The female-skewing cable network Lifetime has announced that a new season of Army Wives will be returning at the beginning of 2013 for another 13 episodes. The drama series follows the lives of four army wives, their families, and an Army husband whose wife is in the Army. Army Wives has won many awards for its thrilling drama and it had the largest series premiere in Lifetime’s 23-year history. The series co-stars Sally Pressman, Brian McNamara, Sterling K. Brown, Wendy Davis, Drew Fuller, Terry Serpico, Kelli Williamsand Catherine Bell in a story about a diverse group of women and one man. It is loosely based on a book named Army Wives: The Unwritten Code Of Military Marriage by Tanya Biank, who serves as a consultant. The casting directors are now looking for several male and female actors for the new season of the lifetime drama. This is a great opportunity for anyone that is looking to break into the acting industry.
The show follows the struggles, dreams and friendships of a diverse group of women — and one man — living with their spouses and families on an active Army post. The series films in Charleston, South Carolina, and stars Kim Delaney (Claudia Joy Holden), Sally Pressman (Roxy LeBlanc), Brigid Brannagh (Pamela Moran), Brian McNamara (Michael Holden), Sterling K. Brown (Roland Burton), Wendy Davis (Joan Burton), Drew Fuller (Trevor LeBlanc), Terry Serpico (Frank Sherwood) and Catherine Bell (Denise Sherwood).
The casting dirextors are now casting for many new roles for Army Wives. In addition to the actors, the extras casting director is seeking new applications from people interested in working as background extras and stand-ins on the show. This is a great opportunity for any aspiring actors along with people that just want to be extras in the drama. Please keep checking back for more information on casting dates and times and as always leave us a comment on what you think about Lifetime renewing Army Wives for a new season.
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