Talk:"7th Heaven" television series comes to an end

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Thank God. What a trainwreck this show has been - a sappy, miserable catastrophe of terrible acting and awful dialogue, not to mention its revoltingly unbalanced right-wing slant. Good riddance.

  • They must have gotten enough viewers to be able to produce for ten years. Viewers' could have not thought it was that bad; or it was so bad (in your view) that it was funny and/or enjoyable to laugh at for last couple years. LOL
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not cancelled[edit]

According to the wikipedia page, the series went on another season on WB and now it's been picked up by "the CW"… never heard of it, whatever. Don't follow these things but it's funny this article would be dead wrong. 12:18, 29 November 2006 (UTC)

This is a news site. As such, we write based on the knowledge of the time. And at that time, it was the belief that no more episodes of 7th Heaven would be ordered. By the way, "the CW" is the result of the merger between the WB and UPN, so really it's the same network. MESSEDROCKER 12:20, 29 November 2006 (UTC)