After one season as a daily hour-long soap known as Binneland Sub Judice, the show reverted to a half-hour daily soap and changed names for a third time, to Binneland.
The name changed from Binneland Sub Judice to reflect the removal of the legal aspect of the show that dominated last season. The law firm RPK (Rossouw, Paulse and Knight Incorporated) was written out of the show so that it once more only focused on the Binneland Cinic.
Characters from RPK were still involved, with guest appearances and new storylines integrated with Binneland Clinic.
Most of the Season 6 cast returned for Season 7, with the notable exclusion of Michelle Botes, who left midway through the season in 2010 to resume her role on SABC3's Isidingo. Karl Thaning also left the show.
A major casting this season was the addition of former 7de Laan star Elma Postma as Bea Delport, a newbie who has difficulty being accepted by the Binneland crew.
Aside from Postma, the main credited cast members this season were:
Dr. Jennifer Adams (Sandi Schultz), Dr. Franz Basson (Dawid Minnaar), Dr. Conrad Bester (Hykie Berg), Dr. Dylan Fourie (Carl Beukes), Dr. Tertius Jonker (Reynardt Hugo), Dr. At Koster (Hans Strydom), Kallie Koster (Tobie Cronjé), Suster Elise Kruger (Lindie Stander), Stefanie Malherbe (Rolanda Marais), Dr. Quinton Meyer (Ramey Short), Toeks Müller (Franci Swanepoel), Suster Daleen Oosthuizen (Desiré Manthey), Warrick Paulse (Terence Bridgett), Yvette Stuurman (Michelle Pienaar), Suster Pippa Venter (Nadia Valvekens) and Suster Veronica Williams (Chantelle Gertse).
Due to the division of M-Net into two channels in April 2011 - M-Net Satellite and M-Net Terrestrial - the series was now broadcast on kykNET and M-Net Terrestrial. Season 7 thus did not air on M-Net Satellite, nor on M-Net HD.