7th Heaven TV Show Facts
A minister dad and a stay-at-home mom have their hands full raising seven children, who deal with problems from teen suicide to gang violence. Check out some fun facts on 7th Heaven!
A minister dad and a stay-at-home mom have their hands full raising seven children, not to mention caring for the friends, boyfriends and girlfriends who come and go in the Camden house! Through the ups and downs of dealing with today's problems, from teen suicide to gang violence, the Camdens stay balanced by focusing on family values and having a strong faith in God.
7th Heaven - Main Cast
- Reverend Eric Camden - Stephen Collins
- Annie Camden - Catherine Hicks
- Matt Camden - Barry Watson
- Lucy Camden Kinkirk - Beverley Mitchell
- Simon Camden - David Gallagher
- Ruthie Camden - Mackenzie Rosman
- Sam and David Camden - Nikolas and Lorenzo Brino
- Kevin Kinkirk - George Stults
- Martin Brewer - Tyler Hoechlin
7th Heaven - Fun Facts
- Hilary Duff's big sis joined the 7th Heaven cast for 13 episodes during their tenth season. Haylie played Sandy, Martin's pregnant girlfriend.
- Jessica Biel, who played eldest daughter Mary Camden for seven seasons, left the show in 2003 cuz she was frustrated with her good girl character.
- After a short absence, Barry Watson and David Gallagher returned in the ninth season. Matt was determined to save his failing marriage, while Simon was the first Camden ever to have premarital sex.
- The show has had a ton of guest actors, from Ashlee Simpson to Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen. Ashlee played Simon's girlfriend, Cecilia Smith, for two seasons and is now busy pursuing her booming singing career. The Olsen twins appeared on one episode as bad girls Carol and Sue Murphy, who got Simon into trouble at school!
- Pop singer Aaron Carter joined the cast for a few episodes during the ninth season as Ruthie's crush, who she met in detention.
- The show was scheduled to go off the air after the tenth season, but was renewed by The CW after higher than expected viewership for the season finale. You can catch 7th Heaven on Sundays at 8/7c on The CW.
7th Heaven - Season One DVD
The first season of 7th Heaven has been released on DVD. Journey back to the beginning, when the Camden parents were only raising five children and life seemed a little less chaotic!
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7th Heaven - Season Two DVD
If you're a fan of 7th Heaven, you're probably going to want to grab the second season of 7th Heaven. There aren't any extras, but you do get all 22 episodes of this heartfelt series!
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7th Heaven - Season Three DVD
More than a year and a half after the release of season two on DVD, 7th Heaven fans are in for a holiday treat with the release of season three on November 28, 2006. This season is full of fun, family episodes that include all the original Camden kids - Matt, Mary, Lucy, Simon and Ruthie! Take a trip back to a time when the Camden house was just a little less chaotic!
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7th Heaven - Season Four DVD
Two more additions are made to the Camden family in season four with the arrival of twins, Sam and David. Mary's having a rough time of it in her last year of high school, and even gets arrested after trashing the school's gym! Fans of the show will definitely want to grab a copy of season four so they can relive the rollercoaster that is the Camden's lives.
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