The fans of “Army Wives: A Final Salute,” will get a special show offering closure about the Lifetime series that shared the life of the supporting women who had servicemen in the Army. The show was the longest running series of the Lifetime Channel and offered comfort to many women who found themselves part of the special theme in real life. According to Hollywood Life on Sunday, the two-hour special will reunite cast members and production crew and reminisce about the seven years in production.
The “Army Wives: A Final Salute,” cancellation was a difficult pill to swallow for fans. The show represented a special part of the population and gave people a real look behind the issues the wives face when their husbands are serving the country. Add that the cast shared their time with military charities and the show became very special not just to military families, but those viewers who appreciate what sacrifices the real Army wives make.
“Army Wives” stars Kim Delaney, Sally Pressman, Brigid Brannagh, Wendy Davis, Sterling K. Brown, Brian McNamara, Terry Serpico, Drew Fuller and Jeremy Davidson return to the set for a final time and will reveal behind-the-scenes stories from the show.
“Army Wives: A Final Salute,” is on Sunday, March 16, at 9 p.m. ET.