'Chesapeake Shores' Season 5: Release date, spoilers and all about the Hallmark series
As the O’Brien family welcomes Bree home from London they ruminate on how the past two months have changed them all
When Hallmark's 'Chesapeake Shores' Season 4 ended, fans thought that was it. There were big moments that led viewers to think there wouldn't be another installment - Abby O'Brien-Winters (Meghan Ory) and Trace Riley (Jesse Metcalfe) kissed, and Jess O'Brien (Laci J Mailey) and David Peck (Carlo Marks) were engaged.
“It was to be a moment for the fans to have that closeness and have something they’ve been demanding all season, but to leave it up in the air, where the final kiss is going to take them,” showrunner Michael Berns told TV Insider. However, before we dig deep into the series, here is a list of Hallmark show and movie titles that you can binge on the side: 'Good Witch', 'When Calls the Heart', 'The 27-Hour Day', and 'Her Pen Pal'.
'Chesapeake Shores' season 5 will premiere on August 15, Sunday at 8/7c.
How to stream
If you don't have access to cable TV, subscribing to live TV streaming services such as Philo, Sling TV, Vidgo, and Fubo TV is an option. For those who don't live in the United States, using a VPN will allow you to watch the film.
Spoilers and cast
The official synopsis reads: "Following on the unexpected kiss between them at the end of season four, Abby (Ory) reflects on her relationship with Trace (Metcalfe) and what it means for her future. After insisting that their wedding take place in Chesapeake Shores, David’s (Carlo Marks) parents present Jess (Mailey) with a legal document that puts her on edge. Bree (Ullerup) returns from London fresh off the run of her play and receives an intriguing job offer that would reunite her with her high school nemesis. Unbeknownst to Connor (Francis), the law firm he’s now working for maybe representing a client who could be a major conflict of interest for the O’Brien family."
The Hallmark series is a Chesapeake Shores S5 Production Inc. production in association with Daniel L. Paulson Entertainment. Serving as executive producers are Dan Paulson, Matt Drake, Phoef Sutton, Nancey Silvers and Sherryl Woods. While Steve Kennedy, Ben Mallin, Mark Legan, and Brian Ross are co-executive producers. It's directed by Michael Robison and written by Phoef Sutton.
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