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The cast of Everwood reunited at The CW's 2017 TCA Summer press tour day on Aug. 2 to reminisce about the beloved family show. In attendance were cocreators Greg Berlanti and Rina Mimoun, plus stars Tom Amandes, Justin Baldoni, John Beasley, Vivien Cardone, Debra Mooney, Stephanie Niznik, Gregory Smith, Emily VanCamp, and Treat Williams. Chris Pratt, who also starred on the show, unfortunately could not be in attendance at the reunion. It was an emotional reunion, with multiple cast members, plus Berlanti, getting choked up when speaking about how much the WB series meant to them all. If you never watched Everwood or you just want to revisit the family drama, all the episodes are now available on the CW Seed streaming platform. Related27 Vintage Shows on Netflix You Need to Binge Next »
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With all four seasons of Everwood now available on its digital channel CW Seed, The CW took another trip down memory lane with a 15th anniversary panel for the WB family drama at the Television Critics Association summer press tour on Wednesday.
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* “This is an emotional day for me,” a visibly choked-up Berlanti said, kicking off a panel that would find several of the stars getting teary-eyed. »
The stars of The WB’s beloved family drama, Everwood, reunited on Wednesday at the Television Critics Association press tour, ahead of the 15th anniversary of the show’s September 2002 premiere. But not everyone was present at the epic reunion.
Series stars Treat Williams, Gregory Smith and Emily VanCamp were joined by Tom Amandes, Debra Mooney, Vivien Cardone, Stephanie Niznik, John Beasley, Justin Baldoni, creator Greg Berlanti and executive producer Rina Mimoun onstage at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, California.
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Did Jack almost turn down a blind date with Rebecca?
In a new sneak peek from Tuesday’s anticipated This Is Us finale, a young, clean-shaven Jack (Milo Ventimiglia) is helping Mrs. Peabody (Debra Mooney) tune up her late husband’s black 1967 Chevelle Super Sport.
If the car looks familiar, it should. It’s the same car Jack covets before turning it in for a more family-friendly station wagon once he and Rebecca find out they’re having triplets.
In the scene, which takes place in 1972, it’s revealed that Jack has just returned home from the Vietnam War, where he was working as a mechanic, and has quite a healthy outlook on life, scraping by with odd jobs here and there.
“Wish I had a granddaughter for you,” Mrs. Peabody quips after praising Jack for being so nice after returning »
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