Army Wives

Lifetime Cancels Army Wives

After seven seasons, Lifetime has cancelled its long-running military soap opera Army Wives. The cable network announced the series' recently wrapped seventh season would be its last. There are also plans for a two-hour retrospective special, which is expected to air next year. 

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All My Children Alum Jesse McCartney to Recur on Army Wives

Actor/singer Jesse McCartney has nabbed a recurring role on Army Wives. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the All My Children alum will play Pvt. Tim Truman, who is the husband and high school sweetheart of Holly Truman (Elle McLemore). READ MORE

Lifetime Set to Become 'Buzzier'

Is Lifetime going edgier? Looks that way. A+E President of Entertainment and Media Nancy Debuc believes the soapy cable channel needs to generate more watercooler buzz, like it has with Liz & Dick, The Client List and Steel Magnolias, reports Deadline. Said Debuc:

“There’s no question, Lifetime must evolve. It’s a work in progress right now." READ MORE

All My Children Alum Kim Delaney LEAVING Army Wives?!

Say it ain't so! Deadline is reporting Kim Delaney is poised to exit Lifetime's hit drama Army Wives. According to the site, the network has just renewed the series for a seventh season and will return likely minus Delaney. READ MORE

Josh Kelly Debuts on Army Wives This Sunday!

Former One Live to Live star John Kelly is suiting up in his army fatigues once again. The real life veteran-turned-actor will guest star on Lifetime's Army Wives on July 1 and July 8. Kelly will play Lt. Cody Anderson, an officer who Trevor (Drew Fuller) and Roxy (Sally Pressman) befriend. Army Wives airs Sundays at 10 PM EST on Lifetime.

Lifetime Gives Devious Maids 13-Episode Order!


Marc Cherry's Devious Maids is back in play! The Desperate Housewives auteur's adaptation of the telenovela Ellas son la Alegría del Hogar has been picked up with a 13-episode order. Ex-Housewife Eva Longoria is one of the executive producers. READ MORE