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7th Heaven

7th Heaven Dates : 1996 - 2007
243 episodes of 55 min
First broadcasting : 26 décembre 1999
Creator(s) : Brenda Hampton
Producer(s) : Aaron Spelling
Music : Dan follart, Catherine Hicks, Barry Watson, David Gallagher
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In 1996, Brenda Hampton had the idea of ​​creating a family series without violence or sex, to differentiate itself from the series that passed at the time.

The 7th Heaven series telling the story of a pastor and his family (the Camden) is broadcast.

The public immediately appreciates the moral values ​​it conveys, and the fact that we easily identify with the characters. Indeed, the pastor with 5 children between 5 and 16 years old, all kinds of themes can be addressed. Among the first subjects treated we can find puberty, mourning, alcoholism. Over the years all social subjects (drugs, teenage pregnancy, adoption, ...) will be treated, each time a moral at the end of the episode.

7 at home (7th Heaven in English) was an American television series which was broadcast between 1996 and 2007. The series featured a family of pastors, the Camden, made up of seven children and their parents, Eric and Annie. 7 At home was a series of family dramatic genre, which followed the adventures and difficulties of the Camden family on a daily basis.

The father, Eric, was a Protestant pastor who directed the local church, while his wife Annie was a household mother who was responsible for children and managed the house. Their seven children were Mary, Lucy, Ruthie, Simon, Matt, David and Sam. Each of the children had his own personality and his own problems, and the series followed the different dilemmas that they faced as they grew up.

The episodes of 7 at home tackled important and sensitive subjects, such as adolescence, harassment, drugs and alcohol, romantic relationships, faith and religion, and other subjects. The series was often considered a quality family television program, thanks to its unique way of treating these complex subjects in a realistic and sensitive way.

Over the years, 7 at home has been praised for its production quality, talented casting and ability to entertain while addressing important subjects. The series has won numerous awards, including a People's Choice Award and a Teen Choice Award. She has also been nominated for many other prices, including Emmy Awards and Golden Globe Awards.

Despite its popularity, 7 at home ended in 2007 after 11 seasons. Although the series has been arrested, it continues to be watched and appreciated by many fans around the world.

The Actors

Stephen Collins - Eric Camden

Stephen Collins

(Eric Camden)

Catherine Hicks - Annie Camden

Catherine Hicks

(Annie Camden)


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Interview with Stephen Collins:

Question: We could not see 7th Heaven in the center of Iowa until last week, when a new TV antenna came into operation. You already have a lot of fans here! People make prospectus, a popular movement! I understand that you were born at monks?

Collins: I was born to monks and I know that the antenna is underway because there is a group of students with whom I work in this sector and it was very hard for them to see the series so far. The group is called Weaver Street Irregulars. I communicated with them by phone, by mail and by e-mail for years. They go to a school called Colfax-Mingo High School.


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