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May 7, 2007 | SCOTT COLLINS
STEPHEN COLLINS is relieved he won't have to die on TV. The 59-year-old actor has played the Rev. Eric Camden, the wise and whimsical patriarch on the CW's family drama "7th Heaven," for 11 seasons -- 243 episodes in all, an eternity in television. As the series marches toward its last episode Sunday, some have feared that the heart problems the producers gave Eric might prove conveniently, well, terminal.
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May 7, 2007 | SCOTT COLLINS
STEPHEN COLLINS is relieved he won't have to die on TV. The 59-year-old actor has played the Rev. Eric Camden, the wise and whimsical patriarch on the CW's family drama "7th Heaven," for 11 seasons -- 243 episodes in all, an eternity in television. As the series marches toward its last episode Sunday, some have feared that the heart problems the producers gave Eric might prove conveniently, well, terminal.
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August 14, 1997 | STEVE WEINSTEIN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Lying, cheating, cleavage, cat fights and sexual blackmail have always worked better for Aaron Spelling than sweetness and love. Case in point: "7th Heaven." The weekly series on the fledgling WB network about a minister, his homemaking wife and their five children is one of the loveliest, most moral shows on the air. It's also one of the least watched, ranking 160th out of 168 prime-time network series in the season that ended last May.
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November 12, 2005 | Maria Elena Fernandez
"7th Heaven," the WB family drama that has been running Mondays at 8 p.m. since it launched in 1996, will conclude its run at the end of this television season in May, the network announced Friday. The series, about a Christian family and the complexities of growing up in contemporary America, stars Stephen Collins and Catherine Hicks.
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November 12, 2005 | Maria Elena Fernandez
"7th Heaven," the WB family drama that has been running Mondays at 8 p.m. since it launched in 1996, will conclude its run at the end of this television season in May, the network announced Friday. The series, about a Christian family and the complexities of growing up in contemporary America, stars Stephen Collins and Catherine Hicks.
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February 12, 2005 | Susan King
The hourlong series "7th Heaven" is making TV history. The WB Network's wholesome drama got an early pickup Friday for a 10th season, which will make it the longest-running family drama in the annals of television. The previous record was held by two series that began in the 1970s: CBS' "The Waltons" and NBC's "Little House on the Prairie."
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August 22, 2004 | Kate O'Hare, Special to The Times
A lot of his fans may not be old enough to drive, but 19-year-old David Gallagher is now a proud USC Trojan and eager to have Simon Camden, his character on the WB Network's family drama "7th Heaven," grow up as well. And it looks like he's getting his wish as the show begins its ninth season Sept. 13.
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February 12, 2005 | Susan King
The hourlong series "7th Heaven" is making TV history. The WB Network's wholesome drama got an early pickup Friday for a 10th season, which will make it the longest-running family drama in the annals of television. The previous record was held by two series that began in the 1970s: CBS' "The Waltons" and NBC's "Little House on the Prairie."
NEWS
August 22, 2004 | Kate O'Hare, Special to The Times
A lot of his fans may not be old enough to drive, but 19-year-old David Gallagher is now a proud USC Trojan and eager to have Simon Camden, his character on the WB Network's family drama "7th Heaven," grow up as well. And it looks like he's getting his wish as the show begins its ninth season Sept. 13.
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August 14, 1997 | STEVE WEINSTEIN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Lying, cheating, cleavage, cat fights and sexual blackmail have always worked better for Aaron Spelling than sweetness and love. Case in point: "7th Heaven." The weekly series on the fledgling WB network about a minister, his homemaking wife and their five children is one of the loveliest, most moral shows on the air. It's also one of the least watched, ranking 160th out of 168 prime-time network series in the season that ended last May.
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