A family moves to a crime-filled area of the heights and tries to help the community and the convicts living there.


Seth Freeman
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Series cast summary:
Russell Hornsby ...  Eddie Sutton 42 episodes, 2007-2009
Nicki Micheaux ...  Jennifer 'Jenn' Sutton 42 episodes, 2007-2009
Erica Hubbard ...  Cassie Sutton 42 episodes, 2007-2009
Rhyon Nicole Brown ...  Lizzie Sutton 42 episodes, 2007-2009
Mishon Ratliff ...  Taylor Sutton 42 episodes, 2007-2009
Robert Adamson ...  Charles / ... 42 episodes, 2007-2009
Michael Reilly Burke ...  Kevin Lund 32 episodes, 2007-2008
Alice Greczyn ...  Sage Lund / ... 23 episodes, 2007-2009


A family moves to a crime-filled area of the heights and tries to help the community and the convicts living there.

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Reach for new Heights.


Drama | Family



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Release Date:

2006 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Retour à Lincoln Heights See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Did You Know?


Nicki Micheaux plays Erica Hubbard's mother on the show, but she is only eight years older in real life. See more »


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Produced and Written by Louie Rubio & Alex Shultz
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Simply put? Great show!
27 September 2013 | by michalgillSee all my reviews

Well, all the previous reviews are a lot older than this mine because they're all written by Americans after seeing it on TV during its first (and I believe last) run. It's sad it never got out of States (as far as I know) because I really am enjoying it when seeing for the first time only now when it's off air for quite a few years. It was very (and I mean very) hard to get my hands on it, since only season one is being sold on DVD's, but if you're from a country untouched by most of the classical American production as Czech Republic is, you'll always find a way. Now to the show - from the first episode I was hooked and always wonder how on the end of every episode creators found their way to make a happy end, they certainly don't know what a cliffhanger is. But I'd say for a family show Lincoln Heights is this is exactly the quality that makes it the only rose between the thorns. It's refreshing after all those shows that end only once when you finish the last episode of last season. Concerning casting and the way it's been directed - I'm quite satisfied. I usually don't like shows without at least little portion of sci-fi or something special to make it different from other shows we here like to call "Deutsche Krimis" (German criminal series) for they usually have nothing of the kind, are almost all about daily life of ordinary people etc. and somehow manage to look all alike, a lot alike! I don't know what makes Lincoln Heights so special, but if I like it in it's simplicity, honesty and rough description of what life in the LA suburbs looks like, then I'm sure many would like it too, if it got on air again or if they manage to get it on the internet.

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