Everwood

Everwood

  • TV-PG
  • 2002
  • 4 Seasons
  • 7.4  (13,062)

Everwood was a heart-warming family drama that originally aired starting in 2002. World-famous brain surgeon Andy Brown (Treat Williams) has always toyed with the idea of giving it up and moving to a small town to open a general practice. After the death of his wife, he takes the plunge, moving to Everwood, Colorado with his two children, teenager Ephram and his younger sister, Delia. Upon arriving in town, Dr. Brown opens a small clinic in town, an act that is not appreciated by Dr. Harold Abbott, previously the town's sole physician for many decades. To add even more tension to their relationship, Dr. Brown offers his services free of charge - giving Doc Abbott's patients a real incentive to change doctors. Meanwhile, Ephram is a true New Yorker and a gifted pianist. From the beginning, his primary interest is leaving Everwood (and his father) as soon as possible to return to New York. As the only outsider in a tiny high school, Ephrem's "fish out of water" status as is solidified when he immediately clashes with the popular Bright Abbott, while developing a crush on Bright's sister, Amy. To make matters even more complicated, Amy is in a relationship with a Bright's friend, Collin - who happens to be in a coma due to an accident. Amy is torn between her feelings for Ephram and her loyalty to her childhood friend and first love. Over the years, the viewer sees these relationships mature, deepen, and solidify. The doctors slowly transition from open disdain to wariness to a begrudging respect to, finally, a real friendship. Ephram struggles to find his place in this small town while struggling with his desire to return to New York and the fact that he blames his father for his mother's death. The viewer also gets to watch eight year-old Delia grow up without a mother. Watching these characters grow and change over the course of four years, through all of the trials and tribulations that come with being a teenager (or raising one), is a real pleasure for the viewer.

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Seasons
Foreverwood (2)
22. Foreverwood (2)
June 5, 2006
While packing up her house and preparing to leave Everwood with Jake, Nina tells Hannah that she knows Andy bought an engagement ring for her. Hannah convinces Nina to sneak into the house while the Browns are out to get a look at the ring. Later, Jake finds out about the ring and confronts Andy once again about his feelings for Nina. At Delia's Bat Mitzvah, Amy watches Ephram with his new girlfriend Stephanie, and realizes her feelings for Ephram are still strong. When one of Harold's patients leaves her baby on the Abbott's doorstep, Harold wrestles with the right course of action while Rose immediately becomes attached to the little girl. After their house has been sold, Nina and Sam temporarily move in with the Browns. Wanting to take care of an unresolved issue in his life before he can propose to Nina, Andy takes a mysterious trip. Bright learns that Hannah has received a scholarship to Notre Dame and is devastated at the thought that she may accept it. Edna upsets Harold and Rose when she reveals her plans to leave Everwood. Delia is thrilled with Andy's belated Bat Mitzvah gift. Finally, when Amy tells Stephanie that she plans to tell Ephram about her feelings for him, Stephanie steps up her game to compete for Ephram's affections.
Foreverwood (1)
21. Foreverwood (1)
June 5, 2006
While packing to leave Everwood, Nina confides in Hannah that she knows Andy bought an engagement ring, and Hannah convinces her to sneak into the Brown's house to take a look at it. But when Jake finds out about the ring, he goes to confront Andy about his feelings for Nina. Meanwhile, after seeing Ephram with his girlfriend, Amy realizes that her feelings for him have never really gone away; a patient of Harold's leaves her baby at the Abbott's doorstep; Bright learns about Hannah's college plans; and Edna reveals her plans to leave to Harold and Rose.
Goodbye Love
20. Goodbye Love
May 29, 2006
Nina's struggle to figure out who he loves more between Andy and Jake takes new development when Ephram tells her his father bought an engagement ring. Memories brought back to Amy about Ephram and her, making her revaluate everything about each other. Learning about something he and his father are both involved, Andy and Gene wind up to have a long conversation about their feelings for one another. Figuring out not everything is lost, Bright and Hannah establish a new friendship.
Reckoning
19. Reckoning
May 22, 2006
Andy's father shows up shockingly at the Brown house after 15 years of absence. Bright gets drunk in his 21st birthday party and ends up getting rushed to the hospital after falling through a window. As she learns about the incident, Hannah leaves Nick to be with Bright. Meanwhile, Nina's decision to move to Los Angeles with Jake devastates Andy. Irv and Edna buy an RV to travel around the country after their retirement, but an unexpected tragedy cuts their retirement plans short.
Enjoy The Ride
18. Enjoy The Ride
May 15, 2006
Returning home, Reid, strangely cheerful, finds Bright miserable and dejected, then finally gets the courage up to ask Amy out. The date become quadruple when Amy gets Nick to make his move on Hannah. Meanwhile, Harold treats a schizophrenic pregnant woman, whose husband has a scary physical condition; and Delia asks Andy to postpone her Bat Mizvah because a friend is having their party on the same day.
All The Lonely People
17. All The Lonely People
May 8, 2006
Ephram finds Reid unconscious after overdosing on pills in a failed suicide attempt. Bright, feeling miserable after their breakup tries to fix things between him and Hannah. Meanwhile, Laurie suggests that Amy go to Washington D.C. for a conference, but when Amy meets Laurie's daughter, she re-evaluates her opinion of her professor; and Nina, struggling with her feelings for Jake, discovers that she still has feelings for Andy.
Truth...
16. Truth...
May 1, 2006
Ephram discovers the truth about what happened between Bright and Ada and wonders what he should do with the potentially devistating information. Irv's estranged daughter arrives at his book signing, much to the chagrin of Edna. Meanwhile, Reid gets devastating news from his advisor; Harold begs Andy not to tell the social worker from the adoption agency about Rose's cancer; and Amy tries to fix her friendship with Hannah.
The Land of Confusion
15. The Land of Confusion
April 24, 2006
Bright makes a mistake that threatens his relationship with Hannah; Kyle gets a Juilliard audition and Andy, knowing this news triggers feelings of regret in Ephram, encourages his son to try another music school; Nina tells Andy she wants to propose to Jake; and Amy reluctantly brings Laurie to her parents' house for dinner.
Across the Lines
14. Across the Lines
April 17, 2006
Andy and Jake's early morning get-together is interrupted when a drunk driver crashes into a pole in front of them. Later, Jake goes to the hospital in order to talk to the driver about addiction. Meanwhile, Amy introduces Hannah to her college friends, Reid has a serious talk with an academic adviser, and Harold meets a woman from Rose's cancer support group.
An Ounce of Prevention
13. An Ounce of Prevention
April 10, 2006
An eighteen-year-old girl comes into Andy's clinic to be checked for breast cancer because it runs in her family. When the results come in, the girl and her older sister, who has had a double mastectomy due to breast cancer, return to see them. Meanwhile, while out on a date, Bright and Hannah are forced to call Harold after something happens to the both of them and Kyle tells Ephram that he no longer wants piano lessons.
You're a Good Man, Andy Brown
12. You're a Good Man, Andy Brown
April 3, 2006
Andy goes to a Rabbi, Josh Stein, for help in planning Delia's Bat Mitzvah. Despite bringing back feelings about his own lost son, Ephram supports Kyle as his estranged father returns to town. Andy tries to get a date with a woman over the Internet, but is forced to postpone several times, including once to help Nina through an emotional crisis brought on by Jake's recovery. Meanwhile, one of Amy's college professors consults Harold about a medial procedure.
Lost and Found
11. Lost and Found
March 27, 2006
Ephram falls deep into a depression when he can't figure out his relationship with Amy. He only gets more depressed once he hears that Will Cleveland, his former piano teacher and mentor, has passed away. Bright tries to cheer him up, his style, by taking him to a college keg party, but Ephram doesn't respond to the girls hitting on him and decides to just play video games instead. After urging from a new professor, Amy decides to get involved with Planned Parenthood, but this creates a rift between her and Hannah when Amy tries to get her to volunteer as well. Meanwhile, Edna suffers a panic attack and Andy takes her to the hospital; Harold and Rose decide to adopt a child, but get caught up in the complexities of doing so; and Delia continues to grow more rebellious.
Ghosts
10. Ghosts
March 27, 2006
Amy and Ephram try to sort out their relationship and future after they sleep together. Jake and Nina's relationship hits a bump when Nina learns about Jake's addiction to prescription drugs. Andy re-examines his life after reading Irv's description of him in Irv's novel. Meanwhile, Amy meets a cool, new teacher at Colorado A&M and Ephram spends more time with Kyle.
Getting to Know You
9. Getting to Know You
December 8, 2005
Though still madly in love with Amy, Ephram, much to his chagrin, has become more of a "girlfriend" to Amy than a boyfriend. Their new-found friendship takes a romantic turn when they end up waking up together. Nina becomes suspicious of Jake's strange behavior, and begins to think that something is up when Jake's brother comes to Everwood. Meanwhile, Delia becomes friends with the popular girls at school; Bright tries to help Hannah's low self-esteem; and Rose breaks startling news to Harold.
So Long, Farewell...
8. So Long, Farewell...
November 17, 2005
Bright and Amy try to deal with Hannah leaving and each of them take her departure harder than they expected. Jake and Cliff, one of Jake's friends, go on a high-risk, high-skill level bike ride, but their excitement is cut short when the trip takes a near fatal turn. Meanwhile, after hearing about Jake's daredevil trip, Andy and Harold decide to go skydiving; and Reid pulls away from Amy at Ephram's request, leaving Amy even lonelier.
Pro Choice
7. Pro Choice
November 10, 2005
Hannah's mother arrives in Everwood to tell her daughter that her father has died, and Bright tries step up to help Hannah through this hard time. Ephram has a hard time dealing with Amy and Reid's new relationship while Andy has a hard time finding a kidney donor for a patient when the patient's daughter refuses to donate a kidney.
Free Fall
6. Free Fall
November 3, 2005
Wanting to fix Andy and Jake's friendship, Nina suggests that the men go to counseling to sort out their differences with a professional. Meanwhile, Andy tells Ephram that Amy might have a boyfriend; Rose deals with losing the mayoral election; and Ephram continues to learn the about the complications in Kyle's life.
Connect Four
5. Connect Four
October 27, 2005
While camping with Andy and Harold, Ephram reveals the real reason he came home. Back in Everwood, Bright considers a sexless relationship with Hannah when he learns that she doesn't believe in pre-marital sex. Amy becomes confused by Reid's actions when he invites her to go to a Halloween fundraiser with him; Edna and Jake square off over Jake's work ethic; and Ephram learns more about Kyle's life.
Pieces of Me
4. Pieces of Me
October 20, 2005
To make money, Eprham begins giving piano lessons to a Kyle, a 14-year-old piano prodigy, but the lessons stir up old emotions in Ephram. Meanwhile, Andy meets with a brain tumor patient and his wife; Delia tells Andy that she wants a Bat Mitzvah; and Harold and Rose deal with the stress of test results and the results of the Everwood mayoral election.
Put On A Happy Face
3. Put On A Happy Face
October 13, 2005
Amy, trying to adjust to college life and coming to terms with the fact that her crush, Reid, is gay, is thrown another punch when she learns that Ephram will be living with her brother and Reid. Nina and Jake try to move on with their lives after Nina makes her decision; and Bright and Eprham take Hannah to a party.
The Next Step
2. The Next Step
October 6, 2005
Andy is devastated when he learns that Ephram won't move back home but is going to live with Bright and Reid instead. Hannah begins to reconsider her relationship with Bright when he tells her about his "three dates and out" rule. Meanwhile, Nina and Jake open Sam's to a mediocre response from the town; Harold is suspicious of Andy when Andy leaves the clinic frequently throughout the day; and Ephram and Amy talk about their relationship.
A Kiss to Build a Dream On
1. A Kiss to Build a Dream On
September 29, 2005
As the season opens where last season's cliff-hanger left off, Nina is forced to choose between Andy and Jake, but will she pick the man she truly loves? At Delia's request, Ephram returns to Everwood just in time for a wedding. Meanwhile, Bright and Hannah see each other for the first time after a summer apart; Amy and Rose's relationship suffers due to Rose's cancer; and Amy falls for Reid, a medical student at her college.
Description

Everwood was a heart-warming family drama that originally aired starting in 2002. World-famous brain surgeon Andy Brown (Treat Williams) has always toyed with the idea of giving it up and moving to a small town to open a general practice. After the death of his wife, he takes the plunge, moving to Everwood, Colorado with his two children, teenager Ephram and his younger sister, Delia.

Upon arriving in town, Dr. Brown opens a small clinic in town, an act that is not appreciated by Dr. Harold Abbott, previously the town's sole physician for many decades. To add even more tension to their relationship, Dr. Brown offers his services free of charge - giving Doc Abbott's patients a real incentive to change doctors.

Meanwhile, Ephram is a true New Yorker and a gifted pianist. From the beginning, his primary interest is leaving Everwood (and his father) as soon as possible to return to New York. As the only outsider in a tiny high school, Ephrem's "fish out of water" status as is solidified when he immediately clashes with the popular Bright Abbott, while developing a crush on Bright's sister, Amy. To make matters even more complicated, Amy is in a relationship with a Bright's friend, Collin - who happens to be in a coma due to an accident. Amy is torn between her feelings for Ephram and her loyalty to her childhood friend and first love.

Over the years, the viewer sees these relationships mature, deepen, and solidify. The doctors slowly transition from open disdain to wariness to a begrudging respect to, finally, a real friendship. Ephram struggles to find his place in this small town while struggling with his desire to return to New York and the fact that he blames his father for his mother's death. The viewer also gets to watch eight year-old Delia grow up without a mother. Watching these characters grow and change over the course of four years, through all of the trials and tribulations that come with being a teenager (or raising one), is a real pleasure for the viewer.Everwood is a series that is currently running and has 4 seasons (89 episodes). The series first aired on September 16, 2002.

Everwood is available for streaming on the website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Everwood on demand at HBO Max, Amazon, Vudu, Microsoft Movies & TV, Google Play, Apple TV and IMDb TV.

  • Premiere Date
    September 16, 2002
  • IMDB Rating
    7.4  (13,062)