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[06/01/06 - 12:00 AM]
The WB Bids a Fond Farewell to Its Critically Acclaimed Family Drama "Everwood" with a Two-Hour Finale on June 5

[via press release from The WB]

THE WB BIDS A FOND FAREWELL TO ITS CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED FAMILY DRAMA �EVERWOOD� WITH A TWO-HOUR FINALE ON JUNE 5

June 06, 2006

BURBANK, CA (June 1, 2006) � After four seasons of beautiful writing, great characters and exceptional performances, The WB's EVERWOOD airs its two-hour series finale next week. The much-anticipated episode takes viewers on a reminiscent journey that brings The Brown and Abbott families full circle, and answers many of the big questions that need to be resolved for the series' fans. Will Ephram and Amy find their way back to each other? Will Andy propose to Nina? Will Bright and Hannah reconcile after his betrayal? Will someone irritate Harold? The episode airs Monday, June 5 (8:00-10:00 p.m. ET) on The WB.

In the series finale, which includes many never-before-seen flashbacks, Nina (Stephanie Niznik) tells Hannah (Sarah Drew) that she knows Andy (Treat Williams) bought an engagement ring for her. Later, Jake (Scott Wolf) finds out about the ring and confronts Andy once again about his feelings for Nina. At Delia's (Vivien Cardone) Bat Mitzvah, Amy (Emily VanCamp) watches Ephram (Gregory Smith) with his new girlfriend, Stephanie (guest star Luciana Carro), and realizes her feelings for Ephram are still strong. Wanting to take care of an unresolved issue in his life before he can propose to Nina, Andy takes a mysterious trip. When one of Harold's (Tom Amandes) patients leaves her baby on the Abbott's doorstep, Harold wrestles with the right course of action while Rose (Merrilyn Gann) immediately becomes attached to the little girl. Bright (Chris Pratt) learns that Hannah (Sarah Drew) has received a scholarship to Notre Dame and is devastated at the thought that she may accept it. Finally, Edna (Debra Mooney) upsets Harold and Rose when she reveals her plans to leave Everwood.

From creator/executive producer Greg Berlanti (�Jack & Bobby,� �Dawson's Creek�) and executive producers Mickey Liddell (�Go�) and Rina Mimoun (�Dawson's Creek�), �Everwood� is produced by Berlanti/Liddell Productions and Everwood Utah, Inc. in association with and distributed by Warner Bros. Television Production Inc.





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