Everwood, Season 1

Everwood, Season 1

Everwood

  • Genre: Drama
  • Release Date: 2002-09-16
  • Episodes: 23
  • iTunes Price: USD 24.99
  • iTunes HD Price: USD 29.99
6.8/10
6.8
From 26 Ratings

Description

Set in a breathtaking town in the Rocky Mountains, the emotional center of Everwood is the visceral, often heartbreaking relationship between a father and son. Dr. Andrew Brown (Treat Williams) led a lucrative practice in New York City as a world-renowned neurosurgeon — until his loving wife died and his life changed forever. Faced with the daunting task of raising his kids, Andy moves his young daughter and wayward teenage son to an out-of-the-way town nestled deep in the Rockies, where surgical statistics mean little, where a grieving heart can start to mend, and where Andy can become the kind of doctor — and father — his wife would have wanted him to be. In Everwood, it's possible that small-town values can survive in a rapidly changing world. Both kids are deeply affected by the loss of their mother, but while 9-year-old Delia (Vivien Cardone) adjusts quickly to her new surroundings, the sudden shift in everything he knows is hardest on 15-year-old Ephram (Gregory Smith).

Episodes

Title Time Price
1 Pilot 44:23 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
2 The Great Doctor Brown 43:51 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
3 Friendly Fire 43:16 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
4 The Kissing Bridge 42:44 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
5 Deer God 44:30 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
6 The Doctor Is In 43:57 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
7 We Hold these Truths 43:20 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
8 Till Death Do Us Part 46:25 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
9 Turf Wars 44:24 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
10 Is There a Doctor In the House 43:03 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
11 A Thanksgiving Tale 43:36 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
12 Vegetative State 44:23 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
13 The Price of Fame 44:21 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
14 Colin the Second 44:25 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
15 Snow Job 44:27 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
16 My Funny Valentine 45:07 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
17 Everwood Confidential 44:22 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
18 The Unveiling 44:00 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
19 The Miracle of Everwood 44:23 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
20 Moonlight Sonata 43:52 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
21 Episode 20 46:17 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
22 Fear Itself 44:15 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
23 Home 45:23 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes

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Reviews

  • Does anyone know>?

    5
    By CreekFanatic42588
    Hey guys I'm a big fan of the show just like I'm sure most of you here are. But I'm curious through these iTunes seasons include all the special features that were released with the show on DVD. Because if that is the case I'll definitely be buying the show on iTunes. Primarily to save myself some shelf space
  • Foreverwood!!

    5
    By Rocky monk jr
    I remember discovering this show along with Smallville as a junior in high school. I fell in love with the characters and their adventures in life. It was a great story that was very relatable to my own experiences. I was so devastated when the show ended. I really hope they do a reunion mini series.
  • ever would. Not just one of my favorite shows, but a memory that keeps me connected to her.

    5
    By Edgar tx
    The show is close to me because of my ex-girlfriend from high school Aracely Quintanar. We would watch it religiously during its original run. To this day I go back and reminisce on the times I had with her comparing our situation to the ones of Efrem and Amy. If only more shows like this would come out. Thanks to this one show I am fighting to get her back you will not be disappointed if you buy it I can tell you from real life experience.
  • Heartfelt, funny and sweet

    5
    By QandA
    I just got hooked on this series, watching the first season in about a week. The actors are so well cast and the writing is surprisingly complex. Treat Williams and Gregory Smith have fantastic chemistry as father and son trying to reconnect after many years of emotional distance. The move to Everwood Colorado seemed a bit contrived at first, but the fish out of water scenario really works here. The teenage romance is given a deeper significance, and there are no cardboard stereotypes. Everyone has their strengths and weaknesses. Episode 20 is the standout of the season for sure. I can’t wait to delve into season 2.
  • Do you prefer your television with a heart and a brain?

    5
    By Cutebluejay
    Yep, I do too, which is exactly why this show has become one of my all-time favorites in a matter of weeks (I only discovered it recently). For years, I have heard nothing but amazing things about Everwood, and although I didn't catch it during its original run, I knew I wanted to give it a try eventually. Then I found the season sets at Best Buy for only $9.99 each, which seemed like an impossible deal to pass up. I will admit that it took a while to get into the storyline and adjust to all the characters/subplots, and I was occasionally worried that it was just another one of those overhyped family dramas, but when you watch the episodes the second or third time around, that's when you get hooked. Now I have purchased episodes for my iPad as well, and I can't get enough. When the story opens, Andy Brown is a world renowned neurosurgeon living in Manhattan with his family. For 15 years, he's been able to thrive in his brilliant career while his patient and loving wife picks up the slack at home. Then she's killed in a car accident, and in the midst of his grief, Andy makes a shocking decision to leave his high profile job, relocate to Everwood, Colorado (an area nothing like the noise and pace of New York City), and raise the two children he barely knows. He receives a second chance at parenthood through 9-year-old Delia, who's at an age where she still adores her daddy and is young enough to forgive his shortcomings, but 15-year-old Ephram is a whole other story. A budding pianist with attitude to boot, he has endured the physical and emotional absence of his father for far too long and is not about to let go of that grudge anytime soon. Most sullen, bratty kids like him come off as insufferable on the screen, but something about Ephram rings true because the episodes actually take ample time to explore his character's very real losses, resentments, and social struggles. Season 1 offers a well-written, nicely acted, and carefully executed portrait of a man in Andy's position might truly cope with a situation like this, and it doesn't always involve happy endings and sweet, sappy scenes where everyone is comfortable and effectively communicating all the time. This is not the story of a formerly mediocre father who suddenly transforms into a doting dad with a newfound passion and purpose in life. To me, the show's tone was established in the second episode of the series, when Andy was talking to his deceased wife. She told him he was going to be just fine without him, and he said "Fine is not great". Her response? "You've had enough of great. It isn't all it's cracked up to be. Fine is real". Sounds familiar to me. Sounds like real life, doesn't it? Despite being a likable character with good intentions, Andy Brown is clearly flawed, like all the characters here, and that becomes more apparent in later seasons, but if anything, it makes you appreciate them even more, because they are portrayed honestly. If you are easily annoyed by shows with shallow characters, lack of substance, and ludicrous dialogue that moves in circles, you may find something genuinely refreshing in Everwood. Its storybook small town and quirky/colorful residents are reminiscent of Gilmore Girls, with whispers of 7th Heaven's warmth and the teenage angst of Dawson's Creek. Everwood's subtle humor and hard-fought sweetness are assets that succeed in places that most scripts falter, but the real draw in this series is the dialogue. Frankly, I am sick and tired of today's shows depicting unrealistic conversations that attempt to flaunt how well they're "keeping up with the times" by poking fun at certain topics/social groups, and it's getting increasingly easier to see which shows are simply trying too hard. Everwood obviously never needed to try, because from the very beginning, they had an intelligent team of writers, a firm grip on reality, a diverse cast of characters to please audiences of all ages, and a talented group of actors to back everything up. It may have only lasted four seasons, but sadly, not enough people just don't know what's good anymore. As for the rest of us, at least we have the re-runs to enjoy for years to come, and if you (like me) are eager to get away from the trash that's cluttering our current media, take a trip to Everwood and see what quality television is supposed to look like. I highly doubt you will regret it.
  • Ugh..

    3
    By Summerthunder7
    iTunes has this and NOT dawson's creek??????? That's crazyy. Dawson's creek is 100x better than this! Hurry up and get dawson's creek, iTunes!!!!!!!
  • Thank You iTunes!! I love this show!

    5
    By love NYyankees
    As soon as I watched the first few episodes of season 1 online last year, I was hooked! I was angry when I found out that none of the seasons were on iTunes until last month when I checked again! I have downloaded every season and I love every episode!
  • Fully Absorbing

    5
    By Justin Lawrence
    I loved both seasons! It reminded me that us seeming go-getters lack much. Each show was perfect in itself.
  • BRING THE OTHER SEASONS OF EVERWOOD!!!!!!!!!

    5
    By mgemory23
    Love the series and i wish the others seasons were on here as well!!!!
  • Great series!!!

    5
    By frbrianokc
    Everwood was a welcomed surprise. It is a drama that takes the viewer on a journey with Dr. Andy Brown and his two kids as they attempt to start a new chapter in their lives after the death of Dr. Brown's wife. The series is one of the best I have ever seen. Great scenery, drama, and character development.

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