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‘Army Wives’ Final Salute — The Cast Reunites One Last Time

Sun, March 16, 2014 11:00am EDT by Elizabeth Wagmeister 36 Comments
Army Wives Reunion Special
Courtesy of Lifetime

‘Army Wives’ is saluting off for good! The heartfelt drama wraps its seven season run with a two hour reunion special tonight. EXCLUSIVELY caught up with the cast to get the final scoop!

Lifetime’s hit drama Army Wives is marching off the air. After seven years together, the ladies sit down for a retrospective reunion special and pay their respects to America’s real-life heroes. 

‘Army Wives’ Pays Respect to U.S. Heroes In Reunion Special

Kim Delaney, Sally Pressman, Brigid Brannagh, Wendy Davis, Sterling K. Brown, Brian McNamara, Terry Serpico, Drew Fuller and Jeremy Davidson all reunite on Sunday, March 16 (9/8c) to say goodbye to their wildly successful series, Army Wives.

We caught up with the series’ star, Wendy Davis, who shared her gratitude for America’s real heroes, plus her costars on the show.

“The reunion show [tonight] is a chance for us to collectively share how deeply we appreciate the men and women who serve our country and the families that love and support them,” Wendy told EXCLUSIVELY. “Being part of Army Wives was magical. We all knew it was a special show because of the stories and extraordinary people we represented.”

Executive Producer Jeff Melvoin chimed in, EXCLUSIVELY telling, “It was a privilege to represent a unique and largely ignored slice of our population who serve our country.  They sacrifice a lot.”

‘Army Wives’ Final Salute: The Series Says Goodbye After 7 Seasons

“One thing we learned from the actual army wives we got to know through making the series is that the bonds created in the military last a lifetime.,” Jeff told “That’s how the Army Wives cast, crew, and writers came to feel about each other, as well.  You can see it in the special.”

Fans of the drama will be happy to spend two final hours with the Army Wives family. “We used to say a good episode contained a tear, a hug, and a smile,” Jeff adds. “You get plenty of each in the special, which is a fitting sendoff to a series that touched all of us who worked on it in a special way.”

God bless America!

HollywoodLifers, are you sad to see Army Wives march off the air? Let us know what you will miss about the show!

— Elizabeth Wagmeister

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