Can you believe that "Army Wives" returns for Season 6 THIS Sunday on Lifetime?! It's worth the wait especially for a two-hour season premiere event!
Season 6 storms back onto Lifetime this Sunday, March 4 with a two-hour block of back-to-back (all-new!!) episodes starting at 9 pm/8c. Get ready to see some serious changes to the tribe in Season 6. As the Army Wives and Husbands prepare to leave the recently decommissioned Fort Marshall and go their separate ways, one will be bidding a final farewell.
In the season premiere episode that you'll see this Sunday, Roxy is having a hard time adjusting to the idea of moving away from her close knit group of friends, especially Pamela. At the Holden household, Michael and Claudia Joy face a tough decision about their future. Despite the turmoil, Denise and Frank are planning a party for Molly's first birthday, which may be the last time the group gathers to celebrate a milestone. But when Joan gets word of a potentially deadly event that will descend on Fort Marshall, the tribe must do what they do best: band together and prepare for their lives to change in an instant.
"Coming Home" Season 2 will now return to Lifetime the following Sunday, March 11 at 10 pm/9c after "Army Wives."
We'll be Live Tweeting the two-hour event this Sunday stay tuned to the "Army Wives" Blog for more details! What are you most excited to see on the two-hour Season 6 Premiere of "Army Wives"?
We're happy to announce that "Army Wives" is returning to Lifetime Sunday, March 4 at 9 pm/8c! We've been giving you sneak peeks at the new season, first with the Season 6 teaser, as well as the first Season 6 photos (and video of Sally Pressman from the first day of shooting!) from set. Now, mark March 4 at 9 pm on your calendars and watch the Season 6 trailer below:
Watch a behind-the-scenes video of the making of the trailer's song, plus learn more about the artist Washington here.
What do you think the ominous warning that one wife won't "weather the storm" means?!
As "Army Wives" fans, there's a lot to take in (and a whole lot to love!) about the extended Season 6 trailer. Many of you on Facebook and Twitter have asked us for more info about the haunting song on the trailer, so we wanted to introduce you to singer-songwriter Washington who sings the featured tune "Riders on the Storm." Check out Washington's bio and watch the behind-the-scenes video for the song here!
Visit the "Army Wives" music guide for artist and download information from each episode.
What is your favorite from the first five seasons of "Army Wives"? What artists do you want to hear on Season 6?
"Army Wives" returns to Lifetime this MARCH! If you tuned in to Lifetime over the weekend, you may have caught an extended commercial for Season 6 that revealed the month (not the day yet, sorry folks!). We'll post the commercial for you later this week here on the "Army Wives" Blog and on myLifetime.com. And when we have an exact date, we'll announce it here! Check out a video of the first day filming for Season 6, with Sally Pressman on the set below:
Stay tuned for the "Army Wives" commercial on the site later this week. Now that we know "Army Wives" will return in less than two months, what will you do until March?!
I'll speak for all of us when I say that I have a serious case of the chills after watching that (um, maybe more than once or twice...) I love the image of them grabbing hands, it reminds me of the Season 5 trailer and the way the Army Wives held each others' hands when they saw the black car pulling up the driveway. "The storm is coming" — what does it all mean, "Army Wives" fans?! Give me your best guesses:
It's official: "Army Wives" has been renewed for Season 6! There will be 13 episodes in the 6th season of Lifetime's hit drama series.
With everything that has happened this season on "Army Wives," we can't wait to find out what is next for the families of Fort Marshall. With only five more episodes to go, how do you think Season 5 will end?
In other news, "Army Wives" actress Catherine Bell will also be starring in the Lifetime Original Movie "Last Man Standing," set to premiere Monday, June 6. In the movie, Catherine plays a suburban housewife and mother who uses her dark past as a military-trained special-ops agent to rescue her kidnapped husband.
Stay tuned to the "Army Wives" Blog for any and all updates we get about the upcoming season... but for now on with Season 5!