be a fitting conclusion to the many trials and triumphs the Bravermans have endured onscreen.