Everwood 4 Seasons 2005

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Season 3
(101) IMDb 8.8/10
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When Jake's (recurring guest star SCOTT WOLF) younger brother comes to visit and confides that he doesn't see a future for Jake and Nina, Jake seeks counsel from an unlikely source--Dr. Brown. Meanwhile, when Amy is accepted into Princeton, she assumes that her father was the one who secretly sent in her application. And Ephram and Amy make plans to spend an evening together, further confusing the status of their relationship.

Starring:
Treat Williams, Gregory Smith
Runtime:
44 minutes
Original air date:
May 2, 2005

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Season 3

Product Details

Genres Drama
Director David Petrarca
Starring Treat Williams, Gregory Smith
Supporting actors Emily VanCamp, Debra Mooney, John Beasley, Vivien Cardone, Chris Pratt, Stephanie Niznik, Merrilyn Gann, Tom Amandes, Scott Wolf, Sarah Drew, Tom Parker, Freda Foh Shen, Annie Burgstede, Jan Broberg, Haley McCormick, Matthew Flynn Bellows
Season year 2005
Network The CW
Producers Greg Berlanti, Anna Fricke, Michael Green, Rina Mimoun, David Petrarca, Scott Swanson, Todd Ulman
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This was a great series with great actors.
TV Viewer and Reader "Linda"
There is just about nothing worth watching on TV these days, and we miss Everwood so much!
Eve Wood
I can't wait until they release the other seasons on DVD!
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54 of 55 people found the following review helpful By Robert Moore HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 7, 2009
Format: DVD
First, I have to point out that I'm reviewing Season Three of EVERWOOD. The other three reviews appear to be of Season Two. My only guess is that at some point Amazon had this listed as Season Two and changed it.

I'm giving Season Three five stars even though I don't think it was quite as good as the previous two seasons. This could be a perception issue, but Season Three seemed to be slightly melodramatic, slightly more inclined to milk dire situations, a bit more inclined to do "very special episodes." I also found myself getting more irritated with characters than before. Ephram's meltdown after finding out about why Madison left town was hard to take at times. And while one of the appeals of the show was its willingness to present Andy Brown as a protagonist with feet of clay, in Season Three he simply makes too many bad decisions and involves himself in too many family crises of his own making.

Still, the show continued to be a superior family drama. While it bordered on soap opera at times, it usually corrected itself and kept the story moving in significant ways. Why doesn't this qualify as soap opera? The latter never really goes anywhere. One of the more important scholarly studies of the genre is entitled STORIES WITHOUT END. Each story arc in a way establishes a reset and season after season the characters simply waffle around, never really going anywhere significant. There is a certain arbitrariness to anything that happens to any of the characters and a sense that just about anything could happen to any of them, and that any soap opera character is capable of changes that in real life would be incompatible with the rest of their life history. But in EVERWOOD only certain behaviors are open to Andy or Harold or Amy or Ephram.
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24 of 28 people found the following review helpful By G. Hansen on July 2, 2009
Format: DVD
Everwood Season 2, Is FANTASTIC...I've waited so long to see season 2 AND now I am waiting for season 3..it was worth the wait, it is a T.V. series that you should put on your list. It is Family friendly, full of the right amount of drama, suspense and the BEST characters. The life appealing drama has wit and tears, it has exactly what so many of us face in daily living, if not us, than people we know. Again, totally worth it, quality is great, adventure, family humor, sincereity and believable characters.
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21 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Eve Wood on August 17, 2009
Format: DVD
Season 2 is what first got my husband and I hooked. We then watched 3 and 4 as they aired and bought the season 1 DVD. And we do actually think Season 1 is the best - we've watched the whole season proabably four times all the way through. But season two is good, and introduces the Madison character which is key to the rest of the show. Also gives Bright's character a chance to develop. There is just about nothing worth watching on TV these days, and we miss Everwood so much! Gossip Girl and 90210, etc. are just trash. No soul at all. Friday Night Lights is excellent, and a good fill-in while waiting for Everwood DVDs to come out. I can't recommend Everwood enough. It is one of a kind.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Reconnecting To My Childhood on February 17, 2010
Format: DVD
The action was fans demanding the remaining seasons on DVD. The reaction is the continuing release of this series. The complete third season has been announced as a 6 disc set being released on June 15th, 2010. This year continues to be good to fans who have waited a while for their favorite shows to make it to DVD, Daria has been announced as has old favorite sitcom Family Matters. Now Everwood, which suffered poor sales on it's first season release and took a long time to release it's second season only to do so with music changes, is releasing it's third of four seasons in the same style it released it's second. This set will contain the following 22 episodes:

1 For Every Action...
2 ...There is a Reaction
3 Staking Claim
4 The Birds and the Batteries
5 Sacrifice
6 Shoot the Moon
7 Best Laid Plans
8 The Tipping Point
9 The Reflex
10 Need to Know
11 Complex Guilt
12 Giving Up the Girl
13 The Perfect Day
14 Since You've Been Gone
15 Surprise
16 A Moment in Manhattan
17 Fate Accomplis
18 Fallout
19 Acceptance
20 He Who Hesitates
21 Oh the Places You'll Go
22 Where the Heart Is

Video is in widescreen and Audio is English Stereo. Subtitle in French and Spanish.

This set will definitely have music changes like the second season set did. The only special features you can expect are a blooper/gag reel and some deleted/unaired scenes. At this point I think fans are just happy to be able to own the episodes though.

I used to watch this show each week while in high school and look forward to having the chance to watch it again, this time all at once.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By MJ Lanich on March 11, 2010
Format: DVD
First off, I hate the phrase "family drama" largely because it has such a negative connotation for many people. When you hear the words family drama, you immediately thing of a show that will always sugar coat things, and never venture into the darker areas of the human experience. There are some shows out there like that which may indeed deserve that title, but it gets thrown around far too often, and I think anything labeled as a family drama can keep people who would otherwise like it, from actually giving it a chance. So basically, I don't think of Everwood as a "family drama".

One of the things that seperates Everwood from so many other so-called teen dramas/soaps is that it never really conforms to the standards by which those shows are made. The word I think of most is grounded. Everything from the dialogue which sounds believable, to the characters who usually behave and react as their character should, to ultimately the plotlines which actually sound like they could happen. Imagine that.

Personally, Season three of Everwood is one of my favorite seasons of the show. Emphram and Amy began their long-awaited romance. Smith and Van Camp really do top-notch work here. They have always done so, but this season was really a high water mark for them. You really started to get the sense that this relationship is just one of those truly fated pairings. They will always be in each other's lives.

One of the other things I love about Everwood is the character arcs. These arcs are not just for that particular season, but are part of the tapestry of their entire journey over four seasons on this show. Each season is a mini arc which is part of a larger arc for each character. Bright Abbot for instance is a character who has changed so much.
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