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Everwood: Season 4 (2005-2006)




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The day his wife died, Dr. Andrew Brown's life changed. A renowned neurosurgeon whose career always overshadowed his parental duties, Andrew must now raise his two kids, 9-year-old Delia and 15-year-old Ephram, alone.


Treat Williams
as Andrew Brown
Vivien Cardone
as Delia Brown
Gregory Smith
as Ephram Brown
Emily VanCamp
as Amy Abbott
Debra Mooney
as Edna Harper
Tom Amandes
as Harold Abbott
John Beasley
as Irv Harper
Chris Pratt
as Bright Abbott
Stephanie Niznik
as Nina Feeney
Merrilyn Gann
as Rose Abbot
Scott Wolf
as Jake Hartman
Sarah Drew
as Hannah Rogers
Justin Baldoni
as Reid Bardem
Lee Garlington
as Brenda Baxworth
Steven R. McQueen
as Kyle Hunter
Leslie Hope
as Laurie Fields
Luciana Carro
as Stephanie Meyer
Jayne Brook
as Diane Rogers
Benjamin Hammond
as Sam Feeney
Charles Durning
as Eugene Brown
Grace Lee Whitney
as Brittany Clark
Susanne Sutchy
as Jessica Hunter
Chris Egan
as Nick Bennett
Ryan Hurst
as Ed Carnahan
Michelle Nolden
as Kathy Carmody
Simon Rex
as Cliff
Tom Parker
as Brian Hartman
Diane Delano
as Mary McIntyre
Jon Lindstrom
as Bill Schmicker
Vicki Davis
as Beth Jones
Gary Neilson
as Science Man
Jessica Tuck
as Bonnie Carter
Teri Cowan
as Insurance Woman
Brooke Nevin
as Ellie Newhoff
Reggie Austin
as Andre Harvey
Justin Kirk
as James Carmody
Margo Watson
as Well-dressed Woman
Christian Jensen
as Army Recruiter
Aree Davis
as Thalia
Gina Ravera
as Stacey Chapin
Victor Z. Isaac
as Ethan Harcourt
Lisa Howard
as Leslie Hammen
Laura Regan
as Ruth Newhoff
Keith David
as Brian Chapin
Freda Foh Shen
as Doctor Chao
Kim Morgan Greene
as Mrs. Thompson
Susan Dolan
as Female Patient
Joseph Bologna
as Max Berick
Renée Taylor
as Betty Berick
Micaela Nelligan
as Martha Thompson
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Critic Reviews for Everwood: Season 4

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Everwood is one of the bravest shows on network TV, because it allows its characters to be jerks... Which means that the characters in Everwood seem real. So real you want to strangle them one minute and hug them the next.

October 8, 2018 | Full Review…

As always, Everwood delivers some poignant moments that may move viewers to tears even when they know what's coming.

October 8, 2018 | Full Review…

Some have carped that Everwood wrapped things up too neatly. Pshaw. I think it was perfect.

October 8, 2018 | Full Review…

Everwood was never for quick thrills. It was a show you watched because, as hokey as it sounds, you actually cared about the characters. Even more hokey, they were characters worth caring about.

October 8, 2018 | Full Review…

The folks in our beloved Colorado burg have suffered through so much painfully real drama that their grand gestures and poetic professions of love did not tempt us to roll our eyes. They only jerked tear after deserving tear - all of them joyful.

October 8, 2018 | Full Review…

Finally, in what must have satisfied the show's passionately surprise-averse viewership, the master lesson of the whole gorgeously sentimental extravaganza was "I still love him."

October 8, 2018 | Full Review…

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