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TV Series
    (August 29, 1996-May 13, 2007)
    Set in the fictional town of Glen Oak, California
    Plot: The story of the Camden family as a minister, his wife, and their seven children deal with real-life problems.
    Won two ASCAP Awards (2000, 01)
    Won two Family Television Awards (1999, 02)
    Won a TV Guide Award (1999)
    Won three Teen Choice Awards (2001, 02, 03)
    Won two Young Artist Awards (1997, 98)
    Stephen Collins as Reverend Eric Camden
    Catherine Hicks as Annie Camden
    Barry Watson as Matt Camden (1996-2002, 2004- )
    David Gallagher as Simon Camden (1996-2003, 2004- )
    Jessica Biel as Mary Camden (1996-2001)
    Beverley Mitchell as Lucy Camden Kinkirk
    Mackenzie Rosman as Ruthie Camden
    Nikolas and Lorenzo Brino as Sam & David Camden (1999- )
    George Stults as Kevin Kinkirk (2002- )
    Adam LaVorgna as Robbie Palmer (2000-2002)
    Ashlee Simpson as Cecilia (2002-2004)
    Rachel Blanchard as Roxanne Richardson (2002-2004)
    Geoff Stults as Ben Kinkirk (2002-2003)
    Jeremy London as Rev. Chandler Hampton (2002-2004)
    Scotty Leavenworth as Peter Petrowski (2003-2004)
    Tyler Hoechlin as Martin (2003- )
    Chaz Lamar Shepherd as John Hamilton (1999-2001)
    Maureen Flannigan as Shana Sullivan (1999-2000)
    Happy as Happy
    Aaron Spelling is one of its producers.
    Its critics claim that it relies too heavily on 'very special episodes.'
    Beverley Mitchell auditioned twice before getting the role of Lucy Camden.
    It was originally produced by FOX before moving to the WB.
    Jessica Biel tried to get herself kicked off the show by posing nude in Gear Magazine.
    Because of this, Jessica Biel now regrets it and her character now has a recurring role on the show.
    A Los Angeles synagogue offered a filming location for Matt Camden's wedding to a rabbi's daughter, but withdrew after they saw the rabbi as hostile and intolerant towards his son-in-law.
    Some say the show is too preachy.
    It gave Ashlee Simpson and Aaron Carter acting roles.
    Though Jessica Biel portrayed the eldest sister, she is younger in real life than Mitchell, the younger sister.
    Before the show, both Stephen Collins and Catherine Hicks have appeared in Star Trek movies alongside William Shatner.
    It is the WB's highest-rated series.
    Barry Watson had to leave the show in 2002 because he was diagnosed with Hodgkin's disease.
    The episode 'Nothing Endures But Change' was based on one of Beverley Mitchell's real-life experiences.
    It made the actors who portrayed the original five Camden children into stars.

Credit: Jeff


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