Roxy LeBlanc finally tackles the GED exam with Roland's mentoring and Trevor's support. Find out what Yale grad Sally Pressman had to say about this milestone in her character's life:
Perhaps one of the most talked about scenes of "Army Wives" Season 2 was Pamela's girl-kiss with her journalist friend, Brenda.
Brigid Brannagh spills what her reaction was the first time she read the script and found out what was in store for her character Pamela:
Watch the full clip of one of the top 10 "Army Wives" moments of the season now:
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myLifetime member kimby03 thinks that Joan will remain at Fort Marshall and will not deploy, getting some more time to spend with her new baby girl, Sarah Elizabeth.
Do you agree? Sound off and share your own opinions of what's to come when Season 3 of "Army Wives" returns in June here.
Watch this clip from the latest "Army Wives Confidential" where actress Wendy Davis (Joan Burton) shares some on-set silliness...
Sally Pressman and Drew Fuller recount Trevor's unwanted advances from Roxy's sassy employee, Sandi, at Betty's in Season 2 of "Army Wives."
With all the cheating happening on Post lately, do you think it could ever happen in Trevor and Roxy's relationship?
Check out the latest clip from "Army Wives Confidential," where actress Sally Pressman (Roxy LeBlanc) reveals that her Blackberry sometimes serves as a cheat sheet script during rehearsals!
Brigid Brannagh, Brian McNamara and Wendy Davis discuss the effects of having new character Evan Connor on post, and how he's shaking things up with his aggressive power plays — including shutting down Pamela's successful radio show: Talk about Evan Connor, his wife Jennifer, and the rest of the "Army Wives" characters on the "Army Wives" Community.
"Army Wives," cable’s #1 rated drama series among women 18-49, has been renewed for a fourth season. Eighteen new episodes have been ordered and will premiere in 2010. Season 3 of the series is scheduled to premiere in June 2009 during its regular time slot, Sundays at 10 PM et/pt on Lifetime Television. The announcement was made today by JoAnn Alfano, Executive Vice President, Entertainment, Lifetime Networks.
Is Trevor LeBlanc "hero" material? Actor Drew Fuller shares his thoughts on his character's accomplishments in the latest clip from "Army Wives Confidential."Enjoy more of these behind-the-scenes clips Sundays at 10 pm et/pt during episodes of "Army Wives" Season 2.
Community member MissVampy suspects that there will be "a pregnancy in season 3 but it isn't going to be Roxy's. It's going to be Denise and her boy toy soldier."Do you agree? Join the discussion and let us know! Plus, tune in to "Army Wives" this Sunday at 10 pm et/pt to catch another episode from Season 2 and a special behind-the-scenes look at what really happened when they filmed it on "Army Wives Confidential."