Lincoln Heights

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  • TV-14
  • 2007
  • 4 Seasons
  • 7.8  (1,754)

Young adults and teenagers enjoy watching television shows that they can relate to. Most teenagers desire shows that star people their own age. They are exploring friendships, love and family just like the show Lincoln Heights. Police Officer Eddie moves his family back to his hometown. Eddie's family consists on Jenn(his wife), Cassie(oldest), Lizzie(middle), and Tay(youngest and only son). Lincoln Heights is far from how Eddie remembers it. It is now a very dangerous place for his family and everyone else. As a police officer, Eddie must deal with drug dealers, and gang members. He makes it his mission to get the streets of Lincoln Heights safe again one day. The town is torn between races that don't get along. His oldest daughter Cassie falls for the new white boy in town. Her parents start interfering right away. She continues to see him as she is in love with him. Each of Eddie's children must learn how to cope with leaving their old town and friends. Now they must learn to make new friends and this can be a struggle for each of them. Lincoln Heights is an excellent series for teenage children to take an interest in. Some young adults may relate to the situations in which the children have to face. Many kids around the world have to move away from friends to a new place. Making new friends can be very hard for some of them. Lincoln Heights will give them a sense of closure. Also, Lincoln Heights can prove that the color of the skin doesn't matter. It can show what to do in a situation where race is involved. Parents of the teenagers can watch as their children learn the value of friendship, family and teenage love. Parents will even enjoy watching the series with their children. Lincoln Heights is for viewers of all ages.

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Seasons
Lucky
10. Lucky
November 9, 2009
Charles tells Cassie he wants to join the army. Lizzie fights to keep the school musical from getting canceled.
The Gathering Storm
9. The Gathering Storm
November 9, 2009
Cassie tells Charles she wants to apply at NYC and Lizzie gets in trouble.
Bully for You
8. Bully for You
November 2, 2009
While Jenn awaits her test results, Cassie is invited to New York City for her birthday and Lizzie takes a dramatic turn.
Relative Unknown
7. Relative Unknown
October 26, 2009
R & B star Trey Songz hosts a singing contest in which Tay attends. Meanwhile, Jenn comes down with a strange illness, and Cassie discovers that Charles has not made any real plans for the future.
With You I Will Leave
6. With You I Will Leave
October 19, 2009
The Suttons receive a letter from Nate Ray. Cassie makes an attempt to get her mind off of Charles by going to a club. Lizzie and Andrew decide to deepen their relationship.
Trash
5. Trash
October 12, 2009
Eddie and Cassie go to help Charles when he realizes his new family isn't as great as he thought.
Time to Let Go
4. Time to Let Go
October 5, 2009
Charles and Cassie go in search of Charles' father, while Lizzie tries to help a boy in need but makes a shocking discovery.
Aftershock
3. Aftershock
September 28, 2009
Bishop comes back for revenge; and Charles finally makes a decision concerning the money he found.
Person of Interest
2. Person of Interest
September 21, 2009
As the real cause of Mac's demise becomes clearer, Cassie and Charles become targets of more police scrutiny. The bond between Nate Ray and Eddie has Tay feeling overwhelmed with resentment. Meanwhile, Lizzie makes a huge mistake.
Home Again
1. Home Again
September 14, 2009
In the wake of an earthquake, the Suttons decide whether to move or not. Meanwhile, Eddie becomes worried when the police question Charles and Cassie about Mac's death and an ill Tay is taken to the hospital.
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Young adults and teenagers enjoy watching television shows that they can relate to. Most teenagers desire shows that star people their own age. They are exploring friendships, love and family just like the show Lincoln Heights. Police Officer Eddie moves his family back to his hometown. Eddie's family consists on Jenn(his wife), Cassie(oldest), Lizzie(middle), and Tay(youngest and only son). Lincoln Heights is far from how Eddie remembers it. It is now a very dangerous place for his family and everyone else. As a police officer, Eddie must deal with drug dealers, and gang members. He makes it his mission to get the streets of Lincoln Heights safe again one day.

The town is torn between races that don't get along. His oldest daughter Cassie falls for the new white boy in town. Her parents start interfering right away. She continues to see him as she is in love with him. Each of Eddie's children must learn how to cope with leaving their old town and friends. Now they must learn to make new friends and this can be a struggle for each of them.

Lincoln Heights is an excellent series for teenage children to take an interest in. Some young adults may relate to the situations in which the children have to face. Many kids around the world have to move away from friends to a new place. Making new friends can be very hard for some of them. Lincoln Heights will give them a sense of closure. Also, Lincoln Heights can prove that the color of the skin doesn't matter. It can show what to do in a situation where race is involved. Parents of the teenagers can watch as their children learn the value of friendship, family and teenage love. Parents will even enjoy watching the series with their children. Lincoln Heights is for viewers of all ages.

Lincoln Heights is a series that is currently running and has 4 seasons (43 episodes). The series first aired on January 8, 2007.

Where to Watch Lincoln Heights

Lincoln Heights is available for streaming on the FreeForm website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Lincoln Heights on demand at Hulu, Apple TV, Freeform and IMDb TV.

  • Premiere Date
    January 8, 2007
  • IMDB Rating
    7.8  (1,754)