Lifetime’s “Army Wives” will not be returning for an eighth season. To recognize the show, Lifetime’s longest running series, Lifetime is planning a two-hour retrospective special with cast members that will air early next year.
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Recruitment for Lifetime’s “Army Wives” is going well. The series has signed Brooke Shields to join the cast of the show’s seventh season, where she will play the “brash and… More
“Army Wives” is one of cable’s most popular dramas. For six years, the shows has taken viewers inside a fictional army base, showcasing everything from the military’s social hierarchy to the stresses of soldiers deployments on the spouses and children who are left behind.
“Army Wives” is no stranger to casualties, but the upcoming season will feature a major death, as producers make a dramatic move to reboot the Lifetime series.
Lifetime is enlisting “Army Wives” for another tour of duty. The series will come back for a seventh season, according to The Hollywood Reporter, with a 13-episode pickup that will… More
There’s a new wife at Fort Marshall, and she wants to be the queen bee. Sunday, Kelli Williams (“Lie To Me“) joins the cast of “Army Wives.” She plays Jackie… More
“Army Wives” returns Sunday March 4th with a two hour season premiere, “The Winds of War.” Last season ended with the shocking news that Fort Marshall, the fictional army base where the show is set, was closing.
Those rumors that “All My Children” star Susan Lucci was going to join the cast of “Desperate Housewives” were just a little bit off. The queen of daytime is actually… More
Lifetime’s “Army Wives” is the rare television show that is peaking, both creatively and in popularity, in its fifth season. A recent episode in which one of the show’s original… More
Sunday night’s powerful episode of “Army Wives,” which dealt with the combat death of Jeremy Sherwood (Richard Bryant), attracted the Lifetime drama’s biggest audience to date. 4.8 million viewers tuned… More