Dr. Andy Brown’s (Treat Williams) seemingly perfect life was shattered when his wife, Julie, was killed in a tragic car accident. Prior to the accident, Andy was a world-famous neurosurgeon who often put his career before his family life. Now, Andy must single-handedly raise his two children, Ephram (Gregory Smith) and Delia (Vivien Cardone). In order to do so, Andy moved his family from New York City to the quiet, yet charming town of Everwood, Colorado.

In Everwood, Andy opened a free clinic, much to the dismay of most of the citizens. However, Edna Harper (Debra Mooney) saw something in Andy that no one else saw and applied to be Andy’s nurse and office manager. Andy was also well received by Irv (John Beasley), Edna’s husband, and his new next-door neighbor, Nina Feeney (Stephanie Niznik). But along with the warm welcomes came the less than pleased individuals, including Dr. Harold Abbott (Tom Amandes), who forbade his wife Rose (Merrilyn Gann), and children, Amy (Emily VanCamp) and Bright (Chris Pratt) to be around Andy or his children.

But regardless of such warnings, Amy quickly befriended Ephram, who instantly fell in love with her. Over the years, the two have formed a friendship, and for awhile, they even managed to be more than just friends. Ephram also formed an unlikely bond with Bright, and the two remain close friends, and recently have become roommates. Over time, Harold warmed up to Andy, and the two are now partners. However, despite the picturesque appearance of Everwood, the residents are faced with hardships and drama, including cancer, drug addiction, secret affairs, and tragic deaths all while trying to live a quiet life in a small town.

Episode Info

Final: 4x22 -- Foreverwood (2) (Jun/05/2006)

With their house being sold, but their new house not ready for them to move into, Nina and Sam temporarily move in with the Browns. Andy, wanting to take care of unresolved issues from the past, takes a road trip before proposing to Nina. Meanwhile, Bright learns that Hannah got a scholarship to Notre Dame and is devistated when he learns that she might take it; Andy becomes increasingly attached to the baby girl left on his doorstep; Delia is elated with Andy's late Bat Mizvah gift; Amy reveals her feelings for Ephram to Stephanie, who won't loose Ephram without a fight; and Harold and Rose deal with the news that Edna is leaving Everwood.
Treat WilliamsTreat Williams
As Dr. Andrew Brown
Treat WilliamsTreat Williams
As Dr. Andrew Brown
Gregory SmithGregory Smith
As Ephram Brown
Gregory SmithGregory Smith
As Ephram Brown
Emily VanCampEmily VanCamp
As Amy Nicole Abbott
Vivien CardoneVivien Cardone
As Delia Brown
Vivien CardoneVivien Cardone
As Delia Brown
Debra MooneyDebra Mooney
As Nurse Edna Abbott Harper
Debra MooneyDebra Mooney
As Nurse Edna Abbott Harper
Chris PrattChris Pratt
As Harold Brighton Abbott III



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EverwoodRating: 3 likes, 0 dislikes

Everwood was one of my favorite WB shows. Unlike the typical WB show of that time, Everwood was more of an adult program and had writing and acting that was far better than most WB programming. All of the plot lines were realistic and stayed away from cliché storylines that usually pop-up with shows targeted towards a teen audience. Read more

Review posted on Saturday, September 15th 2007 at 8:18 pm

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Recurring Guests

Merrilyn Gann as Rose Abbott (56 eps)
Jan Felt as Louise (51 eps)
Justin Baldoni as Reid (27 eps)
Mike Erwin as Deceased Colin Hart (24 eps)
Lee Garlington as Brenda Baxworth (23 eps)
Stephanie Niznik as Nina Feeney (23 eps)
Ben Hammond as Sam Feeney (23 eps)
Whitney Lee (1) as Brittney (22 eps)
Nancy Everhard as Sharon Hart (21 eps)
Micaela Nelligan as Martha Thompson (18 eps)

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Network: WB ( USA)
Type: Scripted
Genres: Drama
Status: Canceled/Ended
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: September 16, 2002
Ended: June 05, 2006
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