Published: Monday February 17, 2014 MYT 12:00:00 AM
Updated: Monday February 17, 2014 MYT 7:03:13 AM

Final salute to 'Army Wives'

Most of the cast members of 'Army Wives’ including Kim Delaney (centre) will be among the guests on Lifetime’s retrospective special to bid goodbye to the show.

Most of the cast members of 'Army Wives’ including Kim Delaney (centre) will be among the guests on Lifetime’s retrospective special to bid goodbye to the show.

LIFETIME has set the premiere date for its retrospective special, Army Wives: A Final Salute, for Sunday, March 16. The two-hour special will reunite cast members and production crew to look over Lifetime’s longest-running series.

Stars Kim Delaney, Sally Pressman, Brigid Brannagh, Wendy Davis, Sterling K. Brown, Brian McNamara, Terry Serpico, Drew Fuller and Jeremy Davidson return to reveal behind-the-scenes stories from the show.

They’ll be joined by executive producer Jeff Melvoin and Tanya Biank, who authored the book the series was based on: Army Wives: The Unwritten Code Of Military Marriage.

Produced by ABC Studios and Hodder, the special also features commentary from real-life military wives, many of whom presumably related to the drama’s portrayal of the challenges and joys of women and their families living on a military base.

With A Final Salute, Lifetime makes good on its promise of one last hurrah for the series’ fans when it canceled the series last September after seven seasons. – Reuters

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