The main cast
Format Drama Created by Greg Berlanti Starring Treat Williams
Country of origin United States No. of seasons 4 No. of episodes 89 (List of episodes) Production Executive producer(s) Greg Berlanti
Andrew A. Ackerman
Running time 60 minutes Broadcast Original channel The WB Original run September 16, 2002– June 5, 2006
Everwood is an American drama television series that initially aired in the United States on The WB. The series is set in the fictional small town of Everwood, Colorado, and was filmed in Ogden, South Salt Lake, and Draper, Utah, except the series pilot which was filmed in Canmore, Alberta, Denver, Colorado and Calgary. It is primarily a serious drama with some comedic moments.
Everwood ran for four seasons from 2002 to 2006. It was not renewed for future production and did not return when The WB and UPN merged to form The CW Television Network. On October 2, 2006, reruns of Everwood aired weeknights on ABC Family for the duration of the series. In Canada, reruns are shown Tuesday evenings at 7 EST on VisionTV. In the United Kingdom, reruns are currently being aired on E4 every weekday at 8am and 12 noon.
The series begins with the arrival of Dr. Andrew "Andy" Brown (Treat Williams), a widower who leaves his successful job as a top Manhattan neurosurgeon to live in a small Colorado town, bringing his 9-year-old daughter Delia (Vivien Cardone) and 15-year-old son Ephram (Gregory Smith) with him. He chooses the town of Everwood because his late wife had told him of her emotional attachment to it. Many of the story lines revolve around settling into a new town, dealing with the death of Julia (the mother and wife of the family) and the growing relationship between Andy and his son, who did not interact much in New York, due to the demands of Andy's job. Andy at first finds some conflict with Dr. Harold Abbott (Tom Amandes), with whom his professional opinions differ. However, Harold's cranky demeanor and Andy's passive, cheerful attitude prove to mesh well and the two begin a friendly rivalry. Ephram continually struggles with his emerging adolescence, his studies as a classical pianist, and his crush on Amy (Emily VanCamp), Harold's daughter.
The first season revolves around the main storyline involving Colin Hart, Amy's boyfriend and older brother Bright's (Chris Pratt) best friend. Amy sees the arrival of Andy as an opportunity: Colin has been in a coma since July 4 of the previous summer, after he and Bright were in a car accident. Amy befriends Ephram in an effort to convince Andy to revive his brain surgery skills to save Colin. Andy reluctantly agrees. Amy is elated, but Bright is sullen and distant about the situation. Later, he tearfully confesses to his father that, contrary to what he had claimed all summer, Bright does in fact remember the accident: he was the one driving Colin's father's truck and the two boys were drunk at the time. However, his anguish is relieved when Andy is successful, and soon, Colin is awake.
In the meantime, Ephram's maternal grandparents come to visit their new home in the fall and Ephram decides he wants to move back to New York City to live with them. Ephram's grandfather, also a surgeon, berates Andy into letting Ephram go. Delia and her grandmother befriend Edna Harper (Debra Mooney), a semi-retired army nurse and Harold's estranged mother. They decide to throw her a surprise birthday party at the Browns' home. During the party, in front of all the guests, Ephram and Andy have a loud fight about his moving to New York City. The two stalk to different parts of the house with no decision resolved. Andy and his father-in-law also begin to fight about the situation, but are interrupted because Bright has collapsed. Bright needs his appendix removed, but the snow has prevented travel to the nearest hospital, so they do emergency surgery on him in Andy's office. Andy sees how concerned and loving Harold is towards his son and resolves to try and patch things up with Ephram. He confesses that he will be "half a man" if Ephram leaves, and as a result, Ephram decides to stay.
Andy meets his next-door neighbor, Nina Feeney (Stephanie Niznik), after a loud fight with Ephram in the front yard. She is friendly but outspoken and honest. Nina eventually explains that she is serving as a surrogate mother for a woman who was unable to conceive. A scandal erupts when Nina has the baby and it is revealed that the mother is well over fifty, but Andy supports Nina's decision.
All is not well, however, for Colin. He returns home and re-enrolls in school, but he has lost most of his memory, including his memory of Amy. Under pressure to step right back into his old life, Colin befriends Ephram since Ephram is the only person who does not have a preconceived notion of him. Amy, meanwhile, struggles with emerging feelings for Ephram as he has an unsuccessful relationship with Colin's sister, Laynie. His lingering attachment to Amy flares up at inopportune moments, causing Laynie to break it off.
Soon, Colin begins lashing out violently and acting out emotionally and loses his friendship with Ephram. Ephram tries to let their friends know that Colin is not acting normally, but Amy believes he is just jealous of her relationship with Colin and that Colin is "under a lot of stress." Bright, frustrated at Colin's friendship with Ephram in the first place, refuses to listen as well, until Colin accosts Ephram outside the local diner, proceeding to uncharacteristically punch Bright in the face when he objects to Colin's roughness. Andy believes Ephram and brings the subject up with Colin's parents. They are unwilling to believe that Colin is anything but fully recovered and fire Andy from Colin's care. Physical symptoms begin to manifest as well and eventually Colin collapses. It is learned there are complications from the first surgery. Colin's parents ask Andrew to operate again, but then he experiences complications during the surgery.
The beginning of Season 2 reveals Colin's fate. The entire town blames Andy for "killing" Colin. They stop going to his practice and shun his children. Andy stands by his decision and eventually admits to his son, Ephram (Gregory Smith), that he could have saved Colin's life, but he would have been severely disabled, both mentally and physically, and at Colin's insistence, he had promised that he would not let him live that way.
Amy struggles with Colin's death and falls into a deep depression, eventually going on medication and meeting Tommy Callahan, a drug-dealing boy who would become more than a friend. She considers sleeping with Tommy, but backs out of it every time he brings it up. Harold buys her a new car to try and cheer her up, but Amy continues to act out and fail in school. Rose, Harold's wife and the town mayor, tells Harold that he is babying her and she is unwelcome in her house until she follows the rules, which forces Amy to move in with her grandmother, Edna. Amy's downward spiral continues until Tommy takes her to a wild party. He gives her a bottle of water laced with GHb. Already intoxicated, Amy drinks it, then has a hallucination of Colin, telling her to let him go and get on with her life. The vision shocks her back to reality and she realizes that Tommy has drunk most of the water himself and subsequently overdosed. Amy does the only thing she can think of and calls her father for help. Tommy recovers, but Amy is officially scared straight. She dumps him, moves back in with her parents, and begins to improve her behavior and mood.
Ephram, meanwhile, has found love with Madison (Sarah Lancaster), a 20-year-old college student Andy has hired to babysit Delia. She is a girl whom Ephram initially despises for her condescending attitude toward him. After a few false starts, he eventually loses his virginity to Madison.
The second season has several other important plot developments. Andy finds a new love interest in Linda Abbott, Harold's globe-trotting sister, also a doctor who was practicing in Africa. A scandal at Harold and Linda's office occurs when it is discovered that Linda had contracted HIV from a patient. As a result, Harold loses his liability insurance coverage, and Linda quits her holistic health practice and leaves town, also ending her romance with Andy. Harold tries to open a new bagel shop but meets with failure. Andy then invites him as a partner, since Andy's insurance would cover Harold's practice. Harold reluctantly agrees.
Nina goes through a divorce with her recently outed husband, Carl, and has to go to court over custody of her son, Sam, a case which she eventually wins with Andy's support.
A lonely Bright grows more tolerant of Ephram and the two eventually become good friends.
Ephram continues his on-and-off relationship with the older Madison. In an effort to prove how mature he is, he sneaks into bars to see her band and produces many awkward moments by showing up when she is out with her college friends. Finally she decides that the timing of their relationship is off and breaks up with Ephram. She tries to continue working with the Browns, but Delia fires her, saying that she likes Madison, but Madison's presence makes Ephram sad. She later confesses to Andy that she is pregnant with Ephram's child. Andy tells her he will pay all her expenses if she agrees to keep the pregnancy a secret from Ephram. He believes that Ephram was forced to grow up very quickly by the death of his mother and that, if he learns of the pregnancy, his sense of decency will compel him to stay with Madison, something for which Andy believes he is not ready.
Amy asks Ephram to stay in Everwood so that they can figure out if a romantic relationship would work between the two of them. However, he is accepted to a summer program at the Juilliard School of Music. He is torn between going to New York or staying with Amy. When he leaves to study music at Juilliard, Amy accompanies him for ten days in Manhattan and after she returns to Everwood they continue their relationship long-distance.
The third season opens with Andy receiving a letter from Madison cutting off all ties with him. She has moved to Denver but does not reveal her decision regarding the pregnancy. Andrew contemplates telling Ephram, but Harold convinces him not to, for the sake of both Ephram and Amy.
Ephram returns from his summer classes at Juilliard with the disappointing news that he did not make high marks and begins to intensify his piano studies. He and Amy are enjoying the new aspect of their relationship. The two, now in their senior year of high school, befriend an extremely shy girl named Hannah, who is staying with Nina. Hannah is a junior and tells Amy that her parents are travelling in Hong Kong, but later reveals that her father, with whom she was extremely close, suffers from late-stage Huntington's Disease and she was in fact sent to Everwood so she wouldn't have to watch his suffering. With the support of Amy, Ephram, Harold, and Bright, Hannah is tested for Huntington's Disease herself and finds that she doesn't have the incurable disease.
After much discussion with both Hannah and Ephram, Amy decides to sleep with Ephram. They make plans to sneak away to the Abbotts' lake cabin, but the night of the event, Amy gets scared and changes her mind. Ephram is patient and says he doesn't mind. She has a change of heart and loses her virginity to Ephram the next morning after all. Around Christmas, Bright convinces Ephram to go see Madison's band play and he lies to Amy about where he was going. Madison wasn't there, but Ephram feels so guilty, he eventually apologizes. Amy is extremely upset and admits that while Ephram has rededicated himself to the piano, she has given up all of her hobbies and school activities to make time for her and Ephram's relationship. She tells him she willingly gave up these activities, but has now grown to resent him. Ephram agrees to try and make more time on his part and they make up.
Bright gets a job at the County Clerk's office with his mother, Rose. Never known for his monogamy, his promiscuity catches up to him when one young intern accuses him of sexual harassment. During the investigation, Bright maintains that she misunderstood his actions and does not admit guilt. Even though he is officially absolved of the accusation, Rose is embarrassed and hurt by the situation and realizes that her son has no respect for women. She fires him, but her profound disappointment is the worst punishment of all. Bright learns from the ordeal and attempts to be more honorable.
The third season also sees the arrival of a new, younger doctor named Jake Hartman, whom neither Harold nor Andy like very much, due to his over-zealous attitude. He takes up residence in Harold's former office. Meanwhile, Nina comes to terms with the fact she has feelings for Andy as she begins a romantic relationship with Jake.
Andy also decides to help a patient, John Hayes, recover from serious incapacitation caused by a stroke. Meanwhile, Andrew finds himself drawn to John's wife, Amanda, and realizes he may be developing feelings for her. He and Amanda avoid their feelings from each other for a while, but when they finally give into temptation, Andrew feels so much guilt, he develops a bleeding gastric ulcer. After he recovers, John gets admitted into a cutting-edge treatment program in which he will be sent away for an indefinite amount of time. Amanda and Andrew continue their affair until John inexplicably recovers from his stroke and Amanda opts to stay with her husband.
Ephram is granted an interview with The Juilliard School in New York City, where he serendipitously runs into Madison. Andy accompanies Ephram on the trip, attempts to reconcile with Madison, and urges her to tell Ephram the truth about her pregnancy. She eventually meets Ephram in a coffee shop and tells him the whole story, except Andy's knowledge of it. The baby has been put up for adoption with parents living in Marin, California. When Ephram tells Andy about the pregnancy, Andy tells him that he knew about it and asked Madison to keep it a secret. Ephram is livid and forfeits his Juilliard audition in an attempt to get back at Andy. Back in Everwood, Amy reluctantly agrees to help Ephram locate the baby and the adoptive parents, but the matter soon drives a wedge between, and they break up.
Rose is diagnosed with a cancerous tumor on her spine and must undergo chemotherapy, which proves to be initially unsuccessful. With some reluctance, Andy agrees to do the surgery to remove the tumor. Harold is incensed until the operation appears to be a success, and Rose slowly recovers.
Ephram, still disillusioned from his father having lied about Madison, decides to quit his studies altogether and backpack through Europe. He technically receives his diploma, but leaves before the ceremony. He sells his piano and all related musical equipment to pay for an airline ticket to London. Meanwhile, Amy graduates from high school and gets into Princeton University.
Jake and Nina agree to move in together and start a new restaurant business, purchasing the diner where Nina worked as a waitress until the owner sold the building. Jake vows to cut all ties to his former Los Angeles residence and lifestyle because his income in Everwood is substantially less, though his true motives may have been Nina.
Season 3 ends with Hannah getting a boyfriend for the first time, but she decides to break up with him because there is no chemistry and because she has a crush on Bright. Andrew considers taking a job as a surgeon in Chicago, but Harold and the others persuade him to stay in Everwood. Bright decides he really wants to date Hannah, who is thrilled to begin a relationship with him. Amy decides to defer her first semester at Princeton, so that she can help take care of her mother while she convalesces. Andrew, alone with Nina, confesses his true feelings for her and proposes a serious relationship, despite Jake being in the way.
Season 4 opens with Edna and her husband, Irving, planning a vow-renewal ceremony. Rose is recovering well, and Jake has moved in with Nina. Bright starts his second year at Everwood Community College and has moved into an apartment. A medical student, Reid, has caught Amy's eye and Amy convinces Bright to let Reid be his roommate. At the request of Delia, who desperately misses him, Ephram returns from Europe in time to attend the end of Irving and Edna's ceremony.
When Ephram returns, Andy tells him that he is welcome at home, but he will not pay Ephram's living expenses anywhere else. Ephram tells Andy to apologize for the Madison situation and that Andy "owes" him whatever he wants; their relationship continues to be strained. And doesn't want to damage Ephram and Delia's relationship, so he tells Ephram that he will pay him $50 for every dinner they eat together as a family. The plan seems to work, and sometimes, Ephram doesn't collect the money at all. Ephram starts his first semester at Everwood Community College with Bright who asks him to be a third roommate. Reid and Amy date casually. Ephram begins giving piano lessons to a high-school freshman, Kyle Hunter. Although talented, Kyle is sullen and difficult. By helping out Kyle, Ephram gains a new appreciation for what he put his own father through. Also, Andy has a patient who is estranged from his daughter because he kept a secret from her for her whole life. Andy asks Ephram to talk to the daughter about forgiveness and in the process, Ephram begins to let go of some of the resentment he felt towards Andy and their relationship continues to improve.
On a father/son camping trip with the Abbotts, Ephram reveals that he came back to Everwood because he is still in love with Amy, and Bright reveals that he might break up with Hannah because she doesn't believe in premarital sex. Back in town, Ephram asks Reid not to date Amy at all and he backs off. Amy and Ephram repair their friendship. Studying together late one night, they wind up sleeping together. Afterward, Ephram, wanting to repair their romantic relationship as well, gives Amy a Christmas present and reveals that he wrote her postcards while in Europe, but never sent them to her. She asks to take them home and read them, but later explains that she does not want to become romantically involved with Ephram again because she is trying to figure out her own identity.
Harold and Rose struggle to get past her illness. Despite her recovery, she loses her rebid for mayor of Everwood and feels lost and useless. After a vacation on an African safari, Rose tells Harold that she wants to adopt a child.
Nina and Jake's restaurant is doing well. Jake begins acting erratic and distant. When one of his visiting Los Angeles buddies has a serious biking accident, Jake is lost and stressed out. It is revealed that he is a recovering narcotics addict and he has "fallen off the wagon." When he finally tells Nina the truth, she kicks him out of the house and cries in Andy's arms.
Meanwhile, Irving has written a fictional book loosely based on his experiences in Everwood. The book, entitled "A Mountain Town," goes on to be a thundering success.
Although they seem quite mismatched, Bright and Hannah continue to date. Her father finally passes away and Hannah's mother lets her choose to move home or stay in Everwood. Hannah decides to stay. Bright is elated, but he is also frustrated at Hannah's low self-esteem and forces her to see that she is beautiful by locking her in the bathroom and refusing to let her out until she looks at herself in the mirror. Hannah takes it one step further and invites Bright into the shower with her.
Ephram learns that his old piano teacher, Will Cleveland, has died and attends his wake. Instead of a sad and somber event, it is a celebration of his life and Ephram is introduced to Will's family as his star pupil. They coax him to play a piece and it rekindles his love of the instrument. He re-buys a piano and he helps Kyle prepare for a Juilliard audition. Kyle is still moody, and Ephram often returns to the Brown home to talk to Andy about his struggles and practice his own playing. When he convinces Kyle to meet his absentee father and Kyle is stood up, Ephram confesses to Andy that he thinks about his own child all the time and was using his experience with Kyle to work through his feelings of guilt and irresponsibility. Ephram also tries to help develop Kyle's social skills, since he is always alone and awkward around his classmates. When Reid suggests Kyle might be gay, Ephram says he's too young, attempting to shield him from adversity. Kyle initially denies it as well, but eventually decides to come out. With their difficulties behind them, Ephram coaches Kyle successfully into Juilliard. After meeting a concert pianist, Ephram decides to transfer to Amy's college and major in music education. In addition, Ephram leaves Madison a voice mail, apologizing for his explosive reaction to their situation.
Bright breaks his hand trying to karate chop a piece of wood and wears a sling for several weeks. Hannah babies him incessantly and they have a minor spat. Hannah obsesses over their relationship and Bright runs into an old acquaintance, Ada (Kelly Carlson), an attractive blonde who once sold Bright and Ephram fake IDs. After a few beers together, he has a moment of weakness in judgment and lust and winds up sleeping with Ada. Ephram finds out, but Bright, although regretful, decides he isn't going to tell Hannah. Ephram disagrees and they stop speaking. Amy wheedles the truth out of Ephram and declares that if Bright doesn't tell Hannah, she will. Under pressure, Bright admits the truth and Hannah breaks up with him. She tells him she doesn't want him in her life at all, even as just a friend.
Reid begins to fail out of medical school and as a last-ditch effort, cheats on a test. He is caught and expelled, but pretends that everything is fine. Ephram finds Reid one morning on the bathroom floor unconscious after having taken an entire bottle of sleeping pills. Ephram feels immense guilt for not realizing that Reid was depressed. Upon recovery, Reid again tries to pretend that everything is just fine and asks Amy out on a date. It is predictably a disaster, and Amy tells Reid that she learned from Colin Hart's death that he has to deal with the things that made him try to commit suicide in the first place. Reid decides to move back home with his mother until he is fully recovered.
Harold and Rose's adoption is in the final stages when it is revealed that Harold lied about Rose's cancer on the admission forms. They lose their opportunity and are heartbroken. Rose develops a bruise on her back and convinces herself that her cancer has returned. At the same time, Bright drinks excessively at his 21st birthday party, still hurt by his breakup with Hannah, and stands on a chair at a bar. With his arm in a sling, he loses his balance and falls through a plate glass window. He is rushed to the hospital with a head injury. At the hospital, Rose shares her fears and Harold tells her that she is fine – the doctor called right before Bright's accident. Subsequently, both Bright and Rose make successful recoveries. A schizophrenic patient of Harold's is overwhelmed with her new baby and the sudden death of her husband. She panics and leaves the baby girl on the Abbotts' doorstep. After a half-hearted search for her, Harold and Rose apply for custody of the baby.
After returning from his book tour, Irving and Edna decide to buy an RV and travel the country. Just after purchasing it, Irving collapses from a second heart attack and dies. Edna maintains her usual tough persona until Harold confronts her on her erratic behavior. She confesses that she is overwhelmed with grief. Harold and Rose fix up a guest bedroom in their house and invite Edna to live with them, thus ending a years-long battle between mother and son.
Nina agrees to forgive Jake and take him back and he begins a variety of recovery programs, but is unsurprised when none of them work since they didn't in the past. He decides to start a recovery group in Everwood, then begins to design a program on his own. His old friends in Los Angeles are receptive to the idea, but they want him to move back. Jake asks Nina to come with him and she sells her house and agrees. Andrew, faced with the loss of Nina, impulsively buys Nina an engagement ring and shows it to Ephram, saying he simply needed to act on his feelings, even if he had no intention of asking her. At Irving's funeral, Ephram tells Nina about the ring, who tells Hannah, who convinces Nina to sneak in and look at it. Hannah ends up with the ring in her room and Jake finds it while packing. He confronts Andrew and Nina, and Nina insists that it means nothing. They make it to the airport when Jake realizes that he doesn't want to be with someone who is so unsure and boards the plane alone. Nina shows up back at the Browns, Sam in tow, as her house has already been sold. Andy takes a cathartic trip to New York to say goodbye to his late wife, Julia Brown, one last time before flying back to Everwood to propose to Nina on the very spot they met. She happily agrees.
After his accident, Hannah and Bright decide to be friends again but do not rekindle their relationship. She passes up a full scholarship to Notre Dame to attend Colorado A&M and stay in Everwood. The fate of Hannah and Bright's romantic relationship was left open.
Ephram meets Stephanie while hanging ads for a new roommate. She is feisty and fun with "no drama"; Ephram likes how refreshingly easy she is to be around. Delia invites her to her bat mitzvah and while there, a slightly tipsy Amy realizes she is still in love with Ephram. She struggles with this realization until she thinks of the exact best way to tell Ephram how she feels. Recreating a moment they shared during a festival soon after he first moved there, she enlists Rose's help in ordering a Ferris wheel, stationing it outside his apartment. With this as her backdrop, she confesses that all their problems are her fault and asks him to give her another chance at a relationship, without the drama. Ephram, having loved Amy since the day he met her, easily agrees to be with her again, and the season and series ends with Ephram and Amy embarking on a mature, adult relationship.
Everwood's series finale, which aired on Monday, June 5, 2006, was seen by 4.07 million viewers.
The final episode, "Foreverwood," was written as both a season and a series finale. Because of the impending WB/UPN merger into the CW Television Network, the future of the series was uncertain, and the producers wrote two endings: the aired version, as well as additional scenes where Madison showed up to cause some cliffhanger trouble. Originally, the producers had scripted a montage for the "series-finale cut" that went forty years into the future to show a majority of the gang at Andy's funeral — showing the series coming full circle; this was never filmed due to budgetary reasons as well as the producers' hopes that they would receive a fifth season.
Everwood was canceled in favor of a new show, Runaway, which Dawn Ostroff then canceled after only three episodes had been shown, and for a new season of 7th Heaven, which had just had its series finale. The finale of 7th Heaven had seven million viewers. Everwood had an average of four million viewers (which, if it was sustained, would have put it in the top 5 CW ratings for the following year).
Seasonal rankings (based on average total viewers per episode) of Everwood on The WB.
Season Timeslot Season premiere Season finale TV season Rank Rank Network Viewers
1 Monday 9/8c September 16, 2002 May 19, 2003 2002–2003 #124 #3/17 4.8  2 Monday 9/8c September 15, 2003 May 10, 2004 2003–2004 #109 #4/19 4.6  3 Monday 9/8c September 13, 2004 May 23, 2005 2004–2005 #117 #4/19 4.3  4 Thursday 9/8c (September 29, 2005 – December 8, 2005)
Monday 8/7c (March 27, 2006)
Monday 9/8c (April 3, 2006 – May 29, 2006)
Monday 8/7c (June 5, 2006)
September 29, 2005 June 5, 2006 2005–2006 #130 #6/19 3.6 
Treat Williams has also received two Screen Actors Guild award nominations (2003 and 2004) for his role as Dr. Andy Brown.
Warner Home Video has released all four seasons of Everwood on DVD in Region 1. The final three complete season releases contain extensive music edits. In Region 2, Warner Home Video has also released all four seasons on DVD in Germany and in the Netherlands.
In Region 4, Warner Home Video has released the first season on DVD in Australia.
DVD name Ep# Release dates Region 1 Region 2 (NED) The Complete First Season 23 September 7, 2004 September 15, 2010 The Complete Second Season 22 June 16, 2009 December 1, 2010 The Complete Third Season 22 June 15, 2010 February 9, 2011 The Complete Fourth Season 22 August 2, 2011 August 24, 2011
- "Lonely People" – Jars of Clay (popularized by America)
- "Trouble" – Kristin Hersh (popularized by Cat Stevens)
- "These Days" – Griffin House (popularized by Nico and Jackson Browne)
- "The Only Living Boy in New York" – David Mead (popularized by Simon and Garfunkel)
- "Summer Breeze" – Jason Mraz (popularized by Seals and Crofts)
- "Father and Son" – Leigh Nash (popularized by Cat Stevens)
- "The Harder They Come" – Guster (popularized by Jimmy Cliff)
- "Don't Be Shy" – Travis (popularized by Cat Stevens)
- "Operator (That's Not the Way It Feels)" – Toby Lightman (popularized by Jim Croce)
- "The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face" – Stereophonics (popularized by Roberta Flack)
- "Cathedrals" – Jump Little Children
- "Main Title Theme for Everwood" – Blake Neely
- "A Love Song" – Treat Williams (bonus track; popularized by Anne Murray)
In the United Kingdom, airings on terrestrial network ITV changed the name of the show to Our New Life in Everwood. ITV explained that their title is a more accurate description of the show. Three commercial breaks are inserted into each episode. This is the maximum allowed under European Union law. Series 4, aired on digital-only channel ITV3 from Saturday November 3, 2007. Re-runs on satellite and cable channel Living retained the original name. E4 began showing the series from the pilot from July 30, 2009 under its original name.
The series was first televised on the Nine Network in Australia in late 2005, in a 4pm time slot on Saturday afternoons. The show was taken off the air soon after Season 2 began, and returned in a daily time slot of 10am in January 2006. The show was again pulled from the schedule soon after Season 3 began. Season 3 was aired at 10am from January 1, 2007, and concluded early the next month with the Season 3 finale. After a long hiatus, Season 4 returned on Sunday afternoons from March 16, 2008 at varying times (2-3pm) in several states. The series was again put on hiatus after several weeks of shifting time slots with Gilmore Girls and various other shows.
Everwood has been played in New Zealand on TV2 since 2004, usually in the 5:30pm Sunday timeslot, season by season. Season 1 was also repeated weekdays in 2006. However, the latest season has been premiered at 2:00pm Sunday instead of returning to its usual timeslot.
- In Ireland, TG4 originally broadcast the series. In 2006 a new commercial service - Channel 6 - aired the series as part of their line up. In May, 2010 RTÉ One began repeating the series each morning at 8am.
- In Canada the network Vision TV is broadcasting repeats of the series.
- In Bulgaria the series is broadcast on Kanal 1.
- In Spain the series was broadcast on TVE1, and later on TVE2. At the time, on Clan TVE on the TDT (terrestrial digital TV).
- In South Africa the series is broadcast on SABC 3 at 17h00 on Sunday, Repeat 23h15 on Wednesdays. (Season 2 from May 2009)
- In Israel, The first two seasons were broadcast on Channel 2, and now all four seasons are playing on the Yes Stars Base and Hot 3 channels.
- In Estonia it was shown on Kanal 2 on Saturday afternoons.
- In Finland it is broadcast on MTV3 and the series finale aired in November 2006. Everwood has been played in Finland since 2003 on Thursdays at 8.00pm.
- In France the series is shown on Fox Life on Tuesday (1 episode).
- In Denmark the series is currently being repeated on TV3 Plus weekday afternoons.
- In Hungary the complete series was on weekdays on TV2 (04/10/2006-15/02/2007)
- In Norway the show used to be broadcast on TV3. It starts airing again on Viasat 4 on April 12, 2008.
- In Sweden The series is shown weekday mornings on TV3. It is nearly at the end of Season 4, the last episode aired on 4 January 2007.
- In Indonesia it was broadcast on TV7.
- It also began airing in Canada on September 9 at 8pm ET on VisionTV, with repeats on Mondays at 8pm and 12am ET.
- In Latin America and Brazil, the premiere episodes were shown on Warner Channel, and from the third season, the show was syndicated on the same network, and shown Saturdays and Sundays. All the seasons can also be seen on Warner Channel, Monday to Friday, in the mornings. In Brazil, it was also shown on SBT.
- In Croatia, Everwood is playing on RTL Televizija every working day around 13.00.
- In Thailand, it is broadcast on True Series.
- In Germany, it was playing on VOX from Monday to Friday at 7am and 1pm.
- In Poland, it is broadcast on TVP2 from Monday to Friday.
- In Greece the series is shown on Star Channel.
- In Austria Everwood is playing on ORF1.
- In South Korea it was broadcast on EBS.
- Also airing on multiple channels in Switzerland, on SF1 at 17.00 and then repeated on SF2 at 18:00.
- In the United States, Everwood was shown in reruns every weeknight at 6/5 central on ABC Family in Fall 2006. Everwood's series finale aired February 5, 2007. In an interview with Ohio's Akron Beach Journal, an ABC Family representative revealed the series would be re-run in Fall 2007. However, ABC Family later released its fall line-up and Everwood was not included.
- In Italy, the first three seasons of Everwood were played by Canale 5 from Monday to Friday at 7pm in the summer of 2005. Some weeks after the end the show, the episodes were repeated by Italia 1 at 8pm. In November 2006, the first two seasons were shown on Italia 1 in the mornings, two episodes a day. In December 2006 the third season was aired at 8pm. The fourth season was aired Monday to Friday. The series finale aired on Saturday January 20, 2007.
- In Portugal, on FOXLIFE on Thursdays at 21:45.
- In The Netherlands, it was broadcast on NET 5.
- In Belgium, it was broadcast on KANAALTWEE.
- In Romania, it was broadcast on Pro TV and on ProCinema.
- In Malaysia, it was broadcast on 8TV.
- In the Czech Republic the series is broadcast on CT1.
- In Slovenia it was broadcast on POP TV .
- In United Kingdom it is playing on E4
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- ^ Chicago Tribune – The Watcher
- ^ the futon critic – the web's best primetime television resource
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- Everwood at TV.com
- The CW's Dawn Ostroff on last minute decision to not renew Everwood
- On Everwood filming in Ogden
- A day on the Everwood set during the second season
- An extra's description of the last day of filming on the Everwood set
- "Everwood Music". Archived from the original on 2006-12-25. http://web.archive.org/web/20061225162856/http://www.everwoodmusic.com/. An archived website devoted to an episode-by-episode examination of the music used on Everwood.
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