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Claudia Joy Hardin
Lenore Baker Ludwig
Sgt. Peter Belgrad
While lacking the satirical humor of [Desperate] Housewives and the edge of [The] Unit, the show is serviceable in its storytelling, quite well-done in its production and better than well-done in its acting.
Stand ready to salute the best new drama series in Lifetime's lifetime.
The show succeeds on a number of levels and builds on a well-crafted premise pilot.
At a certain point, the soapy qualities could kick in and bring these characters to life, but as it stands, Army Wives feels as empty as expressing "Support the troops" sentiments on a bumper sticker.
The effects of war on the home front are unmistakable and are dealt with in a surprisingly straightforward manner.
Army Wives is evidence of the channel's good shopping sense as opposed to production savvy.
The producers of Army Wives seem determined to deliver a conscientious depiction of life for military families. They need to remember they aren't making a documentary.
There's absolutely nothing wrong with a good soap opera. It's just that Army Wives doesn't start out as a particularly good soap opera.
What begins as a guilty pleasure becomes a legitimately enthralling series by the end of its fourth episode.
It tells entertaining stories that combine fiction with the very real drama associated with marrying into a military life.
Army Wives offers an intriguing premise that's bogged down in its execution by uninspired, unimaginative stories.
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