“Army Wives”: Seventh season debuts March 10
“Army Wives” begins its 13-episode seventh season at 8 p.m. Sunday, March 10 on Lifetime.
Golden Globe Award nominee and five-time People’s Choice Award-winning actress Brooke Shields joins the cast this season, along with Grammy Award-winning singer/songwriter and actress Ashanti, Torrey DeVitto (“Pretty Little Liars,” Elle McLemore “Bring It On”) and Emmy and Grammy nominee Jesse McCartney.
Details on the cast and the show, provided by Lifetime, are as follows:
Shields will portray brash and brilliant Air Force Colonel Katherine “Kat” Young. A crack C-17 pilot who can hold her own in the boys club atmosphere of the military, she’s hardly touched down in her new assignment at Joint Base Marshall Bring before she clashes with Army General Michael Holden (Brian McNamara). Never one to step away from a fight, Kat is a fierce advocate for the Air Force as she and Holden jockey for their respective branches at the highest levels of power on base. Only after their initial skirmishes does Holden learn of Kat’s tragic past, discovering they have more in common than he thought.
Ashanti will make her series regular debut in “Army Wives” as “Latasha Montclair,” a force of nature and an indomitable spirit for whom “southern hospitality” isn’t just a concept, it’s a way of life. Latasha finds joy in navigating the daily chaos of singlehandedly wrangling her three children while her husband, “Quincy” (Joshua Henry, “Godspell,” “The Scottsboro Boys”), is deployed overseas.
DeVitto will portray “Maggie Hall,” a former airborne soldier with three deployments in Iraq under her belt who is more comfortable fixing Army trucks or riding her motorcycle than decorating her living room. Maggie is hanging up her dog tags and focusing on her new mission: motherhood and marriage to her second husband, Staff Sergeant “Eddie Hall” (Burgess Jenkins, “Remember the Titans”).
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