7th Heaven is an American drama television series about a Protestant minister's family living in the fictional town of Glenoak, California originally broadcast from 1996-2007. It was created and produced by Brenda Hampton. The series premiered on Monday August 26, 1996, on the WB Television Network, the first time that the WB aired Monday night pro
Last Episode11x22 And Away We Go... Aired: May. 13, 2007
After 11 heavenly seasons in Glenoak, 7TH HEAVEN's Eric (Stephen Collins) and Annie (Catherine Hicks) decide to pack it all up and see America …
7th Heaven: Season 1, Episode #2 - Family Secrets
Matt befriends an unwed teenage mother-to-be and comes into suspicion for keeping her secret.
7th Heaven: Season 1, Episode #4 - No Funerals and a Wedding
A loss is mourned and a baby is born, as the Camdens recover from the death of Annie's mother.
Series Fun Facts
- Stephen Collins (Eric Camden) and Beverley Mitchell (Lucy Camden) are the only actors to appear in all 243 episodes.
- The character 'Rev. Eric Camden' was ranked #11 in TV Guide's list of the "50 Greatest TV Dads of All Time" (20 June 2004 issue).
- When the Camden twin boys Sam and David were introduced to the show in the middle of season three the "7th Heaven" crew used quadruplets (Zachary Brino, Lorenzo Brino, Nikolas Brino, and
[show]When the Camden twin boys Sam and David were introduced to the show in the middle of season three the "7th Heaven" crew used quadruplets (Zachary Brino, Lorenzo Brino, Nikolas Brino, and Myrinda Brino) to play the twin babies as they rotated them around between scenes due to Child Labor Laws and the amount of time one set babies could be kept under lights and camera. But as the twin characters became older the producers decided on using one pair of the quadruplets, Lorenzo and Nikolas, especially since one of the quadruplets was a girl. Beginning from season six both boys had the roles permanently of Sam and David Camden and then appearing in the opening credits of the show.