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Is Army Wives Cancelled?

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So far, five seasons of the US drama series Army Wives, have been aired in the United States of America. According to internet rumors, a sixth season of the show has been confirmed, to air in late 2011 or early 2012, which will consist of 14 episodes. The drama series Army Wives first premiered on Lifetime Television in 2007. The success of the first season meant that the creator, Katherine Fugate, would go on to create further seasons of the show, airing in 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011.

The Army Wives show is based upon the non-fiction work by Tanya Biank, entitled Under the Sabers: The Unwritten Code of Army Wives. The show is shot at a number of locations, including the Charleston Naval Base in South Carolina, the city of Charleston, and the ABC studios. Army Wives follows four women and one man, who are all married to men and women enlisted in the Army. It covers the difficulties and troubles that can be encountered by those whose spouses are in the Army, and monitors their relationships with their families and other people in a similar position. The series takes place at "Fort Marshall", which is a fictional setting thought to be based upon Fort Bragg.

The drama series Army Wives has been nominated for a number of awards, including the Image Award for Outstanding Actress in a Drama Series, and the Prism Awards for Performance in a Drama Series Multi-Episode Storyline, and the Mental Health Depiction Award. Currently, the show and its cast have won a number of awards. These are the WIN Award for an Outstanding Drama Series in 2007, the Prism Commendation for Drama Series Multi-Episode Storyline in 2008, the ASCAP Award for Top TV Series in 2008, the Gracie Award for Outstanding Drama in 2008, and the Prism Award for Drama Series Multi-Episode Storyline in 2009.

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