Hidden Palms

 Hidden Palms Network: The CW
Episodes: Eight (hour)
Seasons: One

TV show dates: May 30, 2007 — July 4, 2007
Series status: Cancelled/ended

Performers include: Michael Cassidy, Taylor Handley, Amber Heard, Sharon Lawrence, D.W. Moffett, Gail O’Grady, Ellary Porterfield, Tessa Thompson, Valerie Cruz, Leslie Jordan, Nic Limatola, J.D. Pardo, Kyle Secor, Marcus A. Huey, J.R. Cacia, Jacqui Allen, Melissa Foreman, Rita Kurtz, Sidney Malone, James Ray, David Sotelo, Cheryl White, Ronald Axell, Byron Browne, Steve Fox, Sheradan Hartman, Bob Huff, Marcus Jordan, Greg Joseph, Christina Leigh, Tara Nielsen, Roy C. Patterson and Jose Rosete

TV show description:      
A steamy drama from the mind of Dawson’s Creek creator Kevin Williamson. Johnny Miller (Taylor Handley) was a well-adjusted 15-year-old until his father (Tim DeKay) committed suicide one year ago.

After spending several months in rehab, Johnny, along with his mother Karen Hardy (Gail O’Grady) and new stepfather Bob Hardy (D.W. Moffet), move to the seemingly idyllic Palms Springs, California.

Once there, Johnny meets the enigmatic Greta (Amber Heard), creepy Cliff Wiatt (Michael Cassidy), and brainy Liza Witter (Ellary Porterfield) and learns that things in this community aren’t quite as perfect as they appear.


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  1. Tommy LeBLanc says

    CW should really bring back Hidden Palms. I recently found it on netflix and when I watched it I got addicted to it and wanted to keep watching it and when I watched the final episode and I couldn’t wait for the 2nd season but I got upset to find out it was canceled :( CW is gonna lose so much ratings if they r gonna put shows on tv then they cut them when they get good nobody is gonna watch CW anymore if they keep this up. Please bring Hidden Palms back.

  2. Jackie Perrigoue says

    I missed the final episode of Hidden Palms, and it still haunts me. Is there somewhere I can locate this to watch and/or purchase the series? Thanks.

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