Netflix 'Virgin River' Season 3: Air time, how to watch, cast and all about romantic drama
Fans can heave a sigh of relief. 'Virgin River' has been cleared for Season 3 and it's hitting Netflix soon. The romantic drama, which has a cult following, will dabble with mystery in its third installment and we cannot wait for it.
The show has almost less than two weeks to premiere. In this time, you may catch up on the first two seasons or even binge similar shows such as 'The Tail of the Nine-Tailed', 'Riverdale', and 'It's Okay to Not be Okay'.
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Air time and how to watch
The streaming platform has 20 episodes of 'Virgin River' available. We will update the link to the third season, once it premieres on July 9, Friday. Unfortunately, you can only stream it on Netflix. For those who are not based in the United States, using a VPN will help your case.
Season 2 ended with quite the cliffhanger: Who shot Jack (Martin Henderson)? The fans have an endless list of suspects. While we are tempted to agree with most names, drug kingpin Calvin (David Cubitt) seems like someone with a smoking gun. For years, Jack has been the one who has gotten in Calvin's way. This could be his way of seeking revenge. Then again, he's got a lot on his plate to do the dirty work. Maybe, it was one of his drug-affiliated minions? Resident bad boy Brady (Benjamin Hollingsworth) joined Calvin's team and we have reasons to believe he's on the watch list.
"When I play the role, I try to dance that line of ambiguity between his intentional actions and actions he might have done out of resentment or anger. I want to leave the possibility open that it could have been him, because it is possible," Hollingsworth told TV Line this June.
'Virgin River' Season 3 will have everyone returning. Aside from Jack, Calvin, and Brady, Mel (Alexandra Breckinridge), Doc (Tim Matheson), Hope (Annette O’Toole), Preacher (Colin Lawrence), Ricky (Grayson Gurnsey), Charmaine (Lauren Hammersley), Lizzie (Sarah Dugdale), Joey (Jenny Cooper), Christopher (Chase Petriw), and Mike (Marco Grazzini) will reprise their roles.
The show has been praised by critics and fans alike. It is based on a book 'Virgin River novels' by Robyn Carr and was developed by Sue Tenney for the streaming site.
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