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Lifetime will say goodbye to Army Wives next month with a two-hour farewell special, TVLine reports.
Army Wives: A Finale Salute will air Sunday, March 16 at 9/8c.
Three's company for Sally Pressman and husband David Rogers. The Army Wives actress is pregnant with her first child, Us Weekly reports.
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Sally Pressman and David Rogers
Army Wives actress Sally Pressman became a real-life wife, marrying longtime boyfriend David Rogers, People reports.
The couple wed Saturday at the Bacara Resort & Spa in Santa Barbara, Calif.
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ABC's Modern Family is ending its second season by adding a new series regular. The name of this pretty young new character: Bridgette. Who is she, you ask? "We're getting a French bulldog for me to hang out with," reports Rico Rodriguez (Manny). "She'll probably be ...
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Not many TV shows earn promotional shout-outs from both John McCain and Barack Obama But endorsing Army Wives A political no-brainer The hit Lifetime drama Sundays at 10 pmET after all depicts with sensitivity and soap-operatic flourish the lives of American military families The candidates high-profile tributes were the latest signs of success for the networks most popular show which scored record ratings for its second-season opener as well as an official thumbs-up from the US Department of DefenseThe upshot of that seal of approval permission to film inside an actual C-17 transport plane at Charleston Air Force Base in South Carolina near the set used as the shows fictional Army post The DoD also provided a medical evacuation crew to reenact their duties nursing wounded soldiers We want to help the show portray the military not only in a good light but in a realistic light says Air Force public affairs officer Capt Wayne Capps The series als
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Ever Carradine and Kyle Secor have joined the cast of the new fall drama Women's Murder Club, playing Rob Estes' fiancée and a charming lawyer, respectively.... Also per the Reporter, CSI: NY's A.J. Buckley (aka lab tech Adam) has been bumped up to series-regular status.... Benny Ciaramello (Filthy Gorgeous) is joining Friday Night Lights in a recurring role, as Lyla's love interest.... Sally Pressman (Army Wives) stars as a married woman hiding an addiction to s-e-x in the Lifetime flick Love Sick. JAG's David James Elliott plays one of her regular booty calls.
Lifetime's Army Wives (Sundays at 10 pm/ET) doesn't take a stance on the war, but it's still making a big noise. Since its June 3 debut, the soap has smashed the female-friendly network's ratings records with almost four million viewers a week. It doesn't hurt that the show stars popular TV veterans Kim Delaney (NYPD Blue) and Catherine Bell (JAG) and that it's lustier than Lifetime's usual fare. But Army Wives also seems to be striking a chord with its depiction of military family life — a world full of rituals, duties and sacrifices unknown to most of America. "People keep coming up to me saying it's about time we see the female perspective on war," explains ex
On TV, it's the summer of the wife.
Barely had Desperate Housewives wrapped its third season than a sudden blitz began: USA Network's comic The Starter Wife (Thursdays, 9 pm/ET), ABC's insipid reality show Ex-Wives Club (Mondays, 9 pm/ET) and a fifth and final season of BBC America's campy Footballers Wive$ (starts Wednesday, 8 pm/ET).
Since Lifetime couldn't possibly sit this wave out, along comes Army Wives (premieres June 3 at 10 pm/ET), a sudsy home-front drama about military families set against a current backdrop of war and wrenching deployments. It fits this network's brand like a dress