7th Heaven 11 Seasons 2001

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(105) IMDb 6.6/10
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12. One Hundred TV-G CC

Mary sneaks back to Glenoak and Eric is right on her tail.

Starring:
Stephen Collins, Catherine Hicks
Runtime:
44 minutes
Original air date:
January 29, 2001

One Hundred

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I love this show, it is great for the whole family to watch!
T. Reed
I am a teacher in high school and the 7th Heaven series allows me to show clips to provoke discussion on issues such as modern music, family life, going to war etc.
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I am very happy with this product, works great no problems with the package or the dvds.
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51 of 55 people found the following review helpful By MollyRK on August 30, 2007
Format: DVD
I always said that if the DVD manufacturers didn't get around to releasing all 11 seasons of 7th Heaven, I would be satisfied if they could just give us the first five. Well, not only is the series' (arguably) strongest and most credible season hitting stores in early December 2007 (just in time to stick it on your Christmas list if this is one of your favorites), but now that the show's run has finally been completed after 11 historical seasons, there's a good chance that the remaining 6 sets will find their way to DVD in time--and that is great news for the fans who have been loyally tuning in for all these years.

Although I continued watching this show to the very end, when the final episode officially aired in May 2007, it's the first five years that probably had the biggest impact. While Seasons 1-3 focused mainly on the young, fresh, and vibrant Camden family that we came to know and love, Season 4 started suggesting that their lives might be headed in a direction that wasn't yet pronounced in the lives of these tight-knit, generally sunny and optimistic characters. Sure, the 7th Heaven-style drama was never in short supply, but it's this fifth round that really got it down just right, creating pain and heartbreak for Eric, Annie and their 7-children brood without making it too off-the-wall (which started to happen in the show's later years, when plot ideas were scarce and repetition was forced to keep the story alive). I vividly remember this season airing on television, and being a high school sophomore at the time, it was plain to see that they had truly hit their stride, creating real-life emotion and depicting the lives of people who were good and loving Christians, yet vulnerable characters who did not always have all the answers.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Mr. J. Fairchild on June 19, 2007
PLEASE HURRY UP AND RELEASE THE FIFTH SEASON OF THIS GREAT SERIES. I. LOOK ON AMAZON EVERY SINGLE DAY TO SEE WHEN THIS DVD WILL BE AVAILABLE TO PREORDER SO PLEASE HURRY UP AN RELEASE IT. I HAD THOUGHT AS SEASON 3 AND 4 CAME OUT VERY CLOSE TOGETHER WE WERE ON A ROLL.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Holly TOP 500 REVIEWER on August 31, 2009
Format: DVD
My family (husband and 14-year-old daugher) started watching the series on DVD a few months ago. We are gradually working our way through the series since we didn't watch it when it originally aired.

We have enjoyed each and every season of the Camden family adventures. These season is focused on the advantures and mis-adventures of the oldest daughter Mary and some of the teenage angst of 15-year-old Simon. The program is just good, enjoyable television that we can watch together. In addition to the entertainment value, the problems and situations the kids face are a great starting point for discussion with my own daughter. We can talk about good choices and poor choices that are being made by characters near her own age and the consequences the kids face due to the choices they made.

As I said in my review of Season 1: There is very mature content in these shows. While they are handled well and I am very comfortable with my daughter watching, if she were much younger, the material would not be appropriate. I would recommend no younger than 12 and possibly older.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on May 21, 2007
Season 5 was the best year of 7th Heaven ever. A lot of dramatic events and anyone who has not seen season 5 should definitely catch it on ABC family and buy the DVD when it finally gets released!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Donna Ruocco on May 31, 2007
Please release this soon,it was such a brilliant season,when the show was really in its prime.7th heaven is by far one of the best tv-shows that Aaron spelling ever put out!!!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By ADRIENNE MILLER on March 23, 2009
Format: DVD
7th Heaven - The Complete Fifth Season is a strange season but it's one of my favorites of the series. Jessica Biel's character Mary becomes rebellious which I think was a good idea, this show needed a bad seed, these kids seemed too good to be true! Season 5 is more dramatic and that's the way I liked this show, the last couple of seasons were so cookie-cutter, it made me sick. Season 5 is definitely worth checking out.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Natasha Thompson on July 13, 2008
Format: DVD
The reason I bought this season on 7th Heaven is because I have always enjoyed watching the television show. This television series has taught me many life lessons that I will put to use over course of my lifetime.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on December 28, 2007
Format: DVD
My family grew up watching 7th Heaven featuring the wiles and ways of a pastor's family of seven and then nine, when the twins were born. In the early seasons, each show had a theme (lying, peer pressure, etc.) that was played out in three or four story lines per episode. Annie Camden, the mother, is a no-nonsense woman with wisdom to address any thorny issue. When young Ruthie chopped off a friend's hair, she couldn't understand why her mom punished her. The kid asked for it. But Annie ultimately made Ruthie see that by cutting the hair of this shy, insecure girl, Ruthie played a part in ostracising this little girl, whose hair would now be the butt of many a joke.

My daughter, who is 15 now, started watching in kindergarten, when Ruthie (her altar ego in the show) was also in kindergarten. We own seasons 1-5 and are hoping No. 6 will be out soon. If you are tired of the gore and abject vulgarity of television today, I say grab all six seasons and settle in for a night of encouragement, funny dialogue and uplifting story lines (even when all seems lost).
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