The Longest Running Family Drama in Television History!
|The Camden family returns on DVD for Season Five of the award-winning, critically acclaimed drama 7th Heaven. This hit series strikes a chord with traditional families everywhere. This season, Reverend Eric Camden (Stephen Collins) takes over household duties when stay-at-home wife Annie (Catherine Hicks) returns to school. Meanwhile, the whole family intervenes when bad influences threaten to drag down oldest daughter Mary (Jessica Biel). As Simon (David Gallagher) copes with dating and Ruthie (Mackenzie Rosman) settles in at a new school, older siblings Lucy (Beverly Mitchell) and Matt (Barry Watson) discover their life paths...and find romance along the way. With a liberal helping of laughter, tears, and love, the Camdens can handle all of life's problems. The 22 heartwarming episodes of Season Five prove why 7th Heaven was the longest running family drama on television.|
"...like "The Brady Bunch," only it has dramatic elements and is an hour long. Entertain Your Brain!
"...the best family show on television. TV Guide
"...one of the best family dramas ever to be shown on television...Collins and Hicks give the audience two of the best parental roles models ever. Home Theater Info
"...a celebration of a healthy, loving family... Janet Weeks, TV Guide
"...like "The Brady Bunch," only it has dramatic elements and is an hour long. Shawn McKenzie, Entertain Your Brain!
Editor's NoteThe heartwarming television dramedy 7TH HEAVEN blends sometimes outlandishly comic situations with dramatic plotlines about serious social issues into a positive affirmation of family values and Christian morality. Produced by Aaron Spelling, the series centers on an all-American family headed by Reverend Eric Camden (Stephen Collins) and his stay-at-home wife, Annie (Catherine Hicks), as they struggle with the daily stresses and joys of parenting. Meanwhile, the Camdens' seven children--oldest son Matt (Barry Watson), athletic good-girl Mary (Jessica Biel), boy-crazy Lucy (Beverley Mitchell), preteen Simon (David Gallagher), precocious grade-schooler Ruthie (Mackenzie Rosman), and newborn twins Sam and David (real-life twins Lorenzo and Nikolas Brino)--navigate the trials and tribulations of growing up with wholesome aplomb. This collection presents every episode of the family drama's fifth season.
Cast & Crew
|Brenda Hampton - Writer|
|Burt Brinckerhoff - Producer|
|Dan Foliart, et. al. - Original Music By|
|Jeff Olsen - Executive Producer|
|Keith Truesdell - Director|
|Michael F. Anderson, et. al. - Editor|
|Ronald E. High, et. al. - Cinematographer|
|Emmy, Patricia Van Ryker, Mary Ann Good, Outstanding Art Direction for a Series|
|Patricia Van Ryker, Mary Ann Good, Nominee, Outstanding Art Direction for a Series|