Army Wives


Army Wives tells the story of four women and one man who are brought together by their common bond – they all have military spouses. The series is based on the book Under the Sabers: The Unwritten Code of Army Wives by Tanya Biank.

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Army Wives Season Four is filled with more of the gripping and heartwarming drama that has made the series a favorite with audiences and critics alike, as the five families grapple with new challenges that threaten to tear apart their lives. Denise (Catherine Bell) and Frank (Terry Serpico) receive unexpected news as they try to make sense of a tragic loss; Roxy (Sally Pressman) adjusts to pregnancy and the anxiety of where Trevor's (Drew Fuller) promotion could take them; a career move complicates Pamela's (Brigid Brannagh) already shaky relationship with Chase (Jeremy Davidson); Claudia Joy (Kim Delaney) follows a long-held dream that puts her in direct conflict with Michael (Brian McNamara); and Roland (Sterling K. Brown) tries to find a balance between career, parenting and marriage after a serious injury sidelines Joan (Wendy Davis).

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The 4th Season of ‘Army Wives’ Gets Discharged April 11

Variety reports that Lifetime has picked April 11 to bring out the fourth season of Army Wives.

Army Wives is produced by ABC Studios. It stars Kim Delaney, Mark Gordon, Deborah Spera and Jeff Melvoin.

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‘True Blood’, ‘24’ and ‘Army Wives’ Add Cast

Valerie Cruz has signed on for a recurring role on HBO's vampire drama True Blood, Tim Guinee is set for a recurring role on Fox's 24, and Clifton Powell will recur on Lifetime's Army Wives, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

On True Blood, Cruz (Dexter) will play Isabel, an elegant Hispanic vampire.

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‘Army Wives’ Second Season Premiers with a Bang

Get ready for a shocker this week. Army Wives returns and starts up right after the bomb exploded in the bar. Getting their lives back to normal is difficult for the people on the post, but they each manage in their own way. However one of them does not survive. I cannot give away anything to spoil it for anyone, but I can tell you that it is a shocker. I didn't see it coming. Season 1 ended with a bang and Season 2 opens June 8 with the repercussions of that event. Army Wives airs Sunday at 10 pm ET/PT on Lifetime.

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Inside the ‘Army Wives’ Season Finale

The lives, loves, highs, lows and dangers of living on an army post all come into play in this episode which will have viewers anxiously waiting for the next season.

A new terrorist threat has the post on high alert, which adds additional tension for the families. And for those who are scheduled to deploy, saying good-bye to their families is a little harder than usual.

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‘Army Wives’ Gets Second Season

The very sexy Lifetime series Army Wives has been renewed for another season. According to Variety the cable channel plans on announcing the renewal during its part of the TV Critics Assn. summer press tour.

The show is based on Tanya Biank's book Under the Sabers: The Unwritten Code of Army Wives. The show airs on Sunday nights. Check your local listings for times.

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Lifetime Television to Launch Three New Dramas on the Same Night This Summer

In a dramatic expansion of its original programming lineup powered by a 31% budget increase over 2006, Lifetime Television is launching a trio of new dramas this summer -- all within an 8-11 PM block on Sunday night -- marking the first time any basic cable network has ever premiered three new series for the same night of the week in the same programming season, Lifetime President and CEO Betty Cohen and Entertainment President Susanne Daniels announced.

The cornerstones of Lifetime's largest original programming investment ever will be Army Wives, about a diverse group of women (and one man) on an Army post, starring Kim Delaney and Catherine Bell, debuting on Sunday, June 3 at 10 PM (ET/PT), joined on Sunday, July 15 at 8 PM (ET/PT) by Side Order of Life, starring Marisa Coughlan as a reporter who receives a "wake-up call from the universe," before marrying co-star Jason Priestley. Followed at 9 PM (ET/PT) by State of Mind, showcasing actress Lili Taylor as a brilliant therapist dealing with personal problems and eclectic patients.

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