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Army Wives Season 7 Starts March 10th

It is almost time ladies!!!

They Stood Together…Cried Together…But They Never Imagined Losing the One Who Held Them Together

On Sunday, March 10, the hit series Army Wives returns to Lifetime for its seventh season. AND THINGS HAVE CHANGED DRAMATICALLY. It’s time to say goodbye to a major cast member and to welcome some new faces to Fort Marshall.
Here are some exclusive “behind the scenes” looks into this season through personal conversations with a few in the cast! Bet you didn’t know…

Army wives season 7

Wendy Davis (who returns to the role of Joan Burton) is the complete opposite of Joan: “I am such a pushover as a mom…Last night I told my daughter to go to bed at 8:30, and at 10 she was still awake! Joan would never have that. Joan is very tunnel-visioned (sic) and I am not like that at all.” Did you know that Joan defied expectations and rose through the ranks, becoming Fort Marshall’s first African-American female lieutenant colonel — commanding more than 400 men?

Army wives season 7

Catherine Bell, back as Denise Sherwood, originally went to college to become a doctor: “I studied bio-medical engineering until I discovered modeling. I am a tomboy…I love cars and motorcycles and extreme sports.” Did you know that Denise’s character started out very reserved and unsure of what she wanted to do in life? Over the past six seasons the character has grown dramatically, and Denise is now much more in line with Catherine’s personality.

 

Army wives season 7

Kelli Williams is reprising her role this season (Season 6 was her first!) as Jackie Clark. Kelli brings her experience of growing up in a very conservative household to her character: “I grew up going to country clubs…things that I don’t respond to in my life now but are totally Jackie…so to prepare for the role, I just amp up the pearl-wearing!” Did you know that the fans gave Kelli a tough time about her character, they didn’t trust her and didn’t think she was fair with Claudia Joy? Kelli says she’s the complete opposite of Jackie!

 

Army wives season 7

New to the cast this season is Torrey DeVitto as Maggie Hall. As we meet Maggie we will find that she, like lots of us, struggles to find herself. She left the Army to be a stay-at-home mom, and is having a difficult time with new roles in her life…mom to a blended family, wife to a new husband and a very different life at home compared with that of a soldier. To prepare for her new role, Torrey attended a day of Army physical training: “I didn’t want to tell the guys, but I had to leave early because I thought I was going to throw up…my body was begging me to stop. I have always had such respect for people in the service, and I always knew it was not easy. I was never so aware of how strong you need to be mentally and physically!”

The Seventh Season of Army Wives Premieres on Lifetime, Sunday, March 10 at 9/8c. You can catch up with the ladies and watch full episodes of last season online!

In Season 7, a new tribe emerges from the shadow of tragedy. Maintaining the enduring premise of Army Wives, the audience will witness a remarkable group of women – some familiar, some new – form friendships that see them through the challenges of Army life as their husbands serve at a dangerous outpost in Afghanistan.

Who plans to watch?

 

 

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  • http://barb-letschat.blogspot.com Barb

    Hi,
    Army Wives is the one television show I refuse to miss. I am so looking forward to this new season. It won’t be quite the same this time around, watching it without my sweet Johnny, who died on Oct. 27, 2012, but I will still enjoy it. How could I not? It’s the best out there, showing to the world both sides of the coin, which is what I love so much. People who watch it are better able to understand both views: how life is for those serving our country and how it is for those left behind, waiting for them to return.
    You take care. I always pray for you and your family.
    Love you much.
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  • http://themottos.blogspot.com Shelly

    I am so glad that you posted this. I didn’t know it was even coming back at all. I am setting my DVR right now.
    Shelly recently posted..Frumps to Pumps